Cyberpunk 2077's Next Night City Wire Stream Is All About Keanu Reeves

You can look forward to a deep-dive on Johnny Silverhand and some of the music you'll hear around Night City.

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November 19 should've been a big day for CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077, but after a last-minute delay you'll have to wait a few more weeks to get your hands on the open-world role-playing game. Instead, you can look forward to getting possibly your final glimpse of the game before it hits shelves. (Read our Cyberpunk 2077 review to see what you can expect.)

In its fifth entry in the Night City Wire series of streams, CD Projekt Red is diving into the character Johnny Silverhand, played by the breathtaking Keanu Reeves. Given Silverhand's origins in cyberpunk rock, the stream will also touch on some of the game's soundtrack and more.

One of the reported reasons for Cyberpunk 2077's original delay from September to its previous November date was performance on the oldest consoles it supports, with the Xbox One and PS4 versions supposedly needing more work. CD Projekt Red didn't directly respond to that report, but still hasn't explicitly shown footage of the game running on those consoles.

Cyberpunk 2077 has a lot going on with its several districts, trio of character prologues, and different styles of play. It's also dense with existing lore that might be useful to catch up on before launch, which you can easily do with our running Cyberpunk 2077 series of lore deep-dives.

Cyberpunk 2077 launches on December 10 for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Google Stadia. It will be playable on Xbox Series X, Series S, and PS5 through backwards-compatibility, with next-gen specific patches coming later in 2021.

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