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PS5 : Cyberpunk 2077 releases two trailers with unreleased gameplay and new details

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CD Projekt RED has launched two new trilers Cyberpunk 2077, its ambitious new first-person sci-fi title that will be released on December 10 both in Spain and in the rest of the world. The videos published by the Polish studio show new scenes from the game, one with exclusive gameplay and another dedicated to Johnny silverhand, the character played by Keanu Reeves.

The first video shows more than five minutes of official gameplay Cyberpunk 2077, an extensive trailer that reviews the main features of CD Projekt RED’s futuristic role-playing game: from the city, Night city, up to customizing V, our character. The skill tree, weapons and tools, play styles, decisions and even hobbies that we can carry out in the game.

As you can see, this complete video also delves into the plot of Cyberpunk 2077, revealing new details of the story, the characters and their backgrounds and motivations. In the gameplay available on these lines, new scenes, enemies and characters that had not been seen until now are seen.

Johnny Silverhand stars in the second Cyberpunk 2077 trailer

In addition, there is also talk of Johnny Silverhand, the character played by Keanu Reeves, who we will see in the game turned into a kind of cybernetic entity that lives in the brain of V, the protagonist of Cyberpunk 2077. Silverhand’s role will be key both in the game and in the motivations of our character, that is why today has also presented a video dedicated exclusively to.

This batch of new content arrives as part of a new Night City Wire published on the same day that Cyberpunk 2077 should have been released, but a last-minute delay has postponed the premiere of this long-awaited title until next month.

That’s why Cyberpunk 2077 It will go on sale next December 10 on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Stadia, while its version for new generation consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, will not be available until later. That is, to be fully playable on both consoles through their backward compatibility, allowing free upgrade when next-gen upgraded version is released.