Cyberpunk 2077 Fan Constructs the Quadra V-Tech in Real Life Entirely from Foam
Check out the talented GoryashchiyeKlyuchi as they build the Quadra V-Tech from Cyberpunk 2077 to full scale using foam.
It’s pretty clear that 2020 is going to be an exceptional year for gaming. We have The Last of Us Part II making an appearance on February 21, closely followed by Watch Dogs: Legion on March 6, not forgetting Dying Light 2, Halo Infinite, Gods & Monsters, and a heap of other exciting titles that will most certainly leave us all eating beans for the rest of the year. To make matters worse for our wallets, Cyberpunk 2077 is just over 6 months away and in the run-up to its release, we have seen some exciting developments that include Michal Zebrowski, from the very first Polish Witcher TV series, will be lending his voice to the title and news from CD Projekt Red on how The Witcher 3’s DLC influenced the developers plans for Cyberpunk 2077′s DLC.
That’s quite a lot of information to take in all at once, but to add to the hype already surrounding this game – I’d like to introduce you to GoryashchiyeKlyuchi from Russia who has crafted with his own fair hands, the Quadra V-Tech car from Cyberpunk 2077 from foam. Yes, you heard that right – foam and it looks pretty amazing. Thankfully, he has created an entire video on how he went about building the Quadra V-Tech just in case you might want to create your own…maybe?
GoryashchiyeKlyuchi starts out his project by constructing a wooden framework which acts as the main anchor that he will then sculpt the car around. The foam pieces of the Quadra V-Tech have been cut to real-life size and laid out in a jig-saw style waiting to be carefully glued onto the framework, making sure everything is level and in the correct spot. As with any project, things don’t always go to plan and GoryashchiyeKlyuchi found himself having difficulties with the right-hand panel of the door – but being a true professional, he managed to eventually sort it with the universal ‘fixes every damn thing’ masking tape.
The video is fascinating to watch and strangely therapeutic as you witness someone assemble something from nothing and the lengths they go through to make it work. He finishes the video with an amazing foam replica of the Quadra V-Tech and plans on making another part to show the complete project, all painted and primed.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 16, 2020, with the game also to arrive on Google Stadia in the future. In the meantime, you can preorder the game now over on Amazon.