Cyberpunk 2077 Inspired Scene Assembled Entirely in Minecraft and the Results Are Incredible

Cyberpunk 2077 Inspired Scene Assembled Entirely in Minecraft and the Results Are Incredible

Amazingly intricate Cyberpunk 2077 scene built in the world of Minecraft.

We are currently almost three weeks away from Cyberpunk 2077‘s release date and already we’ve been inundated with news and rumors. You may have heard the word of the streets that Dr. Disrespect could have some kind of cameo in the upcoming title when he tweeted that he had something in the works regarding CD Projekt Red’s newest game and also tech news on how the devs implemented facial animations and lip-sync techniques but as we get down to the brass tacks, it’s the community behind Cyberpunk 2077 that tends to be the most interesting. With incredible fan art pieces and cosplay displays, the Cyberpunk fans are bursting with talent. To support this, take a look at this amazing Cyberpunk 2077 scene put together in the world of Minecraft.

Reddit user Deltagon has once again been a busy bee as they’ve crafted yet another amazing construction in Minecraft. You may have seen Deltagon’s other build that included a Cyberpunk slum that took them 60 hours over a 2 week period to produce where they used a combination of Blender and a program called Mineways to convert the builds into OBJ files. This time, however, Deltagon took inspiration from Cyberpunk 2077’s night city and created beautiful neon-lit towers that they called ‘Cloud City’. As you can see from the image below, the entire scene is utterly crazy to look at and also to believe that this was built in Minecraft but if you look closely, you can certainly see the tale-tell signs of the blocks used. Deltagon’s city is connected by futuristic bridges, fast food outlets and hotels but not only that, check out that gorgeous lighting used that brushes against the sides of the claustrophobic buildings.

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When asked in the comment section how they did the neon lettering take, Deltagon replied “I rendered the build in Cinema 4D. All the neon signs, lighting and clouds are added in there.” Posed with another question about how long it takes to complete this structure and if it serves for any kind of gameplay benefit, they stated that it “takes anywhere from a week to 2 months usually, depending on motivation and how much planning is required. These don’t really have any gameplay purposes as that would take like 3 times longer to make.” Deltagon has a whole page dedicated to their impressive renders so head on over here and check that out. Also, when you get the chance, you can follow them on Twitter, too.

In some other Cyberpunk 2077 news, Detroit: Become Human‘s Bryan Dechart and Amelia Rose Blaire will be lending their voice talents to the upcoming game alongside one of its headlining stars Keanu Reeves, other well-known celebrities and guests such as Grimes and Alanah Pearce have been confirmed to be portraying characters in the game. If you’ll be giving the game a go on PC, you will be pleased to hear that Nvidia’s streaming service, GeForce Now, will allow all Cyberpunk 2077 owners to play it through the company’s streamable high-end PCs as of November 19.

Cyberpunk 2077 will release for PS4Xbox OneGoogle Stadia, and PC on November 19, 2020, followed by its next-gen versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X/Series S at a later date.