Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be (Hopefully) Getting This Sweet Motorcycle

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be (Hopefully) Getting This Sweet Motorcycle

It seems like players might be able to get their hands on this sweet red motorcycle in Cyberpunk 2077. But can you customize it?

CD Projekt Red’s Global Community Manager Marcin Momot recently updated his Twitter status with a single Cyberpunk 2077 related image of a glorious red motorcycle. The bike itself sports several decals which do absolutely nothing to detract from its beauty:

https://twitter.com/Marcin360/status/1152203486777528321

As a few fans in the comments section have pointed out, the bike has a strong resemblance to the famous one driven by Akira‘s protagonist Kaneda. Here’s an iconic image of said motorcycle for comparison:

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be (Hopefully) Getting This Sweet Motorcycle

While it hasn’t officially been confirmed that the bike will be available for players in Cyberpunk 2077, I’m sure Momt wouldn’t be so cruel as to tease this wonderful machine only for us not to have access to it once the game drops. And if is in, hopefully the game itself will allow for some customization. I know I would love to make it look that much closer to bike from Akira.

Earlier this month high resolution images of Cyberpunk 2077 were released as well, as part of a cosplay guide to coincide with the cosplay contest still ongoing. A lore book has also been announced; the hardcover book will be 200 pages long and it’s currently up for preorder on Amazon. Additionally, it’ll be available on Kindle for $19.99. The book will let readers learn more about the characters and history in the game.

And in gameplay mechanics, hardcore mode in Cyberpunk 2077 will strip away the UI along with other elements according to the game’s UI coordinator. In addition, it has been confirmed by the development studio that players cannot kill story NPCs or children in the game, although some quest giving NPCs are still up for grabs.


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