CD Projekt Red has dropped three new trailers for their highly anticipated upcoming game Cyberpunk 2077 show some gun gameplay and plot of the title. But the most interesting video (for me) was the behind-the-scenes scene showing the legendary Swedish heavyweight punk band Declined to compose new songs for the game as the fictitious Samurai band. If you̵7;ve followed the news about Cyberpunk 2077, you probably know that Samurai is band by Keanu Reevescharacter Johnny Silverhand, made this news 100 times more exaggerated.
All videos are featured on the latest episode of Night City Wire, an ongoing YouTube series by CD Projekt Red that details Cyberpunk 2077 in the months leading up to this November release. And if you’re not a fan of the Swedish hardcore genre, don’t worry – there are lots of cool things about the gameplay to take your eyes off. The first video, titled “The Way of Life”, teases the three different storyline options you have when creating V version, the main character of the game. Do you want to be a lucky city kid, growing up amidst the scum of Night City? Or a nomad, living in the desert outside the city in a relatively more peaceful environment? You could even choose to be a celebrity of the company, getting caught up in the deadly cat-and-mouse games of industrial espionage. Every path looks interesting in its own right, and I cry over the hundreds of hours time limit, I might dive into every possible story when I finally embark on this unfinished game. .
The second video, “Tools of Destruction”, showcases Cyberpunk 2077’s impressive arsenal of weapons. In addition to the expected arsenal, you’ll be able to kill your enemies with a number of different melee weapons (such as heat katana) and some scary cyber enhancement. (I’m installing fun and creepy mantis claws on my character as soon as I’m given the option to do so.) Not because the guns look boring – they’re so impressive with the needles. Futuristic gun with a number of tantalizing shooting modes, including what appears to be a miniature missile launcher and a truly just shotgun.
You can watch all three videos below. For more on the coolness of video games, check out our list of the best Nintendo Switch titles you should play.