Cyberpunk 2077 concept art styles released

CD Projeckt Red have released four images which show different styles of character and location found in Cyberpunk 2077, along with a description of what they represent within the game. The first is called Entropism.

The look of poverty that derives from humans grappling with and struggling against technology and its unforgiving advance. It denotes a lack of design blending with a general poverty of means and ideas. Necessity Over Style.

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Next up is Kitsch.

The look of a long lost golden age on people entirely unwilling or unable to forget it. It’s flashy, bold and usually cheap – filled with gold-plated cyberware, implants encased in brightly colored plastic and larger-than-life makeup. Style Over Substance

The third style is called Neomilitarism.

The look of global conflict and corporations jockeying for power. Cold, sharp and modern. Making everyone look as if they are ready to drop out of an AV’s cargo door and head straight into combat. Substance Over Style


Finally, we have Neokitsch.

The look of infinite wealth and vanity. Synonymous with luxury, it has been blossoming among Night City’s wealthiest elites – those who can afford to buy anything, who can afford to be anything they want to be. Substance And Style

Which style are you? Clearly I’m going to be Neokitsch and have a cybernetic leopard on a leash.

During E3 it was revealed that Keanu Reeves will be playing Johnny Silverhand in the game. Johhny was in a rock band called called Samurai but CD Projekt Red have used an unnamed rock band to do the music and sadly Keanu will not be providing any vocals. “No, they don’t want me to sing,” Reeves confirmed to IGN. Silverhand appears in the game as a hologram and has almost a as many lines as the players character, V.

We went hands on with Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 last week and you can read all about that here.

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1 Comment

  1. A bit from all of them, I think. They’re all great! :-)

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