“Sh*t is going down in Dogtown”, says Keanu Reeves.


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Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will be even more dystopian than the base game, according to Keanu Reeves. The Johnny Silverhand actor gave us a little more insight into what we can expect from the expansion this September, promising that the new location, Dogtown, will be even darker than Night City.


This comes from the Xbox Showcase Extended, giving us a better look at some of the games that were highlighted during the main livestream on Sunday. Here, CD Projekt Red also explained some of the changes that Phantom Liberty will introduce in the base game, such as the overhauled police system and drastic changes to how we interact with cyberwar.

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Listen to Reeves himself below, as he takes us through the kind of atmosphere we can expect in Dogtown. Surprise, surprise, it’s not the friendliest place in the world.

Before Keanu Reeves took the stage, we also heard from quest director Paweł Sasko. Here, he confirmed reports that Phantom Liberty is overhauling a whole bunch of base game features, making cyberware far more important and seemingly making cops an actual threat.

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