We’ve still got months to wait before the launch of Cyberpunk 2077 is developer CD Projekt Red is trying to get fans by the wait with more reveals. The most recent reveal for the game focuses on two characters that players will meet in their next adventure.
The game’s universe is filled with a bunch of odd and dangerous characters. Two of them are Mr. Goldhand and Mr. Jenkins. From the look of things, these two new characters are bad guys and big wigs in Night City, and V might have a run-in with them in the upcoming game.
Mr. Goldhand is a distinct character with a hand made of gold. He gives off an eerie vibe from him, and many fans are guessing that he’s going to be one of the antagonists in the game. It also seems like he will be a part of one of the game’s major corporations that influence Nighty City.
Mr. Jenkins, on the other hand, gives off a more subtle and intimidating aura. Like Mr. Goldhand, he seems like a part of a huge corporation. Looking at the image, Mr. Jenkins sports some implants on his head, which is a recurring theme in the game.
Whether these two characters work against V or work with him in Cyberpunk 2077 is entirely up for debate for now. Fans are just interested in learning more about these two new additions to the game’s growing cast of unique characters.
Apart from these two guys, Night City is also going to be filled with hundreds of NPCs that the developer worked hard to make it feel as alive as possible. There are also several factions that will rule the city so players will get to meet many amazing characters in the upcoming game.
Cyberpunk 2077 launches this November for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will have amazing features, including the unique Braindance mechanic and much more. As one of 2020’s most anticipated titles, fans are already excited to get their hands on the game, and hopefully, delays won’t be a problem anymore.
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