Keanu Reeves cyberpunk appearance is not the only cool thing about the game. So I did some shallow googling before making this Cyberpunk 2077 art collection, to find out that the game has been in the development for about 7 years plus some extra months of adding the last touches. I really enjoyed The Witcher series, so this release seems to be promising as well. Especially with my love of sci-fi art.
The joy of watching teasers and trailers is in their ability to poke the imagination for a motley crew of fan illustrations, anticipating the plot, character’s appearances in diverse outfits, or the remakes of the actual figures in some radically different style. Well, the game is finally out and the fans all over the world love and hate it at the same time. Let’s get past the technical issues and admire the aesthetics of precious Cyberpunk 2077 concept art, depicting the futuristic sci-fi scenery and ingenious characters.
Retrofuturism Around Every Corner
There’s so much been said and shown about sci-fi and cyberpunk in general, I grew tired of constant Hotline Miami or Blade Runner references. Let there be a safe zone in this Cyberpunk 2077 art, where the one can truly enjoy the beauty of new city landscapes presentation and futuristic cars (sorry, but some of the familiar images have slipped in). Although one thing keeps entering my mind when looking at illustrations like these: why there are always pink and purple shades in almost every neon art? So grateful for the yellow-themed main poster for the game.
Style Meets Technologies
There are always many questions about this vision of the future, not only in this Cyberpunk 2077 art but in general. I’ll allow myself to be a bit cynical assuming that in this exact time of the upcoming technology generations, things will be less attractive and more functional. Right now it’s just entertaining to see this heavy-looking machinery embedded in the spring light coats. Nitpicking alert! Let this not disguise your experience of admiring Cyberpunk 2077 concept art images.