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Cyberpunk 2077 action figures include miniature Keanu Reeves

(Image credit: McFarlane Toys)

The latest addition to the rapidly growing stable of Cyberpunk 2077 (opens in new tab) merchandise is a suite of action figures from McFarlane Toys. You've got three to choose from: 7" Johnny Silverhand (opens in new tab), 12" Johnny Silverhand (opens in new tab), or a 7" male V (opens in new tab) based on the crew cut-sporting version of the customizable protagonist seen in some of the game's more recent trailers. No female V, though. There's technically a fourth 7" Johnny Silverhand (opens in new tab) which comes with different accessories - trading a guitar and bottle for a gun and sports bag - but that's a hair I can't be asked to split.

All of these figures sport 22 moving parts, allowing you to customize their pose and stance considerably. That's right; you too can build your ideal tiny Keanu Reeves. Truly, 2020 is a magical time. Or at least it will be once these figures are released this spring, presumably on or near Cyberpunk 2077's April 16 release date. They're up for pre-order now if you're dead-set on filling your shelves with cyberhunks. 

At this point, Cyberpunk 2077 is practically a movement. It's got a prequel board game, an official card game (opens in new tab) (which isn't Cyber-Gwent, sadly), a snazzy SteelBook collection (opens in new tab), and now action figures. It may or may not contain ugly cybertrucks (opens in new tab). Someone turned it into a PS1 RPG (opens in new tab). And yes, it's been recreated in Minecraft (opens in new tab) - the truest sign of a cultural phenomenon. All we need now is the damn game and we'll have the full set, and from what we've seen, it'll be worth the wait. Cyberpunk 2077 could well be an early GOTY contender.

The amount of Keanu Reeves in Cyberpunk was doubled at the request of Keanu Reeves (opens in new tab).  

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