Cyberpunk 2077 Trailers

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On this page, you will find a full list of the trailers and videos for Cyberpunk 2077 since the game's first announcement, up to the release trailer.


Teaser Trailer

There are currently 7 trailers available for Cyberpunk 2077, with the first teaser being released in January, 2013 and acting as the first announcement for the game.

E3 2018 Trailer

The second trailer came in June, 2018, at E3 and featured the first proper glimpse at both the gameplay and setting of the game.

E3 2019 Trailer

The third trailer released once again at E3 the following year, in 2019, and received an extremely positive reaction. It featured multiple notable characters, including Jackie Welles, Dexter DeShawn, and most importantly, Johnny Silverhand, played by Keanu Reeves. Viewers saw a glimpse of what combat as a Solo might look like, with the cinematic V showing off melee combat moves, as well as the power of a Netrunner, who attempts to stop V.

The Gig Trailer

The fourth trailer released in June, 2020, under the title "The Gig". It featured far more gameplay footage than the 2019 trailer, showing the relationship between V, Jackie, and multiple other characters.

Johnny Silverhand Trailer

The next trailer focused on Johnny Silverhand, played by Keanu Reeves, and the problems V encounters after finding the biochip. It was released in November, 2020.

Official Gameplay Trailer

The second-last trailer we saw was the official gameplay trailer, which gave us a glimpse at a number of previously un-seen areas, such as Japantown, as well as a better understanding of how the class and skill system works.

Release Trailer

The final launch trailer released just days before the release of the game and it highlighted much of what we see after Act 1 finished, unlike the previous trailers. It also seemed to show the struggle of V in Night City and the difficulties you will face, rather than simply highlighting cool-looking combat scenes throughout the game. It was a different style of trailer than we had seen previously, with a voice-over from one of the dolls V has to visit during Act 2, where V opens up about the struggles they have been facing in recent times.