A fan of Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red creates a stunning life-size replica of one of the game’s most iconic talking handguns.
While the action role-playing video game has received a lot of criticism for its mismanaged launch, saying gamers can’t get enough of it. Cyberpunk 2077 The fused dystopian and neon aesthetic would be a bit of an understatement. As CD Projekt Red slowly corrects the title with numerous updates, fans have created exquisitely detailed details Cyberpunk 2077 cosplays to do while waiting.
From pistols to light machine guns, what separates the sandy streets of Night City from the high fantasy paths cracked by the sun of Skyrim is firepower. However, among all the typical hardware “essentials” checkboxes that appear in Cyberpunk 2077, a memorable weapon managed to stick with gamers even after putting the controller down, and for good reason too. Skippy is one of Cyberpunk 2077 the most popular weapons, not only because they deal massive damage, but because the handgun actually speaks to the user using their unique weapon AI.
Today, a talented fan and his 3D printer took Skippy from fiction to reality. The article itself was printed and featured on Reddit by ShallowNihilism, but originally modeled by Juri Pranjic and made available through his Patreon. Although it should be noted that while this version of Skippy cannot speak to the user, begging him to remove from the Voodoo Boys, she still looks like Cyberpunk 2077is the model in play.
The weapon displays a crimson and white finish, accompanied by a large, bold yellow barrel. Closer inspection reveals that the part even includes the main fire trigger mechanism, which is often excluded from routine fan work due to the precision and resources involved in the production process. Details like this make it one of the few replicas of recent times that can be compared to FranklyEverything’s legendary real-life. Call of Duty Cold War Ice Drake Krig 6, in terms of scale and presentation.
In short, it is clear that an exceptional amount of time, detail and effort has gone into the reproduction of this chatty gun. Details such as the “HJKE-11 Yukimura” workmanship engravings under the Skippy paint job are the little touches that make the rendering surprisingly impressive Cyberpunk 2077 cosplay prop much more than just eye candy.
Overall, despite the fact that Cyberpunk 2077 is always filled with groundbreaking issues, creations like this prove that there are players ready to pay homage to the game in a variety of creative ways. Still, whether it’s upcoming fixes or free DLC, it’ll be interesting to see what CD Projekt RED has to offer in return for these loyal fans.
Cyberpunk 2077 is out now on PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One.
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