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McFarlane adds on to Cyberpunk 2077 line

Takemura joins McFarlane’s Cyberpunk 2077 action figure line, based on the upcoming CD Projekt Red game. Keanu Reeves’ Johnny is back too.


CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 continues to be two things; stunningly anticipated and unreleased. Thankfully it looks like that status will be coming to an end this November, as the publisher has finally settled on a release date. Cross your fingers that it’s not delayed again.

But while you wait for the game, you might have been picking up McFarlane Toys’ plastic translation of its characters. There’s already a make version of V, the main character, as well as two versions of actor Keanu Reeves’ Johnny Silverhand. One being a statue, and one a figure.

Well, now you can add a third Johnny to the collection. Technically though, I guess the new one isn’t really “new”. He’s a re-release of the wave 1 figure, but with new accessories. That’s something that McFarlane has been doing quite a bit lately.

Johnny Silverhand has returned with an all-new accessories; a Malorian Gun and Duffle Bag with Atomic Bomb. Based on the likeness of Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand, this 7-inch figure features Ultra Articulation for maximum action posing. Johnny is showcased in his iconic outfit from the Cyberpunk 2077 Video Game and Cyberpunk branded base.  MSRP $24.99.

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As for the second figure in the wave, it’s Takemura. You might be familiar with him already as he was in the latest trailer for the game.

The incredibly detailed 7-inch scale Takemura figure is inspired by CD PROJEKT RED’s upcoming video game — Cyberpunk 2077. Designed with McFarlane Toys’ signature Ultra Articulation featuring up to 22 moving parts for a full range of extreme posing and includes an SMG and Cyberpunk branded base.  The figure is releasing for in September 2020, but you can pre-order it now, so you don’t miss out. MSRP $24.99.

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