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We cant wait to get our Silverhands on them 

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It's finally sunk in for most of us that we won't be getting Cyberpunk 2077 for a few months now thanks to the delay, but that hasn't stopped us from picking up merch while we anticipate its release. To that fact, the first wave of Cyberpunk 2077 Funko Pops has been unveiled, and they're pretty cool.

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Which Pops are coming?

According to the London Toy Fair reveal, it appears that we'll be getting two variations of Johnny Silverhand, and in addition, we could see two versions of a male and female V. 

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Keanu Reeves chilling out and kneeling down (the more intoxicating choice) is the first variant, the second is Reeves wearing sunglasses and wielding two pistols (my personal and more menacing preference).

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Whichever Pop you choose, Johnny Silverhand shows off a cocked eyebrow and reveals his robust physique, as well as, you guessed it, his silver hand.

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The two versions of V, on the other hand, have been designed with the promo artwork and trailers in mind. Male V takes the appearance from the game's cover art to sport the iconic Cyberpunk jacket, whereas the female V variant wears an asymmetrical bob. The Cyberpunk 2077 McFarlane action figures only offer a male version of V, so it's nice to see both being offered in Pop form.

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Fun fact: the newly unveiled Funko Pops are set to release on what would have been Cyberpunk 2077's release date, April 6th, 2020. Of course, as we're now well aware, the game has had its release pushed back several months to allow time for "playtesting, finishing, and polishing." to CD Projekt Red. So exploring Night City on April 6th might not be happening, but at least we have the option of a 'Breathtaking' Pop figure of Reeves, right!?

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We're only into the first quarter of 2020, but its already hotting up for the games industry, some exciting next-game capabilities coming up, attractive Funko Pops, and a few game delays that we're perhaps not so pleased about. What's coming next? I'm not sure I need to know that.

 

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