At E3 this year, Keanu Reeves walked out on-stage to reveal that he’ll be appearing in upcoming dystopian RPG game Cyberpunk 2077 as Johnny Silverhand. It already looks like he’ll have a pretty big part in the game, with more dialogue than any other NPC in Cyberpunk 2077, but now it seems that his time in the game was possibly doubled from the original plan, reportedly because Reeves enjoyed being a part of the game so much. As spotted by Wccftech, journalist at TGCom24, Gian Luca Rocco, recently spoke to Luca Ward, a long-time Italian dubber of Reeves, at the 2019 Lucca Comics and Games convention. According to a post by Rocco on Facebook, it appears that Reeves reportedly enjoyed the game so much that he asked developer CD Projekt Red to (translated on the site) “double the presence of his character” in the game. This reportedly meant that Ward’s hours “in the recording studio” for Cyberpunk 2077 were also then doubled. Though it doesn’t appear confirmed by the actor or studio yet, it might not be a huge surprise given that earlier this year CDPR’s CEO Marcin Iwinski said that, Reeves “is number two character in terms of lines of spoken text,” which took “something around 15-ish days of voice recording in the studio, so it’s huge”.
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