There's a longstanding tradition of LEGO fans creating custom kits that deserve to be real products, and today we've seen one that will absolutely delight Cyberpunk 2077 fans. It's a brick-based Night City that would surely fly off the shelves!
It makes a nice change of pace to report on a pleasant story relating to Cyberpunk 2077, after an onslaught of negative column inches followed the game's highly troubled launch.
If you scroll down a little bit further, then, we'll explain everything you need to know about this fan-made Cyberpunk 2077 Night City LEGO kit...
Everything you need to know about the Cyberpunk 2077 Night City LEGO Kit
The Night City LEGO kit was posted on the Reddit LEGO community by a user called Legofin, who wrote in their caption, "Spent 3 years making a Cyberpunk City, hope it's less of a disappointment than CP2077".
The post has garnered 12,000 upvotes at the time of writing, with 667 comments and counting. So it's fair to say that this is a very popular post, and a product that a fair few people would probably be interested in buying if they could.
Below you can see an image of the whole kit, in all its glory. There are heaps of awesome details in there, like the Arasaka HQ and the Atari logo, with the flying police vehicle being a particular favourite of this writer.
Will the Cyberpunk 2077 LEGO kit be available to buy?
There is a precedent for fan-made LEGO kits to get turned into proper products. That's what the official LEGO Ideas project is all about - it's a website where people can show their support for fan-made kits, and LEGO tends to take note of the most popular ones. However, getting one made based on a pre-existing intellectual property is never easy.
At the time of writing, Legofin has not posted his Night City build on LEGO Ideas. In fact, as you can see in the screenshot below, Legofin is thinking about submitting smaller vehicles to LEGO Ideas, rather than barging in on CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 IP.
However, if you fancy getting a closer look at Legofin's Night City build and picking up some free instructions on how to recreate certain bits of it, you'll want to head over to Legofin's Instagram page.
Yep, Legofin has been kind enough to share a lot of behind-the-scenes details of the LEGO Night City kit. So even though you can't buy it, you can have a go at learning from the master and making your own version!
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