CD Projekt Red's upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2077 has been gradually expanded to everything from comics to anime features, and the latest addition will certainly go well with the former.
The 15-inch figurine is, of course, hand-painted, and depicts two members of the Elite Response Unit, which you'll see plenty of in Cyberpunk 2077. The figurines are courtesy of Sideshow Studio , a miniature specialist whose expertise earned them quite a few contracts with industry bigshots, quite rightfully so.
Trauma Team International are Cyberpunk 2077's medical response team and one of the most powerful in-game corporations, whose swift response times are only matched by their lethality.
As devoted to saving your life as they are to eschewing the Hippocratic oath, Trauma Team's personnel are a seriously pricey commodity, but one the customers are glad they paid when they find themselves in life-threatening situations.
"Overdose, bullet wound, or unfortunate accident — or even all three at once, Trauma Team always respond with unrivaled speed and efficiency. So long as the cash keeps flowing. Here, they step right into the heart of another bad scene, their only goal: secure their customer patient by any means necessary", CDPR clarified.
That said, TTI's services are one huge Eddie drain, where initial contract payments are further increased by operating costs. They charge you for pretty much everything - fuel, bullets, damage to their equipment and $100 for every minute until you arrive at the hospital.
Except when they don't reach you in 10 minutes, in which case you'll get a generous 50 per cent discount on the ammo bill.
You may recall that TTI will be at the centre of the Cyberpunk 2077 comic , which is slated for release on September 9, 2020, under Dark Horse's banner. Add to that Netflix's anime show and the time to launch should pass in no time.