Let's face it - that E3 performance deserves to be immortalised inside Cyberpunk 2077, and if the fans have their way it will. In fact, fans have turned up in force on Twitter, Reddit and Change.org to request that CDPR adds it to the game.
You had to have seen Keanu Reeves' Cyberpunk 2077 presentation by now, but we've added the video just in case you haven't. After all, it's not every day that so much love is directed at a game, developer and the presenter.
Thankfully, fans want to immortalise this moment even further, which is most definitely fitting, and Twitter user going by the handle Skill Up recently tweeted, "Petition to name the Cyberpunk 2077 100% completion trophy: 'YOU'RE BREATHTAKING!' Make it so, CD Projekt Red."
The tweet eventually ended up on Reddit where it got a bunch of upvotes and subsequently at Change.org, where it's rapidly approaching the 15,000 signatures required for the Cyberpunk 2077's 100 per cent achievement.
Realistically, there's no reason why CD Projekt Red shouldn't go through with this, seeing as how it isn't exactly be difficult to implement, but it's not yet a done deal.
The chain of events that followed Reeves' Cyberpunk 2077 announcement couldn't have been better if it was scripted - CDPR rewarded the guy who yelled 'you're breathaking' with a free copy of the game, and it gets even better.
Instead of accepting a copy of Cyberpunk 2077, the guy asked CDPR to instead donate a go-cart to a children's hospital, which he insists took great care of his late sister who passed away from leukemia.
The dev agreed too, even though $3.5K far trumps the price of the gift that he was initially offered, so it's heart warming all around.
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So, if the Cyberpunk 2077 petitioners have their way, the game will arrive with the 100 per cent completion achievement called You're Breathtaking, and it's probably the best possible way to capture all the magic surrounding CDPR's game from E3 to the final launch.
Unfortunately, it won't have Keanu singing, but you can't have it all.