Someone finally posed this big question to Keanu Reeves, wow, he has the answer. As part of the publicity campaign surrounding the release of “The Matrix Awakens”, he and Kelly-Anne Moss had a conversation with Verge on a series of topics. Finally, the conversation turned to “Cyberpunk 2077”-especially involving the base. Nu character Johnny Silverhand’s sex module, which developer CDPR doesn’t like a little bit.
Reeves said he has not tried the game himself: “I have seen the demo, but I have never played it.” Alex Heath of The Verge then asked Reeves if he knew the player was modifying the game and his character was the most popular Sex module.
“Yes! Goodness: when it’s good, it’s always good,” Reeves said.
“On the other hand, I said no, thank you,” Moss interjected, and his amused dislike might be the real highlight here. “No, thank you! Keanu is fine.”
Keanu didn’t finish the VR sex thing.
“Think about how much pornography costs, right” Reeves said, as part of Carrie-Anne Moss’s soul, it always floats in the air. “So you don’t even have to be there, people can use your digital avatar for digital sex…what is it called now, members only? You can do one whole thing. Oh my God, then the suit you get might be Made in Sweden or something made in Germany, oh my god, then you have something for VR. Then they use your wake matrix to get data about you…”
“Great,” Moss said blankly.
“Then you put on a suit with a wake matrix through your Member Only Metaverse, and then you are like taking off everything, how do you feel about this relationship,” Reeves concluded. “Then you hold that real thing, you’re like oh, man, I’m glad we have reality.”
It is worth emphasizing that the specific model CDPR targeted by CDPR is very rudimentary, and of course it is far from the future of sexual VR imagined by Keanu. CDPR told us at the time, “Our most important rule about user-generated content, especially game modules, is that it cannot be harmful to others. In the case of model exchange, especially those involving clear situations, it can be The people who lent us their looks to create characters in Cyberpunk 2077 think so.”
Hmm: Now we know what Keanu thinks. He is a cool guy. I don’t know if he fully understands how certain words are used on the Internet, but it’s good to think about it.