Mad Max: Fury Road turned five years old yesterday (May 15th). George Miller -- the movie's director -- has a lot to be proud of with this film. Tom Hardy as Max was the perfect casting and Charlize Theron was just as amazing in her role as warrior Furiosa. \n \nThe movie is beloved by many around the world, including Cyberpunk 2077's developer CD Projekt Red. In fact, to pay tribute to this five year mark, they made a special announcement on the game's official Twitter page. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=9paeZk_Bef4 \n \nThey revealed a car that will be appearing in this upcoming sci-fi RPG called Reaver, which pays tribute to Max's V8 Interceptor car that was featured in the most recent movie. \n \nLooking at the model featured in the Twitter reveal, it looks spot on from what Max was driving in the film. This latest reveal is just another reason to get excited for Cyberpunk 2077, which has a September release date. \n \nOnly a couple of more months before players can hit up Night City and get lost in the endless content. As far as driving around, the Reaver seems like an incredible vehicle to use. It's said to have 1,000 horsepower, featuring an aggressive body style and tires. \n \nAnd according to the lead quest designer Pawel Sasko, players will get to take the Reaver to a desert area called the Badlands. \n \nThat's great news for Mad Max fans looking to relive some of the epic scenes in Cyberpunk 2077. It's great seeing both of these franchises merging together. This game has received so many epic surprises already, from Keanu Reeves' appearance as Johnny Silverhand to Elon Musk's Cybertruck being a driveable vehicle. \n \nCyberpunk 2077 really seems like an RPG full of endless possibilities. Now players just need to take it for a spin to see what epic action is in store. \n \nSo far, CD Projekt Red has done a great job at marketing the game and keeping the buzz going. Based on their trailers and surprise reveals, this is going to be a game for the ages. \n \nIt just has so many things going for it leading up to its official September release. Night City looks like a playground full of so much mayhem to get into, while the character augmentation diversity should give players many ways to approach the addicting combat. \n \nIt's rare that a game receives this much attention and spotlight, but at the moment, it's well deserved.