Although a constant stream of news about Cyberpunk 2077 recently came out of Gamescom, CD Projekt Red’s latest endeavor is far from done with its con-season tour.

September 11th through the 15th have been penciled in to the developer’s calendar now as it is set to appear at Tokyo Game Show courtesy of Spike Chunsoft. Spike Chunsoft is the company handling the Japanese publishing duties for the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is offering an experience unique to TGS, though, including the chance to take pictures with a life-size replica of the motorcycle seen in the game.

TGS will get the same demo that fans at Gamescom have experienced, but translated entirely into Japanese for the crowd there. This Cyberpunk 2077demo will also be revealed to the public in the coming days via Twitch and Mixer, since Germany and Japan is out of most gamers’ travel budgets. Fans at TGS won’t be able to go hands-on with the demo, but will instead be walked through it in a closed theater by one of the devs. If it’s anything like what was seen at E3 2019, players can expect Johnny Silverhand, the character that superstar actor Keanu Reeves plays and helped create, to pop up in the demo at some point.

Courtesy of Google Translate, gamers know that the booth will be in Hall 8 at TGS, where there will be special badges and hand towels given to visitors to the booth, and they’ll able to get a picture taken with a cosplayer and a life-size replica of the Yaiba Kusanagi motorcycle players can ride in-game.

While these sorts of creations aren’t uncommon, it’s interesting to see Tokyo Game Show get an exclusive one. TGS used to be a tentpole convention for many developers, but has taken a backseat to the bigger, western conventions that have popped up over the last couple of console generations. This move could be an attempt to help appeal to a market where Cyberpunk 2077’s performance could be in doubt. However, if Cyberpunk 2077’s story can match the depth and complexity of CD Projekt Red’s last game, The Witcher III, there should be little skepticism that this highly anticipated title will do fine in every market.

Cyberpunk 2077 is set to release on April 16th, 2020, for Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.