CD Projekt RED released new videos and information about the upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2077.
We get to see a video focusing on the soundtrack of the game and the radio stations that we’ll be able to enjoy during gameplay.
Interestingly, we learn that there are over 7.5 hours of music in Cyberpunk 2077 including over 150 “custom genre-bending tracks.”
The game will even include a mode that removes a number of copyrighted tracks replacing them with “safe” ones for those who enjoy uploading videos or streaming the game and don’t want to have trouble with copyright owners.
A bunch of tracks from the game have also been released today on various streaming services and should be available now.
Another video is about voice acting and the tools used to generate facial animation based on the performance of each actor, depending on language and speech style.
Following, we get to see an impressive gameplay trailer that also features a look at non-combat activities, fashion, and more.
Last, but not least, we get to see digital items that will unlock in the game and in The Witcher 3 and Gwent if you have multiple CD Projekt RED titles.
Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC (the system requirements have recently been revealed), and Google Stadia. It has also been confirmed to be coming for Xbox Series X and PS5 down the line with upgrades available for those who purchase the game for the current generation of consoles.
It was recently delayed (again) to Dec. 10, 2020.
If you’d like to see more, check out the latest trailer and video featuring Johnny Silverhand and Keanu Reeves, gameplay on Xbox Series X and Xbox One X, more trailers and screenshots, the previous trailers, a semi-recent gameplay reveal, another trailer, one more about life paths, additional screenshots, more images, another batch about the Watson District, one showcasing Westbrook, one featuring City Center, one showcasing Santo Domingo, another featuring Heywood, and one showing Pacifica and The Badlands.
You can also hear some more spiffy songs like “A Like Supreme” by Johnny Silverhand’s own band Samurai, another titled “The Ballad of Buck Ravers”, one titled “Chippin’ in”, one named “Black Dog”, “Hole In The Sun” by Point Break Candy, “Game Over” by Run the Jewels.