CD Projekt Red is out with several new Cyberpunk 2077 videos today, including a new trailer that focuses on Keanu Reeves’ character and an interview with the actor himself.
The latest Night City Wire episode reveals an action-packed trailer focusing on Johnny Silverhand and the unique connection he shares with the game’s protagonist, V. They follow it up with an interview with Keanu Reeves and a look at the game’s motion capture.
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Here are some more details from CD Projekt Red:
In Score and Music, Marcin Przybyłowicz (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt), P.T. Adamczyk (GWENT: The Witcher Card Game, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales), and Paul Leonard-Morgan (Dredd, Limitless, Battlefield: Hardline), together with collaborating musicians, talk about crafting atmospheric original music for the upcoming video game.
Gamers looking to get into the mood for Cyberpunk 2077 can now also check out the freshly released Original Score EP, featuring 6 tracks for a total of 22 minutes of listening time. The EP is available now on a selection of popular digital music streaming and distribution platforms.
Next, with JALI the episode turned its focus to the innovative technological solution used in Cyberpunk 2077 to power facial expressions and lip-sync for characters in the game. The video provides insight into how JALI makes performances immersively realistic across 11 fully localized languages.
Just before the show ended, the Official Gameplay Trailer for Cyberpunk 2077 made its debut. Over 5 minutes long, the feature highlights an assortment of aspects of the open world, action-adventure story players will be engaging in upon launch, complimented with never-before-scene footage showcasing the experiences awaiting in the dark future.
Cyberpunk 2077 launches on December 10 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The game offers a free next-gen upgrade from PS4 to PS5 and Xbox One to Xbox Series X. So if you don’t yet own a next-gen console, you can enjoy the game on current-gen and still get it on next-gen for free.