Google tries its best to give its streaming service a bit more attention, and they include CD Projekt RED‘s game in its promotional push.
Google‘s deal is that if we pay sixty dollars to get the Google Stadia port of Cyberpunk 2077, then we’ll get the Stadia Premiere version of the streaming service. According to VG247, it’s somewhat of a desperate attempt to push the streaming service by giving us the cloud gaming bundle. They previously gave it to YouTube Premium subscribers, and in the United Kingdom, they knocked a good thirty pounds off its cost.
Google’s Stadia Premiere includes the Stadia controller, as well as the Cloudcast Ultra that you need to hook to your television. Attention: you need to live in the United States to be eligible for the deal, which doesn’t require a Stadia Pro subscription.
Yesterday, the Polish dev team held its newest Night City Wire, where a five-minute new gameplay trailer, new details about Johnny Silverhand (how did he get into our head?), plus some behind-the-scenes footage of Keanu Reeves, JALI, and the soundtrack surfaced. There are also a few more images, and we still have our suspicion that CD Projekt RED might delay the game to 2021, according to some rumours. JALI will be important for lipsync during voice acting. Nina Kraviz will be present in the game, the soundtrack will be massive. If you tie your GOG account to the game, V will get cosmetic bonuses (a T-shirt and a The Witcher jacket). More details to be announced.
Six songs of the soundtrack were also published. They were composed by Paul Leonard-Morgan, Marcin Przybyłowicz, and P.T. Adamczyk. These songs form the official Cyberpunk 2077 EP. Leonard-Morgan said they used as much of analogue synthesizers as possible, and in the end, they had more than seven and a half hours of music created for the game, which will also come with a streamer mode: this disables the licensed music so that YouTube and Twitch streamers do not run into trouble due to the background music.
Cyberpunk 2077, unless it gets delayed once again, will launch on December 10 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC. The PlayStation 5‘s and Xbox Series‘ next-gen patch will arrive in 2021, and until then, we can play the PS4/X1 version via backwards compatibility.
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