The 2019 Russian beatboxing champion recently covered the Cyberpunk 2077 theme song, and it’s pretty great.
As we approach the launch of CD Projekt Red’s titanic RPG this November, fans have been posting all kinds of art inspired by the game. Some people have drawn up concept art for what Geralt, Ciri, and Triss could look like in Cyberpunk 2077’s custom character creator – others, like Russian beatboxer Improver, have taken a more musically-inspired approach.
You can listen to a professionally beatboxed version of the Cyberpunk 2077 theme song in the video below. The replication of synths is very impressive.
Cyberpunk 2077 is scheduled to launch on November 19, 2020, having been delayed twice during the coronavirus pandemic. If you’re keen for a look at its neon skylines, check out the most recent trailer, which gives us an insight into the Cyberpunk 2077 prologue – afterwards, check out this comprehensive, fan-made list of ways the prologue’s Maelstrom mission can potentially play out (there are a lot of ways).
We’ve compiled lots of other primers for Cyberpunk 2077, too, including an interview with lead story writer Tomasz Marchewka, a deeper dive into the Braindance, and a full breakdown of why Cyberpunk 2077 focuses on life path origins instead of multiple-choice backstories.
On top of all of that, we’ve learned some other interesting tidbits – apparently days in Cyberpunk 2077 are almost twice as long as days in The Witcher 3, with 24 in-game hours equating to three real ones. Also, it appears that the wall-running displayed in the first ever Cyberpunk 2077 demo won’t be in the final build.
Before you go, be sure to check out our piece on one of the most important Cyberpunk 2077 revelations to date – that you can, in fact, pet the cat in Cyberpunk 2077. Also, you can apparently play Cyberpunk 2077 as if it’s GTA – but things likely won’t go well for you.