Cyberpunk 2077 Brings on Witcher 3 Composer
Marcin Przybyłowicz is working on CD Projekt Red's next game.
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While Cyberpunk 2077 remains largely a mystery, we have now learned one more piece of information about it. Witcher 3: Wild Hunt composer Marcin Przybyłowicz has signed on to write the music for Cyberpunk 2077, it was confirmed in a new interview with Gamepressure.
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The Witcher 3 had some excellent music, so fans may be happy to learn that Przybyłowicz is back for CD Projekt Red's next game. Of course, the Witcher is a fantasy franchise and Cyberpunk 2077 is set in a futuristic world, so we'd expect the sound design to be different.
GameSpot has contacted CD Projekt Red in an attempt to get more details on Przybyłowicz's involvement with Cyberpunk 2077 and the game's overall music.
Cyberpunk 2077 was first announced in October 2012. There have been conflicting reports about when it will launch. One said the role-playing game, developed with the help of board game designer Mike Pondsmith, is not coming until 2017 at the earliest; another, more recent report claimed the title may launch at the end of 2016.
CD Projekt Red isn't done with The Witcher 3, however, as the Polish studio continues to work on game updates and the title's final paid expansion, Blood and Wine. It arrives in the first half of 2016.
You can listen to The Witcher 3's soundtrack through the Spotify embed below.
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