While the game itself may be some way off, the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack composer has been revealed. Not surprisingly he was also the one who worked on The Witcher 3.
Marcin Pryybylowicz the Music Director for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has confirmed to Game Pressure that one of his new jobs will be as the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack composer:
“My superiors already force me to do it, because I spend most of my time with Geralt; however, some first attempts with Cyberpunk were already made.”
Before that though we’ll be hearing his work will be in Blood and Wine on which he commented on the soundtracks size:
“Definitely bigger than the one in Hearts of Stone. In the expansion it was around 40 minutes of in-game music; this one – since it’s going to be at least twice as big as Hearts – will need to have much more than that. I can’t tell you how much more, because I actually don’t know that yet. We work on that music all the time, everything is tailored and every quest gets a lot of love, so that it sounds well. I don’t know at which point we’ll stop.”
It will probably still be some time until we see more details about Cyberpunk 2077, unless we are lucky enough to see something at E3. Until then though at least there are signs that the game is now being worked on, even if it isn’t the priority just yet.
What are your thoughts on Marcin Pryybylowicz being revealed as Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack composer? Based on his work on The Witcher 3 is this good news? Let us know in the comments section below.