Spike Chunsoft Will Dedicate Its TGS Booth To Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 will be published in Japan by Spike Chunsoft. And to hype up Cyberpunk 2077(not that it isn’t already hyped up), the company has decided to go all out at the Tokyo Game Show and center their stall around Cyberpunk 2077.

Spike Chunsoft announced this via their web site. The website itself has adopted the distinct futuristic style of Cyberpunk 2077.

At their presentation space at the Tokyo Game Show, Spike Chunsoft may have a closed theater demo live gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077. The game will have a Japanese-dub in accordance with the demo being in Tokyo.

Spike Chunsoft will not simply show you the game, it also wants you to experience a part of the Cyberpunk world in real life. To the end, there’s a full-scale replica of the game’s “Yaiba Kusanagi” motorcycle will be on display. Cosplayers everywhere will be pleased to hear about this. Since this is an opportunity to get their photos taken with a rare piece of memorabilia. Character cosplayers will also purportedly be in presence, so this means that you can truly recreate “we have a city to burn” in the game.

West have a treat of their own to look forward to in the very near future. CD Projekt RED recently gave up its PAX West 2019 plans. However, a 15-minute gameplay demo will hit the web soon. On August 30th at 11:00am PST, the studio will host a livestream to show off the demo. Once its over, developer interviews will be held that offers gameplay insights and answer burning questions about the game in general.

In other Cyberpunk 2077 news, Swedish band ‘Refused’ are making music for Cyberpunk 2077. They’re being credited as in-universe rockers ‘Samurai’. Last month, CD Projekt Red released the band’s first track, titled ‘Chippin’ In’, and now we’ve got a second.

This new song’s called Never Fade Away, and it’s another hard rock banger. It’s unclear just how much music Refused is making for Cyberpunk 2077, but at this point we’d be over the moon with a full album. As with Chippin’ In, you should be able to find Never Fade Away on your music streaming platform of choice right now. Fictional band Samurai have their own page, too.

Source: PlayStation Life, Push Square