Cyberpunk 2077, video diary on the soundtrack with Refused and Samurai

Cyberpunk 2077, video diary on the soundtrack with Refused and Samurai
Cyberpunk 2077 will have a very high level soundtrack thanks to the collaboration with the Swedish band Refused, which for the occasion has turned into the Samurai, or the group present within the game world and which includes Johnny Silverhand, the character starring Keanu Reeves.

"Becoming Samurai" is the title of this new video diary that takes us behind the scenes of the production of the soundtrack, to show how the Swedish hardcore punk band Refused musically brings the music to life. Samurai, the chromed rock legends of the game.

In the video we see interviews with the band members and insights into the creative process behind the creation of the Samurai group and their connections with the real Refused, starting of course from the unmistakable voice by Dennis Lyxzén, singer of the Swedish band and a true legend of international hardcore punk.

Apparently, some members of CD Projekt RED are Refused fans and have immediately thought of Lyxzén's voice when it came to creating a singer within the world of Cyberpunk 2077. As those who know the original band know well, there is also a conceptual connection in all of this: the lyrics and music of the Refused have always been strongly inclined to anti-establishment social criticism, something that unites them strongly to the Samurai of the game.

As reported by Lyxzén himself, it's a bit like the Samurai were the Refused of the future and in a sense it is just like that, since the music and lyrics come from them, even if in Cyberpunk 2077 they are obviously interpreted by the characters of the game and by Johnny Silverhand.

From today's Night City Wire it also emerged a video about Life Paths in Cyberpunk 2077 and one about the weapons present in the game and their characteristics.

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