A Cyberpunk 2077 music contest will allow fans to submit original songs to CD Projekt Red for a chance to be added to the game’s upcoming DLC.
An exciting Cyberpunk 2077 The fan contest will give players the opportunity to submit original music and hear it played on a new Night City radio station. CD Projekt Red’s futuristic RPG had a sadly choppy launch, but updates and fixes have slowly improved the sci-fi experience. The next Cyberpunk 2077 expansion phantom freedom will take players on another Night City adventure alongside Johnny Silverhand, and the DLC will include fan-made tracks.
Fans have long speculated about what will be added to Cyberpunk 2077 in its DLC, and now a bit has finally been revealed. The story expansion will see Keanu Reeves return as the iconic Johnny Silverhand, who continues to haunt protagonist V. phantom freedom will also take V to a whole new part of Night City, which would be a previously inaccessible part of the Pacifica district. The Cyberpunk 2077 the expansion would offer a cyberpunk spy thriller experience, with V pledging loyalty to the new United States of America. While some fans anticipated a Cyberpunk 2077 DLC set outside of America, for now the franchise is sticking to V and Night City.
A Cyberpunk 2077 music contest, revealed on YouTube by Cyberpunk 2077will give fans a chance to have their original songs added to the next phantom freedom DLCs. By November 30, fans can submit original music tracks to CD Projekt Red, and 12-15 tracks will be chosen as contest winners. The phantom freedom The expansion will add a community radio station to the game called Growl FM, and this station will play the winning tunes from the contest. Winners will also receive a cash prize of $3,000, a suite of iZotope Elements audio plug-ins, and a Cyberpunk 2077 goodie bag with a statue of V.
Indie artists can have their tracks wired into Cyberpunk 2077
An abundance of copyrighted music in Cyberpunk 2077 gives Night City its distinct futuristic vibe, with over 150 tracks setting the tone for V’s adventure. CD Projekt Red built the game’s score by recruiting world-renowned talent, including singer and musician Grimes and the hip hop Run the Jewels. Unfortunately, copyrighted music can cause problems for fans trying to stream the game. Fortunately Cyberpunk 2077 has an option to prevent copyrighted music from playing, replacing those tracks with entirely different songs.
Music players play a huge role in establishing a gaming world, and Cyberpunk 2077 makes great use of songs to make Night City feel truly alive. Now, CD Projekt Red’s fan music contest will come full circle by adding game-inspired indie songs into the phantom freedom expansion. The competition will run until November 30, so fans of musical talent Cyberpunk 2077 should get to work on a track worthy of Growl FM.
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