Cyberpunk 2077‘s Phantom Liberty enlargement consists of tracks from Idris Elba in its soundtrack, and the actor and DJ has dropped a brand new EP that includes three of the songs.
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The Phantom Information EP “[explores] a darker and extra mass-produced sound, the place glitches and industrial sounds converse to the sport’s dystopian really feel”, learn the press launch. The tracks are ‘ChokeHold’, ‘Stroll Of Disgrace’ and the lead single ‘Rolla Coaster’.
It’s accessible by Apple Music, Amazon Music, Anghami, Deezer, Spotify and YouTube Music. Furthermore, the brand new radio station Darkstar Radio that’s included in Phantom Liberty additionally provides two tracks from Elba which are consistent with its collection of “world music from a darkish, dystopian future”.
One other new radio station, Impulse, is “mainly [Elba’s] DJ set put collectively from unreleased tracks”. Cyberpunk 2077 composer P. T. Adamczyk mentioned that the crew was “thrilled” to have the chance to work with Elba on each the narrative and the musical components of the enlargement.
“I believe they match completely each within the Cyberpunk context and as properly with the Darkstar Radio,” he mentioned in a Evening Metropolis Wire episode earlier this month.
Phantom Liberty launched for PC, PS5 and Xbox Sequence X|S at the moment (September 26). As a spy-inspired enlargement that pulls loads from John Carpenter’s Escape From New York, the playable protagonist V encounters the characters Tune So Mi “Songbird” and Solomon Reed, who had been previously associates.
The story takes the participant to Dogtown, a brand new space on the sting of the town, and unlocks a brand new set of perks that utilise the Relic inside V. These comprise optical camouflage to confuse enemies, vulnerability analytics and new skills for the Mantis Blades, Gorilla Arms, Monowire and Projectile Launch System.
In different information, the developer has addressed the anti-Russian sentiments within the Ukrainian localisation of Cyberpunk 2077‘s newest replace, saying that the additions “don’t signify [its] views”.