Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely an intriguing game with an even more intriguing setting, allowing the studio to try out some pretty weird things. Well, there are reports new academy award winner, nine time Grammy winner, and international singer, Lady Gaga, is going to make an appearance in CD Projekt RED’s title.
Reports first emerged from French gaming website Actugaming.net, which claim they received information from unnamed sources spotting Lady Gaga at CD Projekt RED’s studio. This means she was possibly there for a motion-capture session, which subsequently means she will feature in the studio’s upcoming game.
We have just learned, from sources close to the studio, that a collaboration between Lady Gaga and CD Projekt Red is on the horizon for Cyberpunk 2077. The artist was seen at the Polish studio and several details follow. Of course, it will be necessary to wait before having the official announcement, but the information comes to us from sources who preferred to remain anonymous and that one cannot quote.
This relatively relates back to when the Cyberpunk 2077’s official Twitter account replied to one of Lady Gaga’s 2012 tweets. The tweet was just a bunch of random letters, numbers, and symbols, but this fits into Cyberpunk 2077’s setting as well.
Cyberpunk 2077 still doesn’t have a release date but we’ll update you once anything is confirmed. For now, check out the 48 minute gameplay walkthrough below as well as our list of the 8 biggest features this walkthrough showcased. The studio confirmed the game’s presence at this year’s E3 event, so expect some new trailers and gameplay walkthroughs to drop. Finally, take all this with a grain of salt till the studio confirms or denies the reports.
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