Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty has a sneaky, musical reference to The Witcher 3

Kath Santarin
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Seems that Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty is hiding a bit of reference to The Witcher 3, and one which needs to be music to your ears.

Some gentle, pretty early spoilers for Phantom Liberty forward!

It simply looks as if CD Projekt Crimson can not help however reference itself. There's already a Witcher reference in Cyberpunk within the type of an arcade recreation known as Roach Race, however that one's within the base recreation. Nonetheless, as noticed by IGN, it appears that there is a model new reference to be present in Phantom Liberty. It may be discovered after a sure level in the course of the mission Lucretia My Reflection, while you're guided to a wall-mounted cellphone in an deserted constructing, the primary goal of which is to get involved with Solomon Reed.

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To name Reed, it's a must to insert a selected set of numbers, which kickstarts the following a part of the mission. Apparently, although, there are another numbers scrawled on a post-it word close by, that when entered you can hear none apart from the primary theme of The Witcher 3, The Path. Johnny Silverhand can even make one other look to hearken to the theme, the place he'll give you a smile and a thumbs up as soon as the proper numbers have been put in. Excessive reward for a rocker like him.

If you wish to do this out your self, all you might want to do is pop within the numbers 5745552377, and you can hear a not-great high quality model of The Witcher 3 monitor. Alternatively, you may simply discover the music on YouTube, I am not your mum, I can not let you know what to do.

Phantom Liberty launched earlier this week after nearly three years have handed because the base recreation was launched, and has typically arrived to fairly beneficial evaluations itself. A far cry from the poor launch the bottom recreation obtained.

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