Rogue (solo, Johny's ex) confirmed:
My theory is that they're trying to mess with Sard by continuing to show footage at private events that are too far from him to make it economically reasonable.Why in the world are they doing so many private events? They never did this with any Witcher game. They also have to be showing a build that's almost a year old by now.
The visible increase in our expenditures in recent quarter comes mainly from CD PROJEKT RED’s development of Cyberpunk 2077, which has now entered its final, most intensive stage. More specifically, the main reason behind the increase involved expenses related to localization of Cyberpunk and especially the recording of multiple language soundtracks we are preparing as well as expenses on adapting The Witcher 3 for Nintendo Switch.
Soundtrack doesn't mean the general audio, in my opinion; it's the music. But interpretations vary, can only speculate at this point.
I can finally respond to that.I suppose this Q3 2019 earnings report qualifies as news since it contains some info about Cyberpunk. Most notably:
"Multiple language soundtracks" sounds interesting. I wonder what exactly it means; similar to what Witcher 3 has (e.g. 'Wolven Storm' has multiple audio language versions), or something else.
This would certainly make sense.In my opinion it refers to the fact that since Night City is a multicultural city, obviously the songs we are going to hear in the radio will also reflect that, which means that the fictional bands in the game won't sing only in English, but also in other languages. So we will hear songs in Spanish, Japanese and so on, performed by the bands from different countries, which is why they are saying that soundtrack is in "multiple languages".