she has some very unique music & some of it is damm cool. not particular found of this one (4 a.m.) but i am sure there will be tracks in the game that will resonate with me more. and she is scary smart so i am sure she will have had some good input on the portrail of lizzy.
There's a Pulp Fiction reference in the graffiti...
Does he look like a bitch?!
The new faces are interesting...Could this be a kind of guerrilla concert that takes over the net and then dissipates early in the morning? The audience is who tunes into it like an overlay of reality. All ads and billboards turn into screens for the concert? I love how it takes over like mycelium.
Pretty sure it's Lizzy(???), but could it be Alt?
It could have been the moment the bomb went off from the 2020s as well. Like Alt is celebrating by dancing, but it is almost overlaid onto the present. It could be a loop of the moment, or a recurring event only seen from the net?? Maybe Alt only comes out to play when she wants to...
The person from 'who dis' might be Saburo Arasaka.
And the other one an Arasaka soldier. Looks similar to the ones in the metro pic where V sits near a business man.
I wonder if in the last pic we got a glimpse at the world behind the wall.
That's what I was thinking. Maybe it is Alt and she was able to connect to Arasaka more than what we imagined. The blue color is seen at the end of the video, perhaps ground zero of the blast. It is definitely net-like, maybe she is able to "pop in" to observe Arasaka and the city whenever she wants. The structure of the "blue-web" leaves though...like it shows up only in that spot and goes away. If she is able to observe everything happening around the blast site, she has one hullva one-up on Arasaka.
Whatever the case, it's interesting as hell, and I think CDPR intended every frame to have meaning.
I've watched it several times and I agree there's a narrative going on with in-game characters like Arasaka and Alt. When Grimes 'dies' on the stage she's just jacked in, then Alt seems to arise in the net moments later. What's confusing is why they have her seemingly represent Alt.