Bomb Rush Cyberfunk Original Track ‘Big City Life’ Now Streaming

To commemorate the arrival of the new Team Reptile-developed skating graffiti adventure Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, an exclusive track from the game, “Big City Life,” has been added to streaming services.

Composed by Kidkanevil, featuring OV aka Pav from Foreign Beggars, fans can give this song’s vocal and instrumental versions a listen via BandCamp, SoundCloud, Apple Music, Deezer, and Spotify. You can access the links housing these services via Linktree.

Throughout Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, players control protagonist Red, a graffiti writer who had his head cut off and replaced with a robotic one. He then joins the Bomb Rush Crew comprising Tryce and Bell. They aim to travel to All City to learn who cut off Red’s head and how deeply his human side connects with the world of graffiti.

Players will explore the city’s five boroughs to gain rep, challenge rival crews, and hit up graffiti spots. New members can also join the crew with a variety of customization for music and cosmetics.

Gameplay utilizes “skateboarding, inline skating or BMX style tricks” with a ” unique environment-based trick system elevated by special Boost Tricks. Achieving lengthier combos will grant higher scores and boost power. Moreover, the military police in the vicinity have a dynamic difficulty that scales the more you vandalize.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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