Cyberpunk 2077 Fan-Made Living Wallpaper Turns Your Desktop Into Night City

Cyberpunk 2077 Fan-Made Living Wallpaper Turns Your Desktop Into Night City

One Redditor's work has turned artwork into a living wallpaper that will make any Cyberpunk 2077 fan's desktop feel like Night City.

Ever since its incredible reveal trailer at last year’s E3, Cyberpunk 2077 has easily climbed to the top of everyone’s most anticipated games list, and while there’s no indication just yet of when the game might actually be coming, you still can at least bide the time with an incredible piece of fan art that can make you feel like you’re right in Night City.

Over on r/CyberpunkGame, user Razorflow made a “living wallpaper” that brings to life one of the iconic images from the game’s E3 2018 trailer and turns it into an immersive, dynamic wallpaper that will turn your desktop right into the pulsating cityscape of Night City. You can grab the wallpaper for yourself here from their Patreon page.

In order to use the wallpaper, you’ll want to grab software like Wallpaper Engine (which is available on Steam for $3.99) that will allow you to use videos like this as “living wallpaper.” As a caveat, living wallpapers can be a bit intensive to run on a decent PC, but they still add a nice bit of flair to make your screen feel a little more alive.

In terms of recent Cyberpunk 2077-related news, all we know for sure is that the game will be making an appearance at E3 2019, though obviously we don’t know for sure yet if that means we’ll see another trailer, gameplay demo, or some other reveal for the game at the show. However, CD Projekt Red did clarify that this year’s E3 would be an incredibly important one for the company, so hopefully that means we’ll get to see far more of the game than we have ever before.

Outside of that, the living wallpaper from Razorflow isn’t the only impressive Cyberpunk-related fan creation to make waves online, as another fan on Reddit made their own Atari cartridge cover inspired by the game, which nicely blends its cyberpunk aesthetic with the retro flare of the ’80s.