Blade Runner 2049, even with its glittering CGI glory, is really a throwback film. That's why filmmakers invited Harrison Ford, who starred in the 1982 original, back and gave the soundtrack a distinctively synth-heavy, retro feel.
The crisp sounds of gunshots and explosions are, here, replaced with what sounds like sound effects from old arcade games.
The audio is gloriously messed up and distorted, kinda like how it is when you look up old movie trailers up on YouTube.
And that title card is classic '80s drive-in movie cheese.
Compare it to the actual trailer for Blade Runner 2049, which is far more up-to-date.