Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a music video.
We know how you all enjoy things Cyberpunk 2077 related, and while we’ve seen CD Projekt Red slapping the game’s logo over things such as comic books, chairs, graphics cards, and even throwing a Porsche into the game’s world. We’ve also seen official audio from the in-game bands that lean towards the punk music scene. But next month fans can expect to see a music video for the game.
The music video is to be a collaboration between CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 and the hip hop duo ‘Run The Jewels’ that consists of El-P and Killer Mike. The music video is said to be premiering during the Adult Swim Festival that will be taking place digitally this year on November 13 and November 14. Run The Jewels are no strangers to video games, seeing the duo as playable characters in Gears of War 4, and last year they were confirmed to be part of the Cyberpunk soundtrack.
The festival is taking place exclusively on YouTube this year with the music video being shown during the live stream alongside around 20 other performances and streams taking place over the course of the festival.
A Twitter post features the duo announcing the music video premiere that you can see below. While there’s no official teaser available, the very start of the video shows off what visuals you can expect to see when the camera is focused on the duo, but it also gives us a rough idea of what to expect the music to sound like.
We’ve got one more surprise for you tonight.
— adultswim (@adultswim) October 18, 2020
Those interested in whatever else the Adult Swim Festival has to offer can sign up to get news when the full line up is announced. Cyberpunk 2077 has recently gone gold and is on track for its November 19, 2020, however, the studio is facing criticism for going back on promises to avoid crunch culture.