Run The Jewels release Cyberpunk 2077 track "No Save Point" (UPDATED)Platforms: All | Google Stadia | Sony PlayStation 4 | Sony PlayStation 5 | Microsoft Xbox One | Microsoft Xbox Series X | PC
UPDATED: The Cyberpunk 2077 YoutTube channel dropped the official music video for No Save Point yesterday; a big-budget, visually dynamic promo in-keeping with the blockbuster scale of CD Projekt Red's marketing so far.
I cannot recall the last time a game felt like this big a deal, bleeding out of the video game bubble and into the culture as a whole. It's presenting itself as the next big thing, and videos like this only enhance that feeling, and that is incredibly exciting. Check it out below.
ORIGINAL STORY: The hype train for Cyberpunk 2077 may be a little behind schedule, after a surprising release delay, but it still shows no signs of slowing down with the release of a new track from its soundtrack courtesy of acclaimed hip hop supergroup Run The Jewels.
The track, titled No Save Point, certainly hits hard. It sounds like exactly the soundtrack to fill your late drives through the bustling neon-soaked streets of Night City. The lyrics are catered to the world of Cyberpunk 2077, making many references to the state of 2077 California, where Night City resides and even references Keanu Reeves and his character, Johnny Silverhand's cybernetic arm.
RTJ's Killer Mike discussed the collaboration in a music feature with CD Projekt Red, where he said: "We wanna provide you with the soundtrack to fucking shit up."
Mission accomplished, guys.
The Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack also includes the likes of Grimes, A$AP Rocky, Refused, Tina Guo, Nina Kravitz, Richard Devine, Ilan Rubin, and Rat Boy.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released 10th December on all major current and next-gen systems.