Cyberpunk 2077 Embraces its Dark Vibes With New Music Video "No Save Point"
The "No Save Point" music video, performed by rappers Run the Jewels, will be included in Cyberpunk 2077 the game as well as the official soundtrack.
Cyberpunk 2077 finally gets its own music video, one that reflects the dark vibes of the game’s Night City setting. Called No Save Point and performed by Run the Jewels, it mixes music with some interesting and bizarre elements, imagery, and effects from the dark future world that also reflects the genre as a whole:
Your mileage may vary on the song of course but regardless you’ll be hearing the track in the game itself as well as in the official soundtrack.
November 19th was the original date that Cyberpunk 2077 should have been releasing. But unfortunately, after going gold, the massively anticipated RPG was pushed back a couple of weeks to December 10th due to developers CD Projekt Red having to finalize as many as nine different versions of the game, specifically fixing optimization issues on current-gen versions.
However, CD Projekt has been kind enough to offer us something Cyberpunk related on that date — in the form of a new Night City Wire. These events have run regularly over the last few months and have offered fans insights into a variety of different aspects of the game. The latest episode will be focused on one of the most hotly anticipated aspects of Cyberpunk 2077, Keanu Reeves’ character, Johnny Silverhand, as well as the game’s music (and “a lot more”).
Of course some “fans” took things to an unacceptable level by sending threats to developers due to the delay, one being Andrzej Zawadzki, Senior Game Designer for Cyberpunk 2077. He shared the following message on Twitter: “I understand you’re feeling angry, disappointed and want to voice your opinion about it. However, sending death threats to the developers is absolutely unacceptable and just wrong. We are people, just like you.” Zawadzki then went on to state that every threat is being taken seriously and reported to the authorities.