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Netflix’s Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Gets NSFW Trailer and September Release Date

Netflix dropped a new trailer for Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, and also announced that the show will hit the streaming service for a September 13 launch. Season 1 of the show will last 10 episodes and 30 minutes.

The synopsis reads: “Amidst chaos rife with corruption and cybernetic implants, a talented but reckless street kid tries to become a petty thief: a mercenary out of law.” Cyberpunk: Edgerunners comes from the anime studio Studio Trigger, the team responsible for producing anime such as Kill La Kill, Promare, and Little Witch Academia. CD Projekt Red and Studio Trigger previously announced that Akira Yamaoka, who is best known as the composer of the game Silent Hill, will be composing the music for the show. Check out the new – and very NSFW – trailer below.

The new trailer takes a fair amount of time to introduce viewers to Lucy, a “skilled newbie” who “despite her sought-after technical abilities, wants nothing more than to escape the Night City and her dangerous past.” Most of the NSFW content in the trailer is blood and gore – although there’s certainly some robotic nudity in some of the lightning-fast montages.

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners First Announced come back in 2020 by game developer CD Projekt Red. The anime deals with the company’s split game, but has an origin story that takes place entirely in the same universe. Midnight City will be a prominent place in the program. The show will feature original characters disconnected from the Cyberpunk 2077 game.

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