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LE SSERAFIM’s New Music Video Features Overwatch 2 And One Hell Of A Kitsune Rush

A hilariously reckless use of in-game abilities

If you are seeking a vibe for your next big night out, ‘Perfect Night’ from LE SSERAFIM cranks out a serious party tune. It also happens to include a music video with some of the Overwatch 2 ladies enjoying a big night out.

Humorously, it includes some downright hilariously selfish uses of in-game abilities and ultimates to make sure they don’t miss the big show – with everything from avoiding traffic to retrieving misplaced tickets:

The music video is a fun little romp with that signature Blizzard cinematic style, quite a fun little experience to see the heroic ladies doing something a little more casual for a change.

It’s the second big external crossover since the launch of Overwatch 2 (I am not personally counting the Diablo event, simply due to it being a Blizzard umbrella item) and promises the other side of the collaboration to manifest by way of a LE SSERAFIM-inspired custom game mode and exclusive in-game hero skins starring the outfits seen in the clip. This will go live around November 2, and I genuinely have no idea what a music-group inspired game mode would look like.

Walter Kong, General Manager for Overwatch is clearly a fan, saying the following:

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We’re extremely excited to be working with LE SSERAFIM for our game’s first musical artist collaboration. Like the heroes of Overwatch, the LE SSERAFIM members are amazing as individuals, but unstoppable when they come together.

In a world of digital Travis Scott concerts and the like, it isn’t ground-breaking stuff – but it’s absolutely a thrill to see a Blizzard-style twist on the cross-promotion stuff.

Now, let’s get that Team Fortress 2 crossover happening – right Valve?

Are you a fan of LE SSERAFIM or JPOP in general? What artist should Overwatch 2 crossover with next? Tenacious D you say? Tell me all about it in the comments or on social media.

Written By Ash Wayling

Known throughout the interwebs simply as M0D3Rn, Ash is bad at video games. An old guard gamer who suffers from being generally opinionated, it comes as no surprise that he is both brutally loyal and yet, fiercely whimsical about all things electronic. On occasion will make a youtube video that actually gets views. Follow him on YouTube @Bad at Video Games




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