Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will feature many new music tracks created by our in-house composers and wonderful artists we collaborated with. We want to take a moment to remind you of a music-related feature dedicated to content creators and streamers, and provide a small update for this feature.
Cyberpunk 2077 has a “Disable Copyrighted Music” toggle which disables the small portion of in-game tracks that could result in demonetization or video takedown if streamed. Be sure to turn this toggle on in the game’s settings before you start streaming or recording your Cyberpunk 2077 content.
Switching on the “Disable Copyrighted Music” toggle guarantees no issues with monetization or copyright takedowns of video content connected with Cyberpunk 2077. With the launch of Phantom Liberty, we made one important exception regarding our approach.
“Delicate Weapon” by Grimes, a song featured prominently in the game’s scenes and radio stations, will not be disabled even when “Disable Copyrighted Music” is toggled on. At the same time, content creators who decide to publish Cyberpunk 2077-related content featuring this song will be able to monetize that content for a limited period of two years following the launch of Phantom Liberty. In other words, if you use “Delicate Weapon” in your content connected with Cyberpunk 2077, you will be able to earn revenue from that content until September 21st, 2025, after which that content will become demonetized. If you want to avoid demonetization of your content featuring the song past that date, please make sure to manually disable or remove music from the scenes featuring this song.
Regardless, using “Delicate Weapon” in your Cyberpunk 2077 content should not result in your content being taken down. On September 21st, 2025, the song will be automatically added to a list of music tracks muted by the “Disable Copyrighted Music” feature.
Thank you for your understanding. We hope that you enjoy Phantom Liberty and have fun streaming and creating video content for Cyberpunk 2077.