Skip to main content

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a comic series this September

(Image credit: Dark Horse Comics)
Audio player loading…

CD Projekt Red's RPG behemoth Cyberpunk 2077 (opens in new tab) is getting a comic book adaptation. Titled Trauma Team, the series is being published by Dark Horse Comics (opens in new tab) and the first issue is set to appear on September 9.

Cyberpunk 2077: Trauma Team front cover

(Image credit: Dark Horse Comics)

The spin-off will focus on Trauma Team International, a privately-owned force that responds to the medical needs of Night City—for a price. They are one of the most powerful, and feared, corporations in the game.

Dark Horse Comics' description says that the comic will follow Nadia, an emergency medical technician for Trauma Team International, and the sole survivor of a failed rescue mission. "After she agrees to continue work for an upcoming extraction mission, Nadia and her new team find themselves in an even more dangerous and life-threatening situation."

We've seen snippets of Trauma Team International throughout Cyberpunk 2077's various trailers. You can see one of their armoured flying cars in the very first trailer from 2018, as they open fire onto a balcony of people—they're not your normal ambulance service.

The comic's September release would have lined up nicely with the release of the game, but unfortunately, Cyberpunk 2077's release date has been delayed (opens in new tab) for a second time.

Rachel Watts
Rachel Watts

Rachel had been bouncing around different gaming websites as a freelancer and staff writer for three years before settling at PC Gamer back in 2019. She mainly writes reviews, previews, and features, but on rare occasions will switch it up with news and guides. When she's not taking hundreds of screenshots of the latest indie darling, you can find her nurturing her parsnip empire in Stardew Valley and planning an axolotl uprising in Minecraft. She loves 'stop and smell the roses' games—her proudest gaming moment being the one time she kept her virtual potted plants alive for over a year.