Drake and J.Cole left no stone unturned in their wildly cinematic new “First Person Shooter” visual — check it out below.

Released on Wednesday (November 15), the Gibson Hazard-directed clip plays on a ton of themes mentioned by Drizzy and Cole in the For All The Dogs standout.

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The Office‘s Brian Baumgartner — who played Kevin Malone — makes an appearance in the opening moments of the video as the pair spoof the iconic show, but this time he’s in the role of company CEO directing a bunch of dolls.

The 6 God and Dreamville boss then face-off in a stadium-capacity ping-pong match before taking their competitive talents to chess, where they remake the iconic Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo chess photo from the soccer deities’ Louis Vuitton campaign.

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Following an intense boxing match, Drake and Cole’s spidey senses start tingling as they give their rendition of the famous Spider-Man meme with both rappers in costume — Cole referenced the meme on “First Person Shooter” comparing it to Drake and himself.

Afterwards, Drizzy takes the baton and steps into center stage where he rhymes from the rooftop of Scotiabank Arena in Toronto before unveiling a statue of himself, cementing his legend status.

Fans from both the OVO and Dreamville sides raved about the visual’s creativity in the video’s comment section.

“This is like JAY-Z and Nas doing a video in 2002,” one person wrote. “The level of security Drake has as an artist is incredible. No other top dog in any era would do this, plus go on tour. Hats off to Drake & Cole.”

Another said: “This is what music videos SHOULD be. Every shot has intention behind it. Love it.”

“Now this is a music video!!” a third fan wrote. “Visuals were insane from start to finish, felt like I was watching a movie. I really hope they have a joint project coming soon, especially since they’re gonna be touring together.”

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J. Cole and Drake will be hitting the road together next year for their co-headlining It’s All a Blur — Big As the What? Tour which kicks off on January 18 in Denver, Colorado, and Cole will continue with the trek through March 10 in Lexington, Kentucky.

The 6 God will perform the final four shows of the tour — including a Long Island show just 7.7 miles from Cole’s alma mater, St. John’s University — without the North Carolina rhymer.

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Cole’s manager Ibrahim Hamad has explained why some of the major markets throughout the country were excluded from this run.

“I feel your pain but this is not a major city run, the run is for the secondary market we don’t get to go to as much and do shows like how we use to. All Love to DC though,” IB replied to one fan. 

However, the Dreamville co-founder is excited to hit some of the markets often glanced over on tours that he and J. Cole used to run through when they were grinding before his leap to rap God.

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“Gotta pull back up to some of those markets we use to grind through on the come up. Can’t wait to see those cities again, been a minute,” he added.