The band have released the ‘Quick Escape’ arcade game where fans can select a member of the band to play an intergalactic Space Invader battle.
Fans can call in to get a taste of Pearl Jam’s first album in seven years, ahead of its release this Friday.
The band say, "We will all get through this together — and we’ll see you very soon.”
Eddie Vedder's team said, “We have and will always keep the safety and well-being of our supporters as top priority."
Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and Pearl Jam are also appearing during this year's star-studded BST line up.
Ohana will also feature Kings of Leon, Pretenders, and My Morning Jacket, while Billy Idol and Patti Smith join Eddie Vedder's team for See.Hear.Now
The event includes a playback of the band's new album 'Gigaton' in its entirety in Dolby Atmos.
The tracks is also the lead single from 2019’s much-acclaimed ‘Milk It’ EP.
Teaming up with DIY animator Keith Ross, the artist behind the popular Tiny Concert Instagram channel, the band is transformed into frantic line-drawings that capture the arresting energy of the song.
The new track, which is officially released on 18 February, will also feature on the band's upcoming album, 'Gigaton'.
Pearl Jam have shared their final video for the recent ‘Gigaton’ single ‘Dance of the Clairvoyants’, their “first official music video in seven years”.
The new clip was produced by Evolve Studios and features the band performing the track interspersed with clips of rolling landscapes, weather phenomena, and more.
The new track is the first the band have shared from their upcoming album, 'Gigaton', out on 27 March.
Support will come from James Blake and Brittany Howard, with more names set to be announced soon.
The new record is the Seattle legends' first since the Grammy award-winning 'Lightning Bolt', which was released in October 2013.