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10 things you didn’t know you could do in Cyberpunk 2077

10 things you didn’t know you could do in Cyberpunk 2077

Did you know you can do these things in Cyberpunk 2077?

Despite Cyberpunk 2077 rapidly approaching its four-year anniversary, the features, secrets and Easter eggs hidden within are still far from being completely discovered.

With the arrival of 2023’s Phantom Liberty DLC and 2.1 base game patch, even more features were added with CD Projekt Red’s very own quest designer, Maria Mazur, recently revealing that the game still has many more Easter eggs to discover.

However, when the credits have rolled or you are putting off taking on the final mission, here’s 10 things you didn’t know you could do in Cyberpunk 2077.

Hanging out with romantic partners

Before the 2.1 update, finishing up your romantic partner’s quest would pretty much be the last time that you saw them in-game.

However, the major patch fixed that by allowing V to spend some quality time with their partner in their apartment. The “hangout” will be initiated via a text from V’s love interest asking them if they can visit you.

Accepting this will lead to the “I Really Want to Stay At Your House” quest and here, V and their partner can talk, snuggle up and even kiss on the couch before dancing or taking a shower together and heading to bed.

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A second chance to respec

The arrival of the 2.0 update also allowed players to respec V’s Attributes from the original ones they picked.

The game warns that you will only be able to do this once, whereas resetting Perks is available at any time (despite being a time-consuming process).

By clicking the “Reset Attributes” button, your points will all be refunded which will give you a clean slate to upgrade V for a second time.

Just be aware that if you wish to respec again, you will have to start a whole new playthrough or invest in some mods.

Call an old friend

In the first half of the game, V will unfortunately lose their best friend Jackie during their escape from Konpeki Plaza.

Jackie’s death takes a toll on V as well as setting into motion the main events that will drive the narrative. However, players still have a chance to speak to him by calling his phone number multiple times, as well as having the option to leave a message. This will encourage V to share their thoughts with their friend and unload all their worries onto him.

It is a heartbreaking feature that not many players would think to do so don’t miss out on it.

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Parkour across Night City

Taking place in a bustling metropolis, it is easy to forget that Night City can also be explored from the rooftops.

Thanks to the upgrades to the Fortified Ankles and Dash & Air abilities in the 2.0 update, players can now access some of the more inaccessible places and you never know, there could be secrets hiding there too.

These abilities are also worth pairing with “Parkour!” which can be unlocked at level four Reflexes. This will grant players the Slippery perk which will make climbing and vaulting even faster.

Visit Adam Smasher’s hideout

There is no doubt that Adam Smasher is one of the scariest figures in Night City. The Arasaka cyborg is the killer of many of our friends and heroes of the futuristic world and someone we also see ourselves going up against.

However, many players may not know that you can visit his secret hideout. Located in the docks on the northern part of the Watson district, players have to jump onto an orange shipment container, run through some warehouses, cross train tracks and climb up a building until they find a door. Alternatively, you can find a walkthrough.

Inside there will be some goodies including a shard and legendary smart weapon.

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Make some calls

In Phantom Liberty’s Dogtown area, players can find an old-fashioned phone in the Capitán Caliente restaurant that may be used as part of the quest line, but can also be used outside of it.

By calling various numbers (some found on post-it notes around the phone), you will be able to hear all manner of things such as The Witcher theme, ‘Never Fade Away’ by Samurai (Johnny’s band), and you can even call 911 much to Silverhand’s dismay.

Last but not least, you can dial ‘80085’ for another questioning look from Johnny.

So try the numbers out for yourself: 5745552377 or 8077555282.

Go dancing

There are some instances in-game where you will get to show off V’s dance moves but sometimes you just get the urge to dance out of nowhere and one Night City location will welcome you at any time.

Located in Watson, Totentanz is a club often frequented by gangs and where you will find some neo-death metal music if that’s something you enjoy.

Additionally, you can head to another Watson club known as Riot which you will attend for two missions anyway. These are both locations where you can dance your heart out to some of Cyberpunk 2077’s epic music.

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Hit the arcade machines

Cyberpunk 2077 is home to many arcade machines and you can even insert a coin and play some yourself.

Some available to play are a DOOM clone as well as Roach Race which is of course inspired by The Witcher 3’s Geralt of Rivia’s famous horse.

Additionally, players can play Trauma Drama which will reward them with a Trauma Team outfit and mini AV that you can find chilling in their flat according to one Reddit user.

Get a secret bike

Driving around Night City is something you will spend a lot of time doing so it’s important that you are driving the best looking vehicles available.

That is why one hidden bike, known as the Nazare Itsumade, is not one to miss out on even if it is, in fact, easily missable.

To get it, you will have to complete The Highwayman quest which can be accessed via a weapon shop near the Petrochem dam.

Once you have completed the quest, you will gain access to the neon-tinted bike complete with demon eyes.

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Pay your respects

Last but not least, added after the events of the Cyberpunk Edgerunners anime, players will get the chance to visit memorials of the show’s characters.

This includes memorials dedicated to David Martinez, Gloria Martinez, Kiwi, Rebecca, Pilar, Dorio, and Maine - and each includes a little epitaph which is bound to bring a tear to your eye.

The tributes can be found in and around the Columbarium in North Oak, Westbrook.

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Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red, PC, Xbox, PlayStation