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8 Things you didn't know you could do in Cyberpunk 2077

Dan Lipscombe

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8 Things you didn't know you could do in Cyberpunk 2077

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt RED

You could say that Cyberpunk 2077 is in the best state it’s ever been. After a rocky launch, the team at CD Projekt RED has turned the game around and pushed out some amazing updates that give the title a new lease of life. Creating a wonderful world, filled with brilliant characters and plenty of hidden secrets, now is the best time to play.

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Whether you’ve already journeyed to Night City, or whether you’re aiming to start a campaign soon, it’s worth knowing about some of the secrets and interesting features found throughout Cyberpunk 2077.

Find tarot cards

Once V’s biochip is infected, you’ll start to see tarot cards spread out across the city. These cards govern V’s fate and, in some ways, narrate their life. It’s well worth hunting these down in between missions, not only for the completionist in you but also because the artwork on these cards is always gorgeous. Some of the cards are only found after meeting requirements for some of the game’s hidden endings, so the activity will keep you going for quite a while.

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Cyberpunk 2077

Track down rogue AI

One of the first missions you get in Cyberpunk 2077 is via Delamain, an AI taxi service. He tasks you with finding rogue AI cars that have taken on a mind of their own. It’s a pretty funny questline that features some great moments through dialogue and various pop culture mentions. It’s also a great way to see more of the city and the surrounding countryside.

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Roach Race

We wouldn’t have this little easter egg if it weren’t for the anime spin-off, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners. Around the time of release, we got this sweet little arcade game added to Cyberpunk 2077 where you control Roach, the horse from The Witcher 3, as he gallops across a countryside scene. It’s similar to the Google dinosaur game and can be found in the arcades across Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077
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The best car in the game is free

There are quite a few cars to own in Night City, but the best one can be scored for free if you know where to look. Don’t worry if you don’t, I’m about to tell you. First of all, you’re going to need some street cred, around 40 points. Then, you’ll need to complete the Ghost Town main gig. Wait a couple of days after you’re finished and then head back to the cave in the Badlands and follow the path through. You’ll soon discover the Rayfield Caliburn inside a shipping container and it’s yours to keep.

Adopt a cat

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One thing Night City needs is some animals as it’s mostly humans wandering the streets. You can, if you want, adopt a gorgeous kitty. If this sounds appealing, then look no further than outside of V’s apartment. If you leave the apartment, turn left at the door, then follow along to a set of garbage bins. Once you’re here, you’ll find an adorable stray cat. This starts off a mission for V to feed the kitty where it can be adopted and will then be found roaming V’s apartment.

Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077

Find the Fallout Vault

In the southeast of the Badlands, near a long curving road which bisects with a long straight, you can find a lovely little nod to Fallout. It’s here where you’ll notice a few dead civilians near a mock-up of a Vault door from the hit Bethesda series. It looks like the door to Vault 101 is made from plastic and cardboard as these people were LARPing as post-apocalyptic survivors before being mauled by the Badland's roaming enemies.

Blade Runner

One of the biggest inspirations for the whole Cyberpunk sub-genre of sci-fi is, of course, Blade Runner. With its infamous ending of Roy Batty discussing ‘tears in the rain’ as the epic Ridley Scott film draws to a close, CD Projekt RED couldn’t ignore this iconic moment. If you want to see this homage, you’ll need to head to Advocet Hotel in Vista Del Ray where you’ll find a hunched-over figure on the roof holding a bird, emulating those final moments. You can also find a Batty Hotel, which is another nice nod.

Meet the developers

If you want to meet the developers of Cyberpunk 2077, you need to head to a closed shutter door near the Kabuki roundabout. A code is needed to get in, which was originally listed in the physical versions of the game. Don’t worry, we’ve got the code right here - 605185. Once you’re in, you’ll find a sofa facing a big screen. Take a seat and Johnny will start playing the guitar while snapshots of the development team are displayed on the screen. It’s a nice thank you to those who worked hard on the game.

Topics: CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3

Dan Lipscombe
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