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Cyberpunk 2077 has an adorable hidden Judy encounter you might have missed

Cyberpunk 2077 has an adorable hidden Judy encounter you might have missed

Cyberpunk 2077 players could easily have missed this adorable hidden Judy encounter.

Despite the game coming up to its fourth anniversary, Cyberpunk 2077 is still seemingly full to the brim with secrets, Easter eggs and hidden events - one of which has been uncovered by one Reddit fan who has discovered an adorable encounter with Judy’s abuela.

Like with any open-world RPG, secrets can still be uncovered years after the game’s release. As a result, hidden conversations, main menu Easter eggs and dev secrets are just a few things players have discovered during their playthroughs of Cyberpunk 2077 despite the game entering its fourth year.

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With the CD Projekt RED RPG still in its comeback period after a rough few years, more and more players are checking the game out and with that comes the discovery of more hidden features.

That was certainly the case for one Reddit user over on r/cyberpunkgame who recently came across a cute moment between protagonist V and potential love interest Judy’s abuela (grandmother). At the end of the game (some argue it is before or after the final quest), V will receive a text from her which reads: “So you are the girl who is dating my Ranita (Judy), yes? Interesting.”

As with most Cyberpunk 2077 texts, you will be able to select an answer but the pair go on to have a wholesome conversation regarding V’s intentions towards Judy. However, despite admitting that you have taken part in some terrorist activity, Judy’s abuela seems to give you the seal of approval with her last message reading: “Take good care of my Ranita. I trust you.”

With the event seemingly not triggering for every player, it makes it all the more special to receive. One fan even wrote: “It’s these little worldbuilding details that really set Cyberpunk 2077 apart from some of the other RPGs out there. It doesn't take much, but it does take effort and thought on the devs and project managers. And they nailed it.”

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