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Cyberpunk 2077 fans find hidden room after 700 hours

Cyberpunk 2077 fans find hidden room after 700 hours

Very sneaky

Cyberpunk 2077 fans have found themselves blown away by the discovery of a hidden room, found by one player after almost 700 hours of exploring Night City.

If you've played Cyberpunk 2077 you'll know it's not exactly a small game, and there are a ton of secrets to uncover across Night City.

But just when we think we've seen everything there is to see, someone comes along and blows our minds with a new discovery.

Over on Reddit, user AlrightGuyUK detailed how they uncovered a super secret room designed to pay tribute to Johnny Silverhand (played by future Sonic The Hedgehog star Keanu Reeves, of course).

The process of finding and accessing the room is about as convoluted as you'd expect, mostly because it involves a hidden code that you might not even have access to if you didn't buy a physical copy of the game.

As AlrightGuyUK explains, you'll want to go to the lower area of the market in Kabuki. Near the small booth with a clothes vendor, there's a locked garage door. Approach it and Johnny will appear, and ask you to try and open it.

If you enter the code “605185” on the keypad, the door will open and you’ll enter a secret lair. if you sit on the couch and turn the TV on, Johnny will play a song while the screen cycles through the developers at CD Projekt RED who worked on Cyberpunk 2077. Unbelievably awesome.

Apparently the code to this door is actually on the back of the physical disc box, so I have nothing but respect for the first person who thought to try that out.

While I've no doubt some players were already aware of this particular secret, the fact so many of us can still be stunned by such a discovery after all this time speaks volumes about the magic of Night City.

Featured Image Credit: CD projekt

Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red