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Cyberpunk 2077 player realises after 500 hours we've all been fighting Cyberpyschos wrong

Cyberpunk 2077 player realises after 500 hours we've all been fighting Cyberpyschos wrong

It sometimes takes a stealthy approach

With Night City’s neon-soaked metropolis being the home to all sorts of weird and wonderful events, it is no wonder that players can sink hundreds of hours into Cyberpunk 2077 and still not discover all there is to find.

However, in this case, one player who has racked up 500 hours in Cyberpunk 2077 has recently discovered a new way to take down the game’s pesky Cyberpsychos.

Cyberpsychosis is explored more in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners below!

If you are unfamiliar with the CD Projekt Red title, Cyberpsychosis is a dissociative disorder that develops when a person has undergone too many cybernetic augmentations to the body.

As a result, they are extremely dangerous and volatile and V is tasked with neutralising them around the city pretty early on in the game.

The mission is given to us by Regina Jones who asks us to handle the Cyberpsychos wandering around Night City but would prefer it if they are brought in alive so they can be studied to potentially find a cure.

However, with the foes putting up quite a fight, that can be difficult.

That was seemingly the case for one user over on r/cyberpunkgame who recently discovered that you don’t have to fight them at all but can instead approach them in stealth and knock them out.

“500 [hours] in, and it only just occurred to me to try sneaking up on Cyberpsychos,” they wrote alongside a video of them doing just that.

Although the user then proceeds to execute the target, it can be done non-lethally and is an excellent way to complete the quest line efficiently.

Additionally, there are other ways to handle the Cyberpsychos such as using a Netrunner build to hack into their systems or even finding items or people in the area to stop them in their tracks.

This is just one of the many reasons why Cyberpunk 2077 is now considered as one of the best RPGs of all time.

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red

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