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Cyberpunk 2077 has an awesome GTA: San Andreas Easter egg

Angharad Redden

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Cyberpunk 2077 has an awesome GTA: San Andreas Easter egg

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red/Rockstar Games

As with any open-world RPG, there are going to be secrets sprinkled throughout whether that is pop culture references or nods to other video game series. The latter seems to be the case for Cyberpunk 2077 after one player recently discovered a Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Easter egg hidden within Night City.

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Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City is home to plenty of secrets. This includes an occasional secret room acting as a homage to the CD Projekt Red development team or features that show the amount of detail the RPG really has. With the title only being 3 years old, there is probably a lot more to discover hidden within and that is the case for one Easter egg that gives a shoutout to the Rockstar classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Check out the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas trailer below!

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Discovered by Youtuber XGarbett, the secret in question is a throwback to an iconic scene in San Andreas. In the video, we see V head to a Night City food vendor found near the Kendal Park fast travel point. As you near the food stand, you will see a customer talking to the waitress and it is what he orders that will prick up the ears of any San Andreas fan. “I’ll have two number-nines, one super-sized, one regular,” the customer says which is exactly what Big Smoke orders in the game’s Drive-Thru scene.

It wasn’t long before the Easter egg spread across social media with Grand Theft Auto fans over the moon to see a reference to a much-loved video game. This is just one of many cross-references to other franchises in Cyberpunk 2077 with others including nods to The Witcher 3, Blade Runner, Star Wars and more.

With the recent news that CD Projekt Red spent over $120 million on fixing Cyberpunk 2077 after its less than successful launch, moments like this remind us it’s worth it. Let us just hope they don’t make the same mistake with the sequel.

Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, Grand Theft Auto, Rockstar Games, CD Projekt Red

Angharad Redden
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