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Cyberpunk 2077 players baffled by hidden room and secret NPC

Cyberpunk 2077 players baffled by hidden room and secret NPC

Night City's Clouds club is hiding a secret

CD Projekt RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 boasts one of my favourite open worlds ever created.

I really didn’t think I’d be saying that upon the game’s release but it’s testament to just how much hard work developers have put in to totally transform Cyberpunk 2077 into the game that was originally promised.

Night City is so exquisitely detailed, and it’s refreshing to journey through an open world that is so densely packed as opposed to venturing through a wide-open landscape.

One CD Projekt RED dev recently came forward to confirm that Night City is indeed still holding secrets that have thus far gone undiscovered by fans.

From secret NPCs to lesser-known endings, fans have been unearthing all kinds of interesting discoveries as of late - and now one player has found a rather perplexing NPC in the Clouds nightclub.

This somewhat baffling discovery was made by Reddit user Oppoijaegr who wrote, “I was doing Clouds as per usual in my playthrough, and while scouring the cameras to tag enemies and whatnot, I saw an NPC highlighted gold in one of the booths (Booth Four).”

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“It's not a booth you can enter, scanning it didn't incite any dialogue or anything, and I couldn't seem to find anyone mentioning it elsewhere,” they continued.

“It doesn't even have a name that pulls up - it just stands there. Some sort of reference I don't get lol? A glitch only I've seen? It looks like a completely custom model, have not seen that hair on a male body type.”

Take a look at the mystery figure below.

“I just finished this mission and saw the same thing, but they were lying down, in the room right next to six,” added marasovsqueefsguard, implying that the placement of the NPC is intentional.

“Just another doll waiting for a customer,” suggested jl_theprofessor.

It seems as if most rooms in Clouds actually have these invisible NPCs placed inside, which could prove that perhaps some content was cut from this section of the game?

The more boring explanation is simply that they’re placed there so the rooms look occupied when players bring up the scanner.

It would certainly be interesting to hear the definitive answer from CD Projekt RED.

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt RED

Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red