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Cyberpunk 2077 player finds mindblowing secret after 600 hours

Cyberpunk 2077 player finds mindblowing secret after 600 hours

Cyberpunk 2077 player finds mindblowing secret after 600 hours

One of the best parts of any RPG is looking around the world and seeing what secrets the developers have hidden within. Now after 600 hours of gameplay, one Cyberpunk 2077 player has discovered a feature that may have gone unnoticed until now.

Cyberpunk 2077 is a large-scale RPG set in the futuristic world of Night City. Featuring hidden signs saying, “Help! Aliens kidnapped my wife and kids. Help me celebrate!” and even a cameo from Batman’s Batmobile, the CD Projekt Red title is full to the brim with things to discover. Now thanks to one player, we may have found an interesting feature for our protagonist, V.

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“Almost 600h in the game and only now discovered this”, the user posted in r/cyberpunkgame alongside a video of V sat on one of the game’s motorbikes. “If you change the camera to 3d person while on/in a vehicle and have a phonecall, V’s face is actually animated when they talk. I honestly didn’t expect this would be the case, discovered purely accidentally.”

As for when this feature was added, the comments can’t seem to agree. “Correct me if I’m wrong but I feel like this was added very recently in 2.0”, said one user. However, another disagreed saying, “It was originally in the game but it was removed fairly early on because they could never get it to work right. I remember it being a problem because V would mouth the words to the songs on the radio.”

Whether this feature has been in Cyberpunk 2077 since it first launched in 2020 or it was added in the recent 2.0 update, it appears as though it is still pretty inconsistent. However, with a game as detailed as this, it isn’t surprising that there would be some issues, especially considering Cyberpunk 2077’s bumpy past.

In related news, Cyberpunk 2077 was recently voted as ‘one of the greatest games ever’ by fans.

Featured Image Credit: CD Projekt Red

Topics: Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red