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Cyberpunk 2077 is a dystopian future game where you play as V in Night City. The game was made by CD Projekt Red. The game is based on Cyberpunk universe created by Mike Pondsmith. Keanu Reeves has an in-game character in the game.

Cyberpunk 2077: Patch 1.21 Before vs After (Police A.I.)

Comparison of Patch 1.21 and Patch 1.20 of Cyberpunk 2077. One of the major changes in Patch 1.21 is the NPC Police A.I. and their behavior if V is hidden in out of sight. In addition, video shows some of the things that Cd Projekt Red has fixed and not fixed since the first version of Cyberpunk 2077. Included are two locations that car pathing issues causes cars to rampage and crash into concrete barriers. In addition, the speeding along edges tricks has been fixed. Gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.2: Before vs After (10 Examples)

10 Examples showing what was fixed and what was not in Patch 1.2 update for Cyberpunk 2077. CD Projekt Red promised many game updates to fix all the problems in Cyberpunk 2077, and now they have release Update patch 1.2. Many things were actually fixed but some of them not documented in the patch notes. Video shows you 10 examples of areas that were fixed and areas that was left untouched.
1) Rando Coronado Public Highschool Sinkhole
2) Missing texture of freeway near Arasaka Tower
3) Going South of the Border Wall
4) Nigth City misspelling fixed (Now Correctly spelled Night City)
5) Katana Flying Trick
6) Slide Off Building for God Mode
7) Using Car Door to go through walls
8) Cars crash through concrete barriers
9) Spelling Mistakes with two Megabuilding H11
19) Using Motorcycle to go through NCART Metro gates

Katana Flying Glitch (Patch 1.2) in Cyberpunk 2077

How to Fly with Invisible Katana Trick in Patch 1.2 of Cyberpunk 2077. During a recent update to version 1.2 of Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red removed the ability to use an invisible Katana to fly up tall buildings. However, there is another way to switch to an invisible Katana. Video shows how to restore the ability to fly in Cyberpunk 2077 by combining sheath and switching weapons button combinations. Note that this video is made specifically for Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.2 on PlayStation 5 (PS5 console), but also works with any gaming platform. For consoles, it is hard to quickly press R2 button repeatedly to fly, so what you can do is customize the button layout by switching O button for R2 button and then use pencil to roll over the O button.

How To Fly in Cyberpunk 2077 (Before Patch 1.2): On Consoles (Top of MegaBuilding 10)

Learn How To Fly on Consoles and see V flying up to the top of MegaBuilding 10 in the game Cyberpunk 2077. It is possible for V to be flying by having the right equipment and the correct button presses. No special implants required and you can do it on PS5, PS4, and even Xbox consoles running Cyberpunk 2077. The only requirement is that you have any Katana and another melee weapon. Video is a tutorial on how to switch to an invisible Katana that allows you to fly in any direction you are pointed. Included is a way to easily fly by using custom button layouts (R2 switched with O Button) and a pen rolling on the O button for quick presses. Finally, see V go to the bottom of MegaBuilding 10, and then fly to the top of the building, and sliding down onto the streets below from the top. Walkthrough on Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Reach Mexico (Patch 1.2) in Cyberpunk 2077

How to get to Mexico (out of map) by going south of the border wall in Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.2. Originally in earlier versions of Cyberpunk 2077, you can find a hole under the wall to climb through, but in Patch 1.2, the holes were blocked. Video shows another method to go to Mexico by driving a car at a specific spot close to the eastern end of the southern border wall. After exiting the car (opening door), you should clip though. Later in the video, see a lake reflecting the Milky Way galaxy, the moon, and many stars. Finally, see the end of the flat world. Gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Get Out of Map (Out of Night City) Before Patch 1.2 in Cyberpunk 2077

Get Out of Night City (Out of Map) in Cyberpunk 2077. There is a wall surrounding some parts of Night City, but by finding a secret location, you can actually go past the wall (by going under it) at a tricky spot. Video shows how to get money by selling stuff, buy a cheap car (Galena G240), and then travel outside of Night City by going outside of map. Note that you need to be able to access the southern part of the map, so you must have already played past the point of seeing Keanu Reeves (or play past Act 2). There are very strange cliffs near the edge of the world of Cyberpunk 2077, and this video shows a major part of it. Gameplay from PlayStation 5 version of Cyberpunk 2077.

Secret Door Codes in Cyberpunk 2077

Three Secret Door Codes for game Cyberpunk 2077. Opening the first secret door (by entering 0214 on the door panel), allows you to get a free Nazare "Itsumade" Motorcycle. Feb 14 is also Valentines day (0214). This iconic motorcycle is one of the best bikes in the game Cyberpunk 2077 and you can get it without going through "The Highwayman" side job. Location is in Watson near the "All Foods Plant" fast travel point. The second secret door is located near Westbrook Market and is high above on floor 21: Balcony. Video shows the code 2906 needed to unlock the gate so you can get the free loot inside. The third secret door is located in Watson near the "Metro: Med Center" fast travel point. Once you get near the door, Gig: "Troublesome Neighbors" starts. The door is across from the arcade. This door is does not open even if you scan and choose "Remote Deactivation". It will become unpowered afterwards. You can reload and this time, examine the mini-map to find the opposite side of the room the door is in front of. You can then use a car door to get inside that room (a Foodscape store). Gameplay is from Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Secret Apartments (Unused Assets) in Cyberpunk 2077

One Apartment has secret loot inside, but has metal wires covering windows and an unpowered door. Another apartment has a door that can't be opened, but you can go inside via the windows. Both of these apartments are in Watson district of Cyberpunk 2077. Perhaps these apartments are unused assets that allows V to purchase them as extra apartments in Cyberpunk 2077, but became cut content later on. Video shows how to use Car door (on Truck) to get inside 2nd floor of the secret Apartment shown in beginning of video, even if you are playing on consoles. Note that if a car is on a truck, only the right side door can open. That is why the Caliburn was parked backwards on top of the truck (to easily open passenger side door). The truck is the largest in the game as is very handy to reach second floor of buildings. Gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Another Secret Room (Early Access) in Cyberpunk 2077: Adam Smasher Secret Room Door Code Bypassing

How to Enter a Secret Room Early In Cyberpunk 2077 by bypassing a door code requirement. In the endgame, there is an ending where you fight Adam Smasher and after you defeat him, you get an access token to Adam Smasher's secret room on a docked EBUNIKE ship. Video shows an alternative route to get on the ship and enter his secret room. The trick is to scan on the door panel where you normally enter a 6 digit code. After scanning you can use the remote deactivation feature on the door panel. If you know the door code, leave it in the comments of this video. Afterwards, go inside Adam Smasher's secret room and get all his loot and weapons. Read the shards and examine his body armor located inside a glass booth. In addition, there is a secret hidden news article displayed on a computer screen on the desk. If you have already finished the game (or if you are able to defeat Adam Smasher early), you can use the Adam Smasher token to get a Ba Xing Chong shotgun blueprint lying on the floor. Gameplay on Cyberpunk 2077 for Playstation 5 (PS5).

Hidden Room in Secret Tunnel of Cyberpunk 2077

There is a Hidden Room inside a Secret Underground Tunnel in Cyberpunk 2077. Video shows how to enter the secret tunnel located just northeast of Japantown in Watson district of Cyberpunk 2077. To get to the area, you need to drive to the streets east of Westbrook (or near Panam's apartment), and then go northwest to the big door blocking the tunnel. The front door does not open, but there is a secret way to get through the door via a side entrance. Once inside the tunnel, V can force open two doors near the entrance. A motorcycle ride is then taken to see where the tunnel leads. The tunnel (the middle section) is secret because you can't see it or walk in it in gameplay (not even in a cutscene). Near the end of the secret tunnel is a 3 story complex that comes with a maintenance room and a Cyberencabulator near the top. Finally go inside an upper hidden room inside the round area of the secret underground tunnel. The end of the tunnel actually leads close to the Arasaka Tower as you can hear the broadcasts near the upper street level. Gameplay and walkthrough on Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Secret Underground Room in Cyberpunk 2077: Underneath Night City

There are many secret rooms underneath Night City buildings in Cyberpunk 2077. One secret underground room is under Arasaka Tower. It is the place where V exits the tunnel boring machine and leads to rooms with robotic arms. In addition the room is very close to the area where V faces Adam Smasher for the final time. Video shows how to get into Arasaka Tower using a car and then slide down to the underground rooms. From there, V can see the tunnel boring machine still spinning and actually go behind it to look around. Finally V traverses all the rooms and goes to the final elevator. Gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Enter Arasaka Tower Early in Cyberpunk 2077: Access Roof, Saburo, CEO, Jungle, and All Atrium Floors

Enter Arasaka Tower anytime you want in Cyberpunk 2077. By going inside the Jungle floor using a secret route (by flying), you can go inside Arasaka Tower and visit the following floors: CEO, Upper Atrium, Jungle, and Atrium floors. Some floors have multiple levels, and you can also see them in this video. In addition, go on the roof of Arasaka Tower and peek down the special glass roof, and enter Saburo's office that was in a flashback playing as Johnny Silverhand. Saburo Arasaka is the father of Yorinobu Arasaka. Note that while Saburo's office is at Arasaka Tower, Yorinobu's penthouse is at a different Konpeki Plaza building. Cyberpunk 2077 is an ambitious game that has many vertical levels in buildings, and Arasaka Tower is a good example of multiple floors inside a building that V can go inside of. Gameplay on Cyberpunk 2077 for PS5 (PlayStation 5).

Skydiving and More Secrets in Cyberpunk 2077

V Skydiving and other interesting secrets in Cyberpunk 2077. Find out what it looks like inside the billionaire's house. Get the Batmobile from Batman (Murk Man's Rayfield Caliburn, the fastest car in the game). See the sky forest and the corner of Cyberpunk 2077 world. Go to the Oil Rigs and oil slicks out in the desert. Play ping pong with cars and motorcycles. Also, get on the largest ship (boat) in the game. Gameplay and walkthrough on CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Westbrook Casino (Cut Content) in Cyberpunk 2077: Unused Assets and Future DLC

Found a Casino or Resort located behind walls in Westbrook area of Cyberpunk 2077. This could be Cut Content that may be released as a Future DLC (Downloadable Content) as it is an unused asset hidden in the game. Normally, you are teleported far away if you get too close to the house. By using a car and walking to the place in a certain direction, you can get close enough to build a car staircase. Once sliding down on to the luxurious compound, you can travel near the steel basement of the Billionaire's House and fly up using a katana. From there, you can see all the deck chairs, counter stools, outside lounge, palm trees, empty unfurnished rooms, and cut features of a secret Billionaire's house. Gameplay from Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 5 (PS5).

Secret Underground Tunnel in Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 has Cut Content of a Secret Underground Tunnel that is most likely for the Nomad Lifepath. V and Jackie normally tries to go through the border patrol in an early mission. However, in the desert underneath some piles of metal plates hides a hidden tunnel that allows anyone to travel under the southern wall of Cyberpunk 2077. Video shows how to go underneath the wall, travel to a red marker on the map (tunnel entrance), and then driving a motorcycle through the entire tunnel. Both the source and destination of the secret tunnel is covered by metal plates. CD Projekt Red probably wanted to use this tunnel for getting through the border, but the whole tunnel was cut when the game Cyberpunk 2077 needed to be released ahead of time. Note that a motorcycle is needed to get into the hidden tunnel, and the technique is shown in detail. This is a gameplay and walkthrough video of Cyberpunk 2077 on Playstation 5 (PS5).

Secret Developer Rooms in Cyberpunk 2077

Enter 3 Secret Rooms left by CD Projekt Red for you to find in Cyberpunk 2077. Two of them are official room made by the programmers and developers at CD Projekt Red. One of them has their pictures and while showing them, Johnny will play the guitar. The second secret room has their names inscribed on two panels on the wall. The last room is a museum room that is dedicated to the 12,000 Arasaka employees in the old ruins of Arasaka Tower. Cyberpunk 2077 has many areas that are closed behind a panel that you need to enter codes to open. Two of them are shown in this video, along with the code needed to enter them. That last one requires a vehicle to enter. Lastly, get a top down view of the last room from outside. Gameplay from Cyberpunk 2077 on PlayStation 5 (PS5).

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