The world of Cyberpunk 2077 is a world of transhumanism, a world where boundaries between human beings and machines are becoming vague and obsolete.
With enough money and if your body can handle it, you can look however you like and be whatever you like.
Cybernetic enhancements are an indispensable part of everyday life in Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 Cyberware Guide
Cyberware Mantis Blades first appeared in the teaser trailer from 2013 (Picture: CD Projekt)
Some enhancements are just fashion accessories, some are tools for everyday work, and some are medical cyberware.
But, the most advanced cyberware available is elevating human capabilities to unthinkable levels by today's standards.
In Cyberpunk 2077 you'll have a plethora of cybernetic enhancements to choose from. All kinds of implants, upgrades, prosthetics, prostheses, and other additions to your body.
You can use them to enhance your performance in various ways, to arm and protect yourself or to simply look cool.
In Cyberpunk 2077, there are three basic categories of cyberware in terms of gameplay: Active, Triggered, and Passive.
- Active - This type of cyberware players can use in a similar manner as weapons and other usable equipment, by taking an appropriate action in order to activate the cyberware, like launching rockets from your hands or bringing out a Mantis Blade.
- Triggered - This type of cyberware activates itself automatically when conditions for its activations are met.
- Passive - This type of cyberware starts working immediately after installation and it is constantly working in the background, by providing passive benefits or functions.
Just like other items in the game, cyberware can be common, unusual, rare, epic, and legendary.
Those of the highest rarity are very expensive and hard to find but offer unique and high-quality features and benefits.
(Picture: CD Projekt RED)
There are 22 slots available in the player's character (V) body for installing cyberware.
Various cyberware goes into different parts of the body where it provides different functions and benefits.
Some cyberware can occupy more than one slot.
The most complex cybernetic and bioware enhancements installation are performed only in specialist branded clinics, but you can also visit some of the black market clinics, which has its benefits but also come with big risks.
Players can install cyberware by visiting Ripperdocs, who usually operate either illegally or in a grey area, and are offering various improvements depending on their reputation and suppliers. Some of them aren't quite reliable, so you must be careful!
- Brain (3 slots)
- Eyes (2)
- Cardiovascular system (3)
- Immune system (2)
- The peripheral nervous system (2)
- Skin (3)
- Operating system (1)
- Skeletal system (2x Hands, 2x Arms, and 2x Legs)
List of all Cyberware
The list of currently known cyberware implants that will be available in Cyberpunk 2077.
Arasaka Mantis Blade (Picture: CD Projekt RED)
- Arasaka Mantis Blades - One of the most famous cyberware in the game. Blades that protrude from V’s forearm which he/she can use in a melee fight. When V is not using them, they are hidden inside the forearm.
It can be used only as a single weapon in one arm, but are often dual-wielded.
It was featured in Cyberpunk 2013 teaser trailer, and in a 48-minute demo from 2018.
- Blood pump - Healing implant, installed in the cardiovascular system slot. It triggers at a certain point and provides better healing.
- Micro-rotors - It is a passive cyberware that improves movement speed and precision. It occupies the nervous system slot.
- Reflex tuners - Triggered cyberware that activates slow motion as soon as your health falls below a critical value.
Arasaka Gorilla Arm (Picture: CD Projekt RED)
- Arasaka Gorilla Arms - Cyberware hands that replace regular hands and vastly improve your strength and endurance. They are equipped with a kinetic energy recovery system. They can be modded in various ways.
- Monowire - A fibre optic lasso in your arm which can be used to cut opponents or enviroment.
- Kerenzikov - This trigger cyberware increases the player's speed when an enemy attack is successfully avoided. To players, it will appear like a slow-motion effect.
(Picture: CD Projekt RED)
- Synlungs - Artificial lungs that are installed in the cardiovascular system and improve the regeneration of your endurance.
- Arasaka Projectile Launch System - Arms cyberware attachment that offers a varied warhead selection to launch from your arms.
Arasaka Projectile Launch System (Picture: CD Projekt RED)
- Kiroshi Optical Scanner MK.I - An optical implant that scans objects to gather basic information and progress quest. Price: 300 eurodollars
- Kiroshi Optical Scanner MK.II - Basic scanner with an upgrade that identifies structural weak points. Price: 800 eurodollars
- Subdermal Grip - Enables use of locked weapons with -50% damage reduction. Increases melee damage. Price: 1200 eurodollars.
We will update this list as more information becomes available.
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