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This is the walkthrough of Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty 's You Know My Name , the seventh mission in the expansion. The Black Sapphire is the impenetrable fortress that Kurt Hansen calls home—this ninety-nine-story-high former luxury hotel is the palace where he can play King of Dogtown.
Guarded from top to bottom by the best equipped BARGHEST soldiers Hansen has in his hands, infiltrating the Black Sapphire is no easy task, but it is one you must do to rescue Songbird out of the clutches of one of Night City's most ruthless crime lord.
When ready to infiltrate the Black Sapphire, reach the objective marker and enter the flooded tunnels.
- Be careful of explosive mines planted around the tunnels. You can disable them using your Technical Ability from a close distance.
Open the sewer gate and proceed down the tunnels. When you come out of the other side of the van, you'll come across a partially flooded room. The entrance to the other side of the tunnels is in the back of this room.
The objective will change to "Find a way to progress," at some point in the tunnels. In a room with a car platform, look for a ladder you can access by swimming through a small opening under the water.
- Climb up and press the brake release button to lower the platform.
- Get up on that same platform and press the other button to lower the second platform to access the vent.
- Get through the vent and climb the first ladder until you reach the top. You'll need to jump to the second ladder to climb to the top.
Once you reach the warehouse (hostile area), you'll want to proceed with the mission through stealth and not alert a single enemy to achieve a positive response.
- Fighting the enemy head-on will result in a negative outcome with Reed for future missions.
Inside the Black Sapphire
There is an exit vent you can immediately access if you have at least Level 15 in Technical Ability . This vent will make it easier to kill the guard above without alerting the other one below.
- Plenty of disposal units are available from here on out to dump the bodies of enemies you've killed to avoid suspicions from patrolling guards.
Once you've removed the two guards, connect to the CCTV using the security computer. Cycle through the cameras and find Reed. He will be highlighted in yellow outlines.
Open the gate in front of Reed when looking through the camera by scanning it or pressing the appropriate button when prompted.
Before leaving, it is recommended to turn off the surveillance system by accessing the Local Network tab through the same computer.
When you're done accessing the computer, three guards will be on the level below you. Quickly get rid of them to access the elevator. Pick their bodies up for safety measures and throw them in any of the dumpsters next to you.
Take the elevator to the maintenance level, neutralize the sniper, and use his vantage point to keep an eye on Reed.
Again, you'll want to complete this objective through 100% stealth to achieve the mission's positive response.
- The three potential threats you need to scan are the patrolling guards, the surveillance cameras, and the elevator shaft on the left side of the building.
- You can also scan the sniper above the platforms further down to the left.
- Next, scan the container bridge behind you to confirm the meeting spot. Before telling Reed to go, notify him of the nearby explosive mine.
To alert Reed of any immediate threats, simply scan them using your Kiroshi optics, or in the case of enemies, use the sniper to kill them when isolated.
The motion sensor after the first two guards needs to be disabled. Scan the power cables to identify the generator several floors above, then use the sniper to destroy it.
The next threat is the two guards sitting in the middle. Reed will remove the one behind the wall and give you a countdown when you need to kill the guard to the left.
However, if you use the nearby camera, you scan a safer path below, allowing Reed to move forward without killing any guards.
- Halfway through, one of the guards will lean against the railing, making it impossible for Reed to progress. Don't use the sniper to kill him; shoot the stack of crates or the AC behind him to distract them both.
- You can also use your Hacks to distract them through the cameras as well.
Once he makes it to the elevator shaft, wait until the three patrolling soldiers pass him and kill the sniper on the balcony before he spots Reed and alerts the rest of the guards.
There will be a section after the elevator platform where you won't see the guards blocking Reed's path. Cycle through the surveillance system until you access the camera above Reed. Tag the soldier behind the wall and use the sniper to shoot through him through it.
- You can also remotely activate the speaker behind the guard to distract him.
Two BARGHEST Soldiers will come up from the service elevator near the container bridge and deal with them before they hear or spot Reed.
Once you clear the final pathway, you'll detach the Rasetsu Iconic Sniper from the mount and join Reed across the bridge.
Take the elevator to the laundry room and equip the Stylish Suit in the bag.
- There is a mirror nearby that you can use to change your facial expression if you like.
Attending the Party
After changing into the suit, follow the objective marker to the party's central floor.
You can join Reed at the bar or survey the room using your Kiroshi optics to scan the many VIP guests here, including Deputy Mayor Weldon Holt , the NCPD Commissioner , Reverend Colver , mobsters, and Kurt Hansen himself.
You can also find Mr. Hands upstairs. After talking to him, he will send you a text that varies depending on your approach when infiltrating inside.
- If you managed to go 100% stealth, he would say that Hansen and the BARGHEST appear unaware of the security breach.
After talking to Reed by the bar, you'll shortly receive a text from Songbird to look up to the mezzanine above you. The conversation with Songbird will lead to the fact she's dying from the Blackwall and that Hansen has the cure.
- Midway through the conversation, Hansen will show up. It's best to shake his hand here to avoid further suspicion.
Once they all leave, you can speak to Songbird via the Relic again. She'll inform you that Hansen has a tech he found beneath Dogtown that can access the neural matrix—the cure for both her and V.
You'll need to find the two runners she mentioned somewhere inside the Black Sapphire. Speak to Reed at the bar at the end of the hallway. He suspects Songbird made a deal with Hansen to access the secret tech in exchange for a hit on the NUSA President.
Inform Reed about Songbird's plan by sharing the data shard she gave you earlier.
The redhead twins you need to impersonate are behind Reed playing roulette.
- Alex will transfer 80,000 Eddies to buy some chips, but you can purchase more for a max of 100,000 Eddies.
- Go to the other side of the table and join the game, betting on either red or black.
Reed will go MIA, so you'll have to scan both independently.
Avoid being too forward with your responses; try to keep things down the middle. Once you get Aurore to above 80% calibration, you'll need to get on her brother's good side by agreeing with him; this will cause him to warm up and start chatting.
Here is the correct order we chose to obtain both 100% scans and the entire winning pot:
- Join game | Feelin' lucky about black.
- How's it going?
- Buy drinks | What's your poison?
- Same as the lady.
- Bet on red.
- Conscience ain't spotless, that's sure.
- Bet on black | Didn't mean to break your flow.
- Bet on black | You're unique, stick out from the crowd.
- Psychoanalysis - hobby of yours?
- Can't say I know him all that well.
- Bet on black.
- Charmin' little show.
- Owning Dogtown's one helluva bargaining tool.
- Bet on red | Can tell you got somethin' on the tip of your tongue.
- Have a taste for risk?
- All or nothin' - whaddaya say?
- Professional thief.
Hansen will confront you at the table shortly after the roulette game. He will offer you a chance to leave the building without casualties. He also reveals that Songbird came to him willingly, proving that Reed's theory about her was correct.
- Before leaving, cash out your wins at the booth first.
- If you've done Lizzy Wizzy's sidequests beforehand, you'll have extra dialogues when talking to her by the bar on the way out—she'll also give you her Amiki Sound Cutter Iconic BD headset .
Get in the elevator and get to the lobby; a BARGHEST soldier will escort you and Reed out of the Black Sapphire. Once outside, talk to Reed to finish the quest.
The following quest, Birds With Broken Wings , will start when Reed calls you after one day.
- Both Songbird and Alex will text you after the mission is complete. The latter will also leave you the BD from Lizzy Wizzy's Black Sapphire Show in your Megabuilding H10 apartment in Watson .
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Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty You Know My Name walkthrough
How to stealth your way in and out of the Black Diamond.
You Know My Name is the seventh main mission in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty and your goal is to stealthily infiltrate Hansen's gala at the Black Diamond in search of Songbird.
Although the stealth part is optional, it's recommended not to shoot the place up on your way to the party if you want an easier infiltration time (and a pat on the back from Solomon Reed).
To help you through every part of this story mission, we've got a complete You Know My Name walkthrough for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty below, including how to identify all immediate threats to Reed , and the correct netrunner roulette choices .
On this page:
- How to proceed down the tunnels
- How to identify all immediate threats to Reed
- Where to find Songbird
- Correct netrunner roulette choices
How to proceed down the tunnels during You Know My Name in Phantom Liberty
When you're ready to start 'You Know My Name', put on the Tactical Diving Suit Alex gave you from the 'Outfits' section of your equipable inventory. This suit ensures V can breathe underwater without an oxygen bar, and won't take any toxic damage while swimming.
We also recommend your bring a gun with a silencer, like the 'Her Majesty' pistol that Alex gave you.
When you're ready to start your infiltration mission, head to the marker in the middle of Dogtown and force open the blue door. Keep going until you get to the flooded tunnels, then enter the water and dive to proceed.
It's a bit murky under the water, so here's directions on how to proceed down the tunnels :
- Keep going forward until you can't anymore, then take a left towards the red mine in the distance.
- Either get close enough to disarm this first mine, or stick to the right to avoid it
- Open the yellow hatch to the right of the first mine.
- Go through the hatch, then disarm the second mine on the right.
- Open the van door, exit through the back, then follow the red cable up into the half-flooded room.
- Go to the corner with a Datashard on a table, then take the path directly opposite this Datashard and dive back into the water.
- Go towards the third mine, disarm it, then go through the hole beside it.
- In the next half-flooded room, dive under the ladder behind the grid fencing to get to it.
- Climb the ladder then press the red break release button.
- Climb onto the lowered platform, then press the next red break release button.
- Crouch to the next lowered platform and through the vent.
- Climb the ladder, then jump to the next ladder leading up.
There are two warehouse guards in the next room: one upstairs and one downstairs. Kill the one upstairs first with a silenced weapon so you don't alert them, then deal with the guard downstairs. The 'Her Majesty' pistol can kill each guard with one headshot.
Connect to the CCTV through the security computer near the first guard's location, flick through the cameras to find Reed, then look at the gate with the camera to unlock it for Reed when he asks.
On your way to the elevator, three guards emerge, but we alerted them and it didn't lead to any alarms being raised. So feel free to use whatever method you want to get rid of them - stealth or not.
Once they're dead, ride the elevator and keep walking to find the sniper. Neutralise them, then take control of their sniper's nest to start the next stealth section with Reed.
How to identify all immediate threats to Reed during You Know My Name in Phantom Liberty
This next sniper section is the hardest to get right, as if you make one wrong move, all of the guards are alerted and you will fail at keeping this a stealth mission.
To help you out if you want a full stealth run, here's a step-by-step guide on how to identify all immediate threats to Reed :
- Scan the mine directly in front of Reed.
- Scan the guards closest to Reed.
- Scan any camera.
- Scan the container bridge on the left-hand side to find the meeting point.
- Aim at the patrol coming towards Reed.
- Shoot the power box above the red sensor door to open the passage for Reed.
- Shoot the guard on the left when Reed counts to one.
- Aim at the guards coming down in the central elevator.
- Aim at the sniper on the balcony to the elevator's left, then headshot the sniper.
- Aim at the guard walking towards Reed near the elevator.
- Switch to the third camera and tag the guard blocking Reed's progress.
- Switch back to the sniper nest and headshot the tagged guard.
- Aim at the guards coming from the container bridge direction.
- Headshot the guard on the left first, then the one in front to deal with the incoming guards.
Once Reed has passed through, you'll exit the sniper nest view and pull the gun off to keep - and it's a pretty good one if you're in need of a decent silenced sniper rifle.
Follow Reed and get changed into your sparkly party clothes, then follow him again to enter the party.
Where to find Songbird during You Know My Name in Phantom Liberty
You can join Reed at the bar immediately if you want to get going with the mission as soon as possible, but we recommend mingling at the gala if you want to meet some old and new acquaintances first.
Once you're done exploring, go back to Reed at the bar and after speaking with him your objective is to 'enjoy the party until Songbird makes contact'. If you've been around the whole room - top and bottom floors - Songbird should contact you almost immediately. If not, walk around and explore areas you haven't been to first.
Once she contacts you, you'll find Songbird on the balcony above where Hansen is sitting.
Correct netrunner roulette choices during You Know My Name in Phantom Liberty
After speaking with Songbird, Reed, and Hansen, go find Reed at the bar. Then, buy some casino chips for your upcoming roulette game. Although you only need to buy 80,000 eddies worth, we recommend purchasing the full 100,000, just incase you make a few bad bets too many.
You can watch Lizzy Wizzy's performance before speaking with Reed at the bar, but don't worry if you missed it, as there's a BD of the show waiting for you back at V's apartment in Watson when the mission is over.
There are a few different ways to successfully play roulette with the netrunners Aurore and Aymeric, but the choices below are what we picked to leave with 100% scans of the twins, and 40,000 eddies profit.
With that in mind, here's the correct netrunner roulette choices during You Know My Name :
- Feelin’ lucky about black.
- How's it going?
- (Buy drinks) What's your poison?
- Same as the lady.
- Bet on black.
- Conscience ain't spotless, that's sure.
- (Bet on red) Seems I interrupted something just now.
- (Bet on black) You're unique, stick out from the crowd.
- Psychoanalysis - hobby of yours?
- Can't say I know him all that well.
- Bet on red.
- Charmin' little show.
- Owning Dogtown's one hell of a bargaining tool.
- (Bet on red) Can tell you got somethin' on the tip of your tongue.
- Have a taste for risk?
- All or nothin' - whaddaya say?
- V, merc from the Afterlife.
As we mentioned above, there are other dialogue paths you can take to getting full scans on both twins while winning money at the roulette table, so you might be able to profit more if you bet on different colours - but this is what safely worked for us.
After the twins leave and you have a small talk with Hansen, go cash out your winnings, then leave the party. You might want to speak with some new partygoers on your way out though, with Lizzy Wizzy having the most significant dialogue. If you've worked with her before, Lizzy will even give you an item of headgear if you comment on it.
Once you've left the party, all you have to do now is follow the quest to its conclusion in order to complete 'You Know My Name'.
For more help in Dogtown, check out our pages on how to get all Phantom Liberty endings , Tarot Card locations , and the Voodoo Treasure location .
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Andrew Lloyd Webber Plays the Hits
The composer assumed the role of “D.J. Webz” for the after-party following the reopening of “The Phantom of the Opera.”
By Shane O’Neill
It was the reopening night of “The Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway, and Andrew Lloyd Webber was D.J.-ing the after-party.
From a booth built earlier that day on 44th Street in Manhattan, Mr. Lloyd Webber, the play’s composer, whose career has lasted decades and who has won four Tonys and an Oscar, mixed music, clapped on all four beats, waved his hands in the air, and bobbed his head before a crowd gathered outside. (He was sporting paprika-hued Beats by Dre headphones for the occasion.)
The party followed the first performance of “Phantom” since the pandemic began, which was attended by Laura Linney, Joel Grey, several contestants of “The Bachelorette,” some “Real Housewives of New York” and Senator Chuck Schumer.
Outside the theater after the show, throngs of “Phantom of the Opera” devotees — known as “phans” — hoisted their phones to capture the 73-year-old composer playing D.J. as costumed cast members danced and lip synced on the Majestic Theater’s balcony behind him.
Mr. Lloyd Webber followed the “Phantom” theme with the Baha Men’s “Who Let the Dogs Out,” perhaps an oblique reference to Mojito, his new black Havanese. The dog, sadly, had to stay home in England with Mr. Lloyd Webber’s two Turkish Van cats.
“Mojito had his hair cut today,” Mr. Lloyd Webber said at a pre-party at Barbetta, an Italian restaurant on 46th Street. “He’s not very happy.”
Mr. Lloyd Webber, on the other hand, was effusive about what he jokingly called his “new career” as a D.J., saying that the night’s set was just a warm-up before his “big gig in Ibiza.”
The spectacle of Andrew Lloyd Webber as D.J. was novel to the point of unbelievable, but his daughter Bella Lloyd Webber, who manages his social media accounts, insisted he was doing more than just hitting play.
“He’s mixing,” she told me as she edited a video for the composer’s TikTok account on her phone behind the D.J. booth. “Lightly mixing, but mixing.”
As he played a set that included a remix of “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini,” the crowd mostly gawked and recorded videos.
“I bet no other Broadway composer has done this!” shouted Madeleine Lloyd Webber, Mr. Webber’s wife, as she danced in the street. “You’re watching D.J. Webz,” she added, helpfully spelling out her husband’s nom de guerre as Lady Gaga’s “Rain On Me” blared. “We definitely want her to do one of our shows one day,” she said.
On the other side of the platform, Leah McSweeney of “The Real Housewives of New York City” popped bubble gum and bopped along to the music in a short leopard print dress.
Ms. McSweeney, who was accompanied by her mother, Bunny, said at intermission that the show was making her want to date again. “It’s very sexy,” she said. “The Phantom’s hot.”
A fellow castmate on “The Real Housewives,” Luann de Lesseps, was also at the show.
Inspired by the production’s set design, she said, “I wish I had that many curtains,” as she left the show.
The crowd outside the theater resembled a goth-themed prom, with phans decked out in velvet gowns, burgundy-and-black tuxedos and full-on Phantom cosplay.
“The Phantom of the Opera,” which was adapted from a 1910 novel by Gaston Leroux, remains the biggest musical by at least a couple of measures: longest-running on Broadway, largest orchestra currently on Broadway.
The musical features a love triangle among Christine, an opera ingénue, her suitor Raoul and the Phantom, her mysterious svengali and sometimes-captor. While the story is simple — think Persephone meets 42nd Street — the music and costuming are decidedly maximalist.
Phans seeking to emulate the romantic ruffles, lace and capes from the show have spurred a cottage industry of fabric designers and fabricators creating garments that mimic specific costumes from the show.
Kara Ritchie, who attended the after-party, boasted that her dress , created by Wenda Lynne Designs, was a facsimile of the gown worn by Christine during the song “The Point of No Return.”
Another attendee, Christina DiCillo, who wore a blue dress constructed by Prima Donna Designer , was seeing the show for the 38th time. She came with her twin sister, Francesca DiCillo — also in costume — who has seen the show only 24 times.
Some audience members had traveled hundreds of miles for the reopening. Emma Rose Lewis, the recently crowned Miss Clayland 2022 , had driven alone from Ohio. She stood near the theater’s entrance, beaming in her sash and tiara, cloaked in a denim coat fringed in rhinestones.
Trevor Fezza, who wore the Phantom’s signature mask and black cape, said that he identified with the title character. “He’s misunderstood, but he has a side that you love,” he said.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the patron saint of earnestness and enthusiasm, also showed up to the pre-party wearing his own plastic phantom mask. Asked which character he most identified with in the show, he said: “These days, I guess the owners of the opera house.”
At the pre-party, Mr. Lloyd Webber’s daughter Imogen wore a Phantom mask decorated with rhinestones. She said that she had procured the mask from Etsy, adding, “Don’t tell Cameron,” gesturing to Cameron Mackintosh, the show’s producer, who was chatting nearby with Curtis Sliwa, who is running for mayor.
Mr. Lloyd Webber’s set lasted about 30 minutes, but he managed to squeeze in two different remixes of the “Phantom” theme. Then, like the Phantom himself, he seemingly vanished from the party.
Mike Borowski, a press agent for the show who is also a D.J. on Fire Island, took over, closing his set around 11:30 p.m. with Donna Summer’s “Last Dance.”
By midnight, traffic had returned to 44th Street and things were seemingly back to normal on the block outside the theater. For those who viewed the return of “The Phantom of the Opera” to Broadway as a symbol of New York’s recovery, back to normal actually seemed pretty special.
An earlier version of this article misspelled the surname of an attendee at the reopening of "The Phantom of the Opera." He is Joel Grey, not Joel Gray.
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How to get Lizzy Wizzy's headgear - Cyberpunk 2077
Find out how to acquire Lizzy Wizzy's iconic Amikiri Sound Cutter headset in Cyberpunk 2077.
While Dogtown introduces a handful of new characters for players to meet, there is one familiar face from the main game that makes an appearance in the Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty expansion. That character is Lizzy Wizzy, the chrome pop star voiced by the real-life pop star, Grimes. Lizzy is introduced during the Violence side job and has returned for a special cameo in Phantom Liberty. Players can now find Lizzy wearing the Amikiri Sound Cutter, a wicked headset designed by Japanese artist IKEUCHI for Phantom Liberty that players can claim for themselves during their time in Dogtown.
How to get the Lizzy Wizzy headgear
Players can encounter Lizzy Wizzy during the main questline of Phantom Liberty in the job titled “You Know My Name.” The mission takes players to a nightclub inside the Black Sapphire in Dogtown, where Lizzy is slated to perform at a special shindig hosted by Hansen. Here are the general steps for getting Lizzy’s headgear:
- Begin the Phantom Liberty main gig You Know My Name.
- Play through the mission until you are told to leave the Black Sapphire.
- Find Lizzy Wizzy at the bar.
- Speak with Lizzy about her style.
The quest initially involves seeking out Songbird at the club. After doing so, a flashy show will begin on the main stage by none other than the metallic maven herself, Lizzy Wizzy. She will be wearing the headgear during the performance, so you can’t acquire it just yet. You will be tasked with playing a few rounds of roulette following the show. Once finished at the roulette table, you will be told to leave the Black Sapphire through the lobby .
After cashing out, pass by the bar to find Lizzy Wizzy standing beside her bodyguard, Avi. She has taken off her headgear, and it is now sitting on the bar counter behind her. Now is your chance to speak with Lizzy before leaving.
When you approach Lizzy, you will have several dialogue options available. To get the headgear, make sure to say, “ Love your style, really interesting .” Lizzy responds by giving you the headset because she likes the idea of you being a walking advertisement for her brand. You should now be able to take the Amikiri Sound Cutter off the counter or equip it straight away. You can finish chatting with Lizzy and eavesdrop on her conversation with Avi before leaving the club if you wish.
If you have already met Lizzy during the side job Violence , you can briefly ask about how she has been since then. We are not sure whether completing Violence is necessary for getting the headgear here, however.
The Amikiri Sound Cutter is an iconic headset that is as bold and stylish as Lizzy herself. It's purely cosmetic and takes up V’s entire head, meaning it overrides whatever is being worn on your face, but it’s worth it for such a stylish statement piece. Head over to our Cyberpunk 2077 strategy guide to learn about more collectibles and secrets throughout Dogtown, including a hidden nod to John Wick .
Larryn is a freelance contributor who creates video game guides and reviews for Shacknews and has more than a decade of experience covering games across various outlets. When she's not gaming, Larryn can often be found watering houseplants, playing D&D, or teaching her cats new tricks.
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10 hidden new locations in cyberpunk 2077 phantom liberty dlc & 2.0 update.
Cyberpunk’s map has some great secrets if you know where to look. Here are the coolest hidden locations in the 2.0 update and Phantom Liberty DLC.
- Phantom Liberty DLC introduces the lawless district of Dogtown, controlled by the Barghest gang, with many hidden locations.
- The game also received a free update with vehicular combat and tweaks to the base map, adding more new locations beyond Dogtown.
- Players can now discover interesting hidden areas such as an abandoned garage, Trauma Team HQ, the Badlands Church, and the wreckage of Space Force One.
Cyberpunk 2077 's DLC greatly expands on the base game's original map, including a variety of new hidden locations. Phantom Liberty adds a whole section to Cyberpunk 2077 's map : the lawless district of Dogtown. Once a planned, private resort getaway for Night City's well-to-do luminaries, Dogtown soon fell under the control of Kurt Hansen and his iron-fisted Barghest paramilitary gang. By the time V arrives, high rises and luxury shops are in total disarray, and anyone who isn't part of Barghest's rank and file is forced to live in fear. Their hidden stashes and abandoned apartments make up some of the DLC's most fascinating areas.
However, the DLC does more than just tack on a new area to the pre-existing map. Phantom Liberty was released in conjunction with a free update to Cyberpunk 2077 , bringing a host of new features, including the long-awaited vehicular combat, to the base game. Cyberpunk's base map also saw a number of tweaks in the free update, with new locations added even beyond Dogtown's borders. These are the coolest hidden locations worth searching for, all added to Cyberpunk 2077 as part of the update or the DLC.
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10 i'm in love with my car.
Secreted away inside a Watson warehouse is a hot rod to make Night City's biggest gearheads salivate. The Quadra Type 66 Hoon is part of the hidden side quest " I'm in Love with My Car ," which can only be started by entering the makeshift garage. Scanning the area reveals a chest hidden under some rubble; inside are the keys to this unique car. Its mounted machine guns make it a great way to experience the update's new vehicular combat. The Quadra Type 66 Hoon is Cyberpunk 's tribute to American rally driver Ken Block , who passed away on January 2, 2023.
9 Trauma Team HQ
Phantom Liberty also adds a new arcade-style mini-game: Trauma Team. Players who set a high score in the Contra -esque side-scrolling shooter receive a text inviting them to join the real-life Trauma Team. This unlocks a secret back room of the Night City Medical Center. It's little more than a glorified treasure chest, but players do get a unique Trauma Team uniform and a working model Trauma Team AV, which can be placed in V's apartment.
8 Badlands Church
A small, freestanding church in the Badlands outside Night City harbors a gargantuan secret. Players can enter this nondescript structure in order to find a decidedly unusual bit of decoration for a place of worship: an Arasaka Tower 3D arcade cabinet. They'll have to wait until 4 AM in-game to turn on a nearby laptop and read all its files, after which they can boot up Arasaka Tower . They shouldn't actually play it, though, as they then have to rush to a lone mattress nearby, arriving by 5 AM. V will pass out, and wake up next to Cyberpunk 2077 's Demiurge monster truck.
7 Space Force One Wreckage
The hacking and crash-landing of President Rosalind Myers' flagship spaceplane is a major part of what kicks off the events of Phantom Liberty , but players aren't actually required to visit the wreckage at any point during the campaign. However, V can actually find a smattering of debris in the Badlands outside Dogtown, including the Lifepod Myers landed in and escaped from prior to the events of the DLC. Johnny Silverhand comments on the wreckage, confirming that it came from Space Force One.
6 Reporter's Car
Also hidden in the Badlands outside Dogtown is a micro-quest involving a missing reporter. While wandering around the desert, V may be suddenly attacked by a hostile drone near a burnt-out car. After defeating the drone, they can explore the car to find a body. Conversational shards looted from the body reveal that it belonged to a reporter, who ventured out into the Badlands in search of a hot scoop. They inadvertently triggered a set of security drones, and remained there until found by V. There's not much more to this single-step gig than a bit of environmental storytelling.
5 Dogtown Pool
What looks like an abandoned, mucky kiddie pool actually goes much, much deeper. Located near the Golden Pacific fast travel point is a small, circular pool of dark, almost opaque water. Players might want to avoid it on instinct, but V is actually far better off taking the plunge. The pool goes down much farther than it looks, and at the bottom, V can find an Iconic weapon absolutely free. It's the Kyubi x-MOD2, and, apart from some of the new unique guns, it's one of the most powerful weapons in the Phantom Liberty DLC .
4 Pulp Fiction Easter Egg
An apartment building in Night City's Santo Domingo district hides an Easter egg referencing the film Pulp Fiction . Although otherwise unremarkable, this mostly-abandoned building can be explored to find a hidden entrance that leads to a balcony. Several dead bodies are scattered around, and one of them carries a text conversation that explains exactly what went down. In touch with his boss Marsellus Wayans, he describes how they attempted to convince a boxer to throw his fight. However, the boxer instead killed his opponent, leaving Wayans out some eddies and hungry for revenge. However, judging by the carnage of the scene V happens upon, the boxer got to Wayans first.
3 Ironclad's Room
Phantom Liberty lets V help a run-down robot named Ironclad , but in order to reprogram them, V has to find them first. Ironclad is located in a small, secluded room within the EBM Petrochem Stadium, the site of Dogtown's premier shopping district. Getting there requires a little bit of parkour; V can follow the sights and sounds of electripc sparks to run up a ramp and jump into Ironclad's room. From there, it's as simple as jacking into a nearby computer and finding a series of spare parts throughout the market to repair the robot.
2 Mr. Blue Eyes' Office
The character known only as Mr. Blue Eyes has provoked tons of speculation since his first appearance in the base game of Cyberpunk 2077 . As it turns out, he appears during Phantom Liberty too, most prominently in one of the Stadium's glass-walled offices during the penultimate mission " Firestarter ." V has to side with Songbird here in order to see him, and can use their navigational skills and intuition to find their way into Mr. Blue Eyes' office. But by the time they get there, he's gone and it's mostly empty. Songbird later mentions offhand that a blue-eyed man helped pay for her trip to the moon.
1 Militech Facility
If they side with Reed in " Firestarter " instead, though, V unlocks a totally different secret area: the Militech building that then becomes the DLC's final dungeon. After chasing Songbird through Dogtown, V follows her into a sprawling, underground testing facility, where they must dodge killer robots as they follow Songbird's trail. It's an incredible, if challenging area, but only those who side with Reed will ever see it.
Those are some of the most interesting secret areas in the 2.0 update and DLC found so far. However, there are almost certainly more that have yet to be found. Cyberpunk 2077 's sprawling, varied map ensures that it's full of secrets just waiting to be uncovered, most of which contain worthwhile rewards.
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