In addition to an extensive selection of quests, adventure-impacting decisions, and unexpected plot twists, open-world RPGs offer what we love most – secrets. And Cyberpunk 2077 has plenty of them!

Despite a pretty turbulent release full of bugs, with numerous patches and updates, Cyberpunk 2077 now runs like a dream. Finally, we can fully immerse ourselves in this dystopian setting to enjoy its memorable characters, heartbreaking conflicts, and, most importantly – mysteries! Fancy a share of the best Cyberpunk 2077 secrets?

Explore their hidden locations to see each one with your own eyes. Warning – major Blade Runner, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, Demolition Man, and Cyberpunk spoilers ahead!

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1. Blade Runner reference

I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.‘ Every cyberpunk enthusiast recognizes the line from Ridley Scott’s phenomenal Blade Runner movie.

Fans of this masterpiece will be more than pleased to discover an injured man holding a dove on one of Night City’s buildings. Head to the rooftop of the Advocet Hotel in Vista Del Rey to find that iconic scene resembling Roy Batty’s last monologue. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, give it a try and search for more similar references!

2. Greetings from Fallout

LARPing can be dangerous, and this secluded location proves that well. If you go to the southern Badlands, you are sure to find a bunch of dead bodies lying around an item looking like the entrance to Vault 101 – that’s a direct Fallout reference!

Unfortunately, the poor role-players who just wanted to have fun reemerging the vault encountered a hostile group uninterested in their hobbies.

3. Meet the developers

Finding the secret dev room can be quite a treat for any Cyberpunk 2077 player, so let’s get down to business. Go to Kabuki Market in northern Night City and locate the Prebab City shop. Head to the staircase down, proceed until you reach the garage door, and enter it by typing the code 605185. Feel at home!

When you sit on the couch, the TV will activate, showing photos of the people involved in making the game, and Johnny Silverhand will play his guitar, adding a nice vibe to the entire scene.

4. Edgerunners’ memorials

Netflix’s Cyberpunk: Edgerunners anime series reached 14.88 million hours watched in its first week – quite impressive! No wonder Cyberpunk 2077 introduced a touching reference to this must-watch recommendation. To see the memorials, travel to the Westbrook District and locate the Columbarium in southern North Oak. You will find heartbreaking monuments dedicated to David, Gloria, Rebecca, Pilar, Dorio, and Maine, who didn’t make it to the series’ bitter-sweet ending.

5. I am Batman

The famous DC hero saving Gotham City with the power of money also received a tiny piece of recognition in the game. Maybe not direct, but it’s still something! As it turns out, one of the obtainable vehicles looks exactly like Batman’s famous Batmobile. To get it, you must complete the entire Panam questline and find it, which is not as easy as it seems.

After completing all the tasks in this thread, get on your bike and enter the cave, looking for the massive container. Inside, you will find a vehicle and notes about a masked superhero. Considering the developers couldn’t use Batman’s name, remember the car is known as the Rayfield Caliburn and is one of the fastest vehicles in the game.

6. After this, there is no turning back

If you’ve seen Matrix starring the phenomenal Keanu Reeves, you probably already know Cyberpunk 2077 is full of subtle nods to this iconic movie. Unsurprisingly, the classic red and blue pill scene occurs twice in the game. The first one happens in the early game when NPC Misty offers you medicines packed in containers of the same colors designed to boost or slow down Johnny Silverhand taking over your body.

The second occurs when Johnny takes over V’s body and goes partying, only to meet someone who offers him the choice of the red or blue pill. That’s what we call a classy reference!

7. The most enigmatic visit to the bathroom

If you crave awkward experiences, relive the famous scene from Demolition Man in the Cyberpunk game. Go to V’s bathroom and look around.

On the shelf next to the toilet, you will find three seashells – identical to those that Sylvester Stallone encountered in the movie. According to the movie protagonist, humanity will give up using toilet paper in favor of this particular solution. How would this work in practice? Just rely on your imagination.

8. All the cake is gone

Anyone who has ever played Valve’s Portal undoubtedly loves one of its main characters – the sarcastic, cruel, and very homicidal artificial intelligence GLaDOS. Fortunately, she appears in Cyberpunk 2077, and you can encounter her as a strikingly similar character voiced by the same actress, Ellen McLain.

To find GLaDOS, start the Epistrophy side quest line with Delamain, and soon, you will have a chance to meet her as one of the defective cabs. Good luck, and don’t expect any cake.

9. His last treasure hunt

There are many secrets from other movies and video games, so where’s the reference to CD Projekt Red’s most epic title? Ah, here it is! If you missed The Witcher easter egg, don’t worry – expect more than one out there. Remember underwater smuggler’s caches from The Witcher 3?

Go to the bridge connecting Pacifica and Heywood to find the cache accompanied by a dead man and note. The note begins with ‘Thousands of caches and stashes all marked with that tantalizing question mark – the mark of smugglers.’ Sounds familiar? It is a must-see for every Witcher fan!

10. A decent video game requires at least one cat

You may be unaware of this fact but Cyberpunk allows you to adopt a cat. That, however, requires obtaining appropriate food in the Arasaka Industrial Park building.

Then, go to V’s apartment and stand with your back to the door. Turn left and walk until you reach a dumpster with a note about feeding the cat. Put the food in the bowl, wait, and pick up the cat. Congratulations, you are the proud owner of Nibbles!

11. The game within the game

Another reference to The Witcher game is an enjoyable arcade platformer where you can play as Geralt’s horse. Roach Race is available in various arcade machines across the Night City and V’s apartments. You can also play it in real life as a mobile title available in the App Store and Google Play.

12. Secret phone numbers

Secret phone numbers are one of the most intriguing mysteries in video games – no wonder players want to learn them so much. Call 5745552377 to hear yet another reference to The Witcher series in the form of its musical theme. And if you call 6175556277 or 9991674545, you will listen to Never Fade Away, a song by Johnny Silverhand’s band.

13. World’s best surgeon

The Office fans love this series for its unexpected combination of awkwardness, humor, and darkness, but to really get that vibe, you need to meet the world’s best surgeon – a hero based on one of the TV series’ side characters.

To enjoy this unique Easter egg, find the NPC named Dennis in the Afterlife area and accept the Big in Japan quest. It will lead you straight to Haruyoshi, the world’s best surgeon.

14. John Wick – is that you?

If you thought that just one reference to Keanu Reeves’ filmography was not enough, you were right. Cyberpunk includes another one – John Wick! Go to Dogtown, enter the EBM Petrochem Stadium, and find the weapons shop near the fast-travel point.

When you go to the back of the store, you will find a gun case on the ground addressed to John Wick. Moreover, Johnny Silverhand makes a specific comment at this point, emphasizing the touching vibe of this scene.

15. Vending machine’s quests

Brendan, the intelligent vending machine is easy to overlook and definitely worth finding. Go to Japantown and find the large container to reach this unique NPC. He will ask you to move the dumpster blocking his view of the street, and this will be the beginning of your great friendship. During the later game stages, you can return to the same place to complete an extra quest – it’s really worth it!


Now you know all the best Cyberpunk 2077 secrets – don’t wait any longer and visit them yourself! These are total must-sees, but players are still searching for various Easter eggs that may or may not be legit references to other pieces of pop culture.

Go ahead and embark on this thrilling hunt to uncover all the secrets and Easter eggs the game has to offer!