Cyberware is an important part of Cyberpunk 2077 and you see it all around in Night City. Cyberware has different categories, tiers and there is plenty of cyberware that you can get yourself in Cyberpunk 2077. In this Cyberpunk 2077 guide, we are going to go over everything that you need to know about cyberware in the game including categories and tiers.
Everything You Need To Know About Cyberware In Cyberpunk 2077
The following is everything that you need to know about cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077:
Cyberware can be divided into three different categories; passive, active and triggered. Active cyberware is like weapons. You need to actively use them just like a gun. Passive cyberware is on all the time and you do not need to activate or deactivate it manually. Triggered cyberware activate under certain situations. Like when you are low on health.
Cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077 has 5 tiers; common, uncommon, rare, epic, and legendary. Some cyberware has different versions that belong to different level tiers. There is cyberware that is specific to certain tiers. Higher tier cyberware requires more open slots but also provide more benefits as compared to lower-tier variants.
Cybernetic Implants List
The following are some of the implants that you can get in Cyberpunk 2077:
|Synthskin & Techhair||Your skin can change its hue and pattern, and your hair can change color and emit light.|
|Pain Editor||Tunes out hot/cold/painful sensations.|
|Nasal Filter||Stops toxic gases and fumes from entering the airway and bloodstream with 70% effectiveness.|
|Subdermal Armor||Armor implanted below the owner’s skin that improves damage resistance.|
|Big Knucks||Reinforced knuckles and finger joints that can allow for more melee damage.|
|Adrenal Booster||Improves your reflexes and reaction time, which is especially helpful during firefights or for escaping threats.|
|MachineLink/TechLink||Allows you to control auto factories and large or small machines.|
|Cyberoptic Enhancements||Various implants that can enable infrared vision, thermal sensors, targeting scopes, and more.|
|Wolvers||Retractable blades for each hand.|
|Nanosurgeons||Microscopic machines that repair most injuries within minutes.|
|Mantis Blade||A melee upgrade that gives you blades for V’s forearms.|
|Blood Pump||Improves healing ability. Installed in the cardiovascular slot.|
|Microrotors||Passive cyberware that boosts precision and movement speed.|
|Reflex Tuner||Makes the world operate in slow motion once for a time once the player’s health drops to a certain point.|
|Gorilla Arms||Improves your melee strength and power.|
|Monowire||Gives your arms a whip-like fiber optic wire that can quickly slash through foes.|
|Synlungs||Passive implant that allows for stamina regen.|
|Kerenzikov||Allows for temporary slow motion after dodging an enemy’s attack.|
This is not a complete list. We will update this table in due time when we have more information regarding the matter. So stay tuned!
This is everything that you need to know about Cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on character progression. For more information regarding the game, you can check out our Cyberpunk 2077 guides hub.