Cyberpunk 2077 Easter Eggs Locations – How to Find All Easter Eggs

Cyberpunk 2077 Easter Eggs Locations

Cyberpunk 2077 development team has worked really hard to add some of the best easter eggs we have seen in a video game to date. There over 10 easter eggs in Cyberpunk 2077 spread across Night City. In this guide, I will explain everything you need to know to find all Cyberpunk 2077 easter eggs locations.

Cyberpunk 2077 Easter Eggs Locations Guide

In total, there are 12 easter eggs in Cyberpunk 2077. From development team photos to movie references and The Witcher easter egg, there is plenty to discover here.

Easter Egg Location #1  (Development Team Pictures)

You can find a secret room in the Kabuki Market, on the northwest side of Kabuki Roundabout, where you can see pictures of members of the development team. The pictures are on a TV, the room can be unlocked by using the code: 605185. You can find this easter egg only after completing The Rescue.

Easter Egg Location #2 (Hideo Kojima)

During The Heist main mission, you can make a small detour to the bar when you reach the Konpeki Plaza. When you get there, take a close look at the Japanese man having a conversation on the couch. This man is none other than the legendary developer behind Metal Gear Solid games and Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima.

Easter Egg Location #3 (BB Pod)

During a visit to the NCPD lab’s evidence room in The Hunt, you can note the presence of a BB Pod. It is a reference to Death Stranding.

Easter Egg Location #4 (Blade Runner)

If you are a fan of Blade Runner you will like this one. Make a pilgrimage to the rooftop of Vista del Rey’s abandoned “Advocet Hotel.” Use the front door and get inside the elevator to reach a rooftop terrace and when outside, follow the walkway until you reach a character holding a white pigeon in his hands. It is a reverential nod to Blade Runner’s famous denouement.

Easter Egg Location #5 (Blade Runner Easter Egg 2)

During the “Where is My Mind” epilogue, V is invited to take part in a Voight-Kampff test. This the second Blade Runner easter egg you can find in Cyberpunk 2077, where the test is employed to evoke and detect physical manifestations of emotional responses that might enable investigators to find “replicants,” manufactured androids that are identical to human beings.

Easter Egg Location #6 (Ozob Bozo)

During The Send in the Clowns side job is assigned to V by an NPC who has a grenade for a nose. This NPC is named Ozob and is inspired by the Brazilian tabletop RPG podcast.

Easter Egg Location #7 (Three Billboards)

If you have chosen the Nomad lifepath, you can find three billboards in a row, close to the farm where you first meet Jackie. It is a reference to the movie “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

Easter Egg Location #8 (Mortal Kombat)

When you complete the “I’ll Fly Away” side job you can get a Scorpion figurine from Mitch as memorabilia. You can place it in V’s apartment. This Scorpion figurine is supposed to resemble Mitch’s friend but, it actually looks like the popular Mortal Kombat character of the same name.

East Egg Location #9 (The Witcher 3)

There are floating barrels at various points in the rivers in Night City, these barrels are a reference to The Witcher 3’s smuggler’s cache.

Easter Egg Location #10 (Demolition Man)

V’s apartment is accessible after you complete The Rescue main job. Inside the apartment, there is a toilet that features a small detail that will appear utterly incongruous to most players. This is a reference to the movie Demolition Man, in which seashells are used instead of toilet paper for personal hygiene.

Easter Egg Location #11 (Muhammed My Friend)

During the “Serious Side Effects” gig you visit a hotel named Drewdrop Inn. The name is a reference to a Tori Amos song called “Muhammed My Friend.” The song contains the lyrics “do drop in at the dew drop inn.”

Easter Egg Location #12 (Columbarium Residents)

In the North Oak columbarium, you will meet guests including Conrad B (the lead of Flashback video game), Logan 5 (the lead of Logan’s Run movie), and Syd Mead (concept artist known for his work on Blade Runner and Aliens films.

And that’s all the easter eggs locations in Cyberpunk 2077.

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