Cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077 update 2.0 has been changed completely since you no longer need to meet specific attribute requirements to be able to use specific cyberwar. So, the game lets you modify your body to become a living, breathing weapon. We have gone over how you can get the mantis blades in the game, but if you want to pack a punch, then you might want to get the missile launcher arms (Projectile Launch System) in Cyberpunk 2077. In this guide, we are going to go over how you can do that.


The Projectile Launch System or missile launcher arms allow you to fire missiles at the enemy that explode on impact, dealing high amounts of damage.

Getting The Missile Launcher Arms In Cyberpunk 2077

Like the other cyberwar upgrades in Cyberpunk 2077, you need to get this upgrade from a ripperdoc. You will need 20 street cred in order to buy the weapon and get the upgrade, so be sure to get there. If not, then you should do side missions and gigs in order to increase your street cred. You can check out our guide on how you can increase your street cred fast in the game.

Go to Viktor, select the trade tab, and look for the Projectile Launch System option. This is a pretty expensive upgrade, so you will need to get the required money in order to get the upgrade. The upgrade will set you back roughly 15,450 Eddies.

It is worth mentioning that with the Projectile Launch System slotted, you will not be able to use other arm options, such as Gorilla Arms, Mantis Blades, or the Monowire. With that said, you can select a type of Projectile Launch System from the options mentioned below:

  • Base – Deals Physical damage and can apply bleed.
  • Toxic – Deals chemical damage and can apply poison.
  • Electric – Deals electric damage and can shock enemies.
  • Thermal – Deals thermal damage and can burn enemies.

The attack speed and the stamina cost for the different types remain the same, but the damage per hit is a bit different depending on the type.

This is how you can get the missile launcher arms (Projectile Launch System) in Cyberpunk 2077 after update 2.0. If you are interested in learning more about the game, then you can check out our Cyberpunk 2077 guides hub.