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Cyberpunk 2077 lets you go on a date with Johnny Silverhand, sort of

A breathtaking ride.
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Johnny Silverhand is your companion for your journey in Cyberpunk 2077 starting from Act Two and it’s no surprise, as they’ve revealed that in the final episode of Night City Wire. I’ve been a real thirsty dude hitting up every possible romantic event in Cyberpunk 2077 and it goes to show with my last guide. This article is merely a supplement of that, so read up on it if you haven’t yet!

Just so we’re clear, Panam and I are eloping

While it’s not exactly a story mission, a side job, or a gig, it’s a little easter egg that Cyberpunk 2077 devs placed in the game to show the softer side of the guy. Keep your pants on, nothing’s gonna happen at the end of this ride. It’s quite possibly the most wholesome thing in this entire game where there’s a mission where you literally nail this guy to a cross so a TV network captures a Braindance recording of his final moments.

Minor side quest spoilers ahead. You’ve been warned!

You thought we were kidding, didn’t you?

So in this little easter egg, hop on over to Pacifico (see map below) where there’s a Coney Island looking park where there’s a decommissioned Ferris Wheel and a Roller Coaster. Do not go to the Ferris Wheel, there are scavs there. You make your way to the Roller Coaster close to the Grand Imperial Mall. For fast travel, I’ve marked it on the map below.

Once you’re here, you’ll notice an empty Roaster Coaster car ready to go, but there is no power. Don’t even bother looking for staff as nobody’s at the office. Behind the roller coaster car is a power panel. If you can’t find it, you can scan. Walk over to the panel and repair. There are no Tech abilities required, just go over and repair it. Got that? Good.

Now walk back to the roller coaster, get in and enjoy the ride! Remember, you only get to do it once, so enjoy every minute of it. When you get a chance, take a photo of Johnny as he smiles. Probably the only time this cynical asshole will show some semblance of joy. For those who don’t want to bother, we’ve also linked the video below. Enjoy!

Been playing Cyberpunk 2077? Despite being a buggy mess, there’s a good game in there if you’re patient enough, and we’re enjoying it so far. How has your experience of the game been? Let us know!

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Vincent Ternida moved Vancouver, Canada in 2006 and called it home ever since. He spends the lockdown catching up with his Japanese RPGs, writing his new manuscripts, and figuring out why he suddenly became the main character of the latest Haruki Murakami novel.

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