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Things You May Miss When Cyberpunk 2077 Update 2.0 Hits

I’m trying my best to focus on Cyberpunk 2077’s 2.0 update rather than Phantom Liberty itself, which I can’t talk about until the 20th. But honestly 2.0, which drops on September 21st, Yippee a huge part of Phantom Liberty, so I want to go on about that when I can.

While there are long lists of exactly what’s coming with the Cyberpunk 2.0 update, I think some of the finer details will be missing here, as I’ve discovered a lot of things while playing that aren’t listed. These aren’t spoilers, just little things that add up to big changes to the overall experience.

You can reset your attribute points once – This wasn’t possible before, but now it’s kind of necessary for CDPR to offer this option given how much some of the attribute trees have changed. I did this to 2 of my 3 characters, both times taking points away from the “Cool” column that gave you combat bonuses with each build. Now it’s mainly for pistol/throwing blade/stealth stuff.

Respecting stat points is free – You are no longer tied to anything, where resetting the stat points you lost to perks used to be a huge cost. You can roll them back individually like I did when you realized that a perk you bought might not be as useful when you play and you want to do another one.

You get ten more levels – That’s enough almost max fourth attribute tree, but not quite. I think you get to level 18 so you can’t do the capstone. But it’s also ten extra perk points, on top of the handful of extra perk points you get from leveling up certain playstyles.

Level 1-5 components – These are used to upgrade various equipment rarities during gameplay. If you’re starting as endgame V, you only want level 5, as these are used to upgrade weapons to higher damage levels, as well as Cyberware to higher stat levels, which is new this season. You can find these components in the wild, but the most common wait to get them is to disassemble items of this rarity, which can be clothes or weapons. So mostly don’t sell them, but disassemble them.

You can find Cyberware Capacity Shards – You’ll find a number of shards on dead enemies that will give you XP for different playstyles, but there are also Cyberware Capacity shards that increase your overall cyberware slot total since you can no longer place everything everywhere without eventually hitting the cap. many things, or things that are too powerful and therefore more expensive to equip. For example, a piece of Cyberware that gives you 12% more armor for 8 power has an “Iconic” version that costs a lot of money and takes 30 energy instead, but gives you 35% more armor. You gain additional Cyberware capacity as you level up, but the main way is to loot these shards from dead enemies. Thank goodness there are also scraps of carrying capacity.

There are containers full of tons of clothes – While yes, you can buy new clothes from Phantom Liberty vendors, there are also plenty of clothing containers around Dogtown and the larger map. This way you can easily get dozens and dozens of views and remember you don’t have to keep them. The clothes no longer have armor, so you can take them apart and they will still show up on your transmog screen.

Now you can change your entire look – While you’ve been doing this partially for a long time, CDPR has now reached the stage where Ripperdocs can re-customize your entire character, which now includes things like scars and tattoos. So if you want a new look, it’s now easy.

Those are some initial tips for now, some of which I’ll probably repeat later.

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