Cyberpunk 2077 Update 2.0 Introduces Mysterious Teasers Related to The Witcher Series
Update 2.0 for CD Projekt’s action role-playing game, Cyberpunk 2077, has introduced some mysterious teasers related to the Witcher series.
Twitter user SynthPotato has compiled a list of teasers that have been discovered in update 2.0 of Cyberpunk 2077, which seem to be tied to The Witcher series. The discoveries include strange languages, a server room, and a QR code that has been revealed through secrets in a new arcade game.
Among the earliest discoveries appears to be a message found on an in-game computer. The message is addressed to a character named “Polyhistor” from someone by the name of “TyRo/\/\aNtA”. It reads, “TyRo claims to have found something. He was wandering NC, found an old arcade with Vintage Games. In an “over 60 years old game”, he found a sign with “FF06B5″. This is his last message, as it is his last message, and he is going to leave with only his laptop. What the meaning behind this secret is, Polyhistor would have to find out yourself.”
Players discovered this new laptop at the landfill that seems to be coded in Alphabet from the Witcher games. As such, it is speculated that the computer may belong to TyRo. There appears to be some sort of connection between these findings and the FF06B5 mystery that was added with The Witcher 3’s next-gen update. The aforementioned mystery has yet to be solved.
Using patterns to translate the language, players have ended up with a series of random letters. The new Arcade game, which is located near the protein farms, references FF06B5 in PLHSTR’s high score (Polyhistor, the owner of the machine) with a score of “FF06B5”. In the game, players take on the role of Johnny Silverhand and fight their way through Arasaka tower.
Close to where this arcade game is located is a server room. Waiting in server room 941229 until T-270 will grant you a lock, which unlocks a secret room on Floor 52 in the Arcade game. This leads to a maze on Level -10, which features 3×3 parts of a QR code, 6 of which have been found so far. The remaining 3 have yet to be discovered.