All Cyberware Implant Types in Cyberpunk 2077

 Cyberware  is a variety of implants and enhancements that your character can get in  Cyberpunk 2077  . Getting a camera instead of eyes is one thing, but having braids like praying mantises popping out of your hands in battle is another. Cyberware is just one of the many ways Cyberpunk 2077 allows players to customize their experience, and there is plenty to do here.

You can improve all of your limbs and even the nervous system itself. Making all of these changes is shockingly inexpensive and straightforward, but getting the right implants and additions to your skeleton to complement your playstyle isn't easy. Fortunately, you can easily swap them around so that there are no permanent errors. Just read everything you need to know about Cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077.

How to Get Cyber ​​Program In Cyberpunk 2077

The cyber program is actually readily available throughout  Night City , and you can find it everywhere, from the outskirts of the city in seedy shacks to upscale boutiques in the heart of the  Corporation  . You can find  Ripperdock to perform the necessary procedures on you almost everywhere, just look for the forceps icon on the map.

Each Ripperdoc will be able to sell you new implants and augmentations at completely different prices. You should expect expensive items with powerful status effects and buffs to cost over $ 20k, while cheaper add-ons can cost as little as $ 1,000. Either way, you should try to keep all of your Cyberware slots filled with powerful add-ons to enhance your gaming experience.

Frontal Cortex, Ocular System, Operating System

These Cyberware implants can be the most important pieces you can equip. Parts for the frontal cortex, eye system, and operating system may require you to invest in intelligence glasses for you to equip, but this will give you key benefits.

The  frontal cortex  will often be a factor in your hacking abilities, allowing you to recover memory and your buffer faster, allowing you to chop more things at the same time, and allow you a better chance of success in the minigame hacking.

Frontal Cortex, Ocular System, Operating System

Your  eye system  is your eyes, literally, and a good eye system can be equipped with numerous upgrades to make it more capable. For example, some Ocular System modes will allow you to see the exact location and range of grenades, while others will offer you various smart weapon abilities, including those that make all your bullets non-lethal, perfect for pacifist playthroughs.

Your  operating system  is another block that is ready for multiple updates, depending on how many mod slots your OS allows. Mods for your OS give you unique abilities, including forcing targets to commit suicide, completely erasing their memory, or simply delivering heavy, unique, devastating attacks.

Circulatory System, Immune System, Nervous System, Integumentary System

These pieces of your Cyberware gear are pretty unique, they will all offer small buffs and odds increases for the most part rather than a dramatic increase in power, although the Integumentary System is worth looking into regardless of your class.

Your  circulatory system  is the perfect place to be outfitted with all sorts of minor yet incredibly useful cyber programs, such as improved blood vessels that allow you to regenerate health out of combat, or a tyrosine injector that doubles the speed of your Breach hack tactics.

As you might expect, the  Immune System  is the perfect place to equip mods that will increase your resistance to all kinds of harm and pain that can arise while exploring the Night City.

Circulatory System, Immune System, Nervous System, Integumentary System

The nervous system  is another rather minor part of your overall Cyberware gear, and here you can equip Cyberware that will allow you to dodge while aiming or increase your overall dodge in addition to other benefits.

The shroud system   , that heck of a word, focuses most on defense enhancements like subcutaneous armor that can protect your skeleton from damage. Good, necessary buffs, to be honest.

Skeleton, Hands, Hands, Legs

You might think that this will be strictly where you get protective buffs, just like any piece of armor, but no, the kinds of mods and enhancements you can get for your limbs in Cyberpunk 2077 are much more creative than this - the belt for that it's a wild ride.

The most useful mods you can use for your  skeleton  should be about health and weight. You can get a solid core skeleton that can give you a lot of positive health effects, making it much easier to survive these big gunfights, and you can improve your limb joints by increasing their carrying capacity - great when you inevitably end up with dozens of weapons that you collected from gangs and other villains of the Night City.

You can get several hand upgrades   , including unique tattoos that are effectively doubled with stealthy weapons or upgrades. I made extensive use of the ballistic coprocessor, which allowed power weapon shots to ricochet more easily, making the weapon incredibly deadly against groups of enemies in small spaces.

Skeleton, Hands, Hands, Legs

Okay, now this is where things get really interesting. Your  Arms  can open up a huge variety of upgrades and abilities to you, so many that it would be difficult to summarize them all right here and now. Perhaps the most iconic weapon modifications to Cyberpunk 2077 are the Mantis scythes, which were featured in the very first teaser for Cyberpunk 2077 back in 2013. They allow you to grow braids from your forearms to rip enemies apart. I personally chose the Monowire, a stranglehold that can be yanked out of the forearms and can be used to choke or punch enemies - great for stealthy situations.

The  Legs  is another fascinating piece of your Cyberware hardware. What should be the most interesting part of the legs to me is the fact that the new legs can offer you a constant increase in your overall speed, while the high level legs make it easy to run around town - at least comparable. But objectively the best improvement is the double jump capability that certain sets of legs can offer you. Many of the challenges in Cyberpunk 2077 will challenge you to climb buildings looking for hidden objects, and the ability to double jump is invaluable in such situations.

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