Update 2.0 for Cyberpunk 2077 Unveils Mysterious Witcher Series Teasers

Update 2.0 for Cyberpunk 2077 Unveils Mysterious Witcher Series Teasers


Update 2.0 for CD Projekt’s action role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077 features mysterious teasers related to the Witcher series of games.

User SynthPotato made up A list of mysteries discovered in the 2.0 update for Cyberpunk 2077 that appear to be related to The Witcher series. Finds include strange languages, a server room, and a QR code that was revealed thanks to secrets in a new arcade game.

Among the earliest finds is a message found on the in-game computer. It is addressed to a character named “Polyhistor” from someone named “TyRo//aNtA”. It reads:

TyRo claims to have found something. He wandered around Night City and found an old hall with vintage games. In “a game that’s over 60 years old,” he found a sign that said “FF06B5.” Since this is his last message and he is about to leave, taking only his laptop with him. What is hidden behind this secret, Polyhistor will have to find out for himself

Players have discovered a new laptop in a landfill that appears to be coded with the alphabet from the Witcher games. It is believed that the computer may belong to TyRo. Apparently, there is some connection between these findings and the FF06B5 riddle, which was added in the updated The Witcher 3. The said riddle has not yet been solved.

By using templates to translate a language, players would end up with a series of random letters. In the new arcade game located near the farms, the PLHSTR (Polyhistor, Machine Owner) high score list mentions FF06B5 with a score of “FF06B5”. In the mini-game, players take on the role of Johnny Silverhand and fight their way through Arasaka Tower.

Next to the place where this machine is located, there is a server room. While waiting in the server room, you will receive a master key that will open a secret room on the 52nd floor of the arcade game. It leads to a maze on level -10, which contains 3×3 QR code pieces, 6 of which have already been found. The remaining three pieces have yet to be found.

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