Since the release of Cyberpunk 2077, we’ve heard a nearly endless flow of glitches and bugs within the game. Everything from a save file limit that would crash the game to NPCs that can follow you around like companions, it feels like we’ve seen just about everything that can be seen from Night City. Ironically, however, there is a way to “fly” around in Cyberpunk without using any glitches or bugs.
The launch of Cyberpunk has been so messy, that three different class-action lawsuits across two different countries have been filed against CD Projekt Red’s parent company because of, “misleading information to their shareholders and investing public.” These lawsuits came after Sony’s unprecedented decision to delist Cyberpunk 2077 from PSN as well as changes to the refund policies of Microsoft and Best Buy that may have lost investors over a billion dollars.
Of course, all of this news may lead you to believe that the ability to fly is yet another bug in the game. Oddly enough, the ability to fly around Night City without the use of a helicopter or hovercar is something that was actually intended to be in the game. Redditor u/Heimgang uploaded a video of how the technique can be pulled off without forcing the game to do something that it isn’t supposed to.
Apparently, you’ll need to find a specific Ripperdoc on Jig-Jig Street, where you need to purchase Fortified Ankle implants. This will allow your V to super jump and hover for a short period of time. You will then need to find the Kerenzikov implant from Viktor Vector to give yourself the ability to slow down time and jump even higher.
The combination of these two implants, and their attendant abilities, will allow you to more or less fly around Night City at your leisure. Really, the action is more like hover-gliding than truly flying around like Superman, but it’s close enough. If you decide to try this out for yourself, you should keep in mind that your ability to “fly” is on a timer, so you’re going to want to stick close to buildings or overhangs to prevent yourself from dying. Otherwise, this combo looks like something that could be a lot of fun.
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