Cyberpunk 2077 (RTX Ultra | Very Hard) #35 : 24 Hour V

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My first play through of Cyberpunk 2077 on PC (Difficulty: Very Hard / Background: Nomad).

Graphical Settings: RTX Ultra
Graphics Card: RTX 3090 (see channel page for full system specs)

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31 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 (RTX Ultra | Very Hard) #35 : 24 Hour V”

  1. Monowire > Gorilla Arms🌚. Commanders Hammer is my most used gun btw. Though I was a netrunner build. I have 100% this game on my PC, but goddamn, this looks like a different game with RTX

  2. 8:35 Ah, so THAT'S why nobody in Night City ever overtakes you, despite having plenty enough space on the other lane to do so. They just don't want the magic NCPD to teleport in front of them and blast them in the face for breaking a minor traffic law. Makes perfect sense! Great world building, CD Projekt!

  3. The 24 hr V… sounds like an STD to me.
    PS – I suspect the police took issue with the front end of your bike being momentarily pointed at them (smh)
    49:00 – ish Flashbangs FTW (and the Netrunner was kickin' yo ass through the camera on your right)
    <= Armchair General 😉 … and you're a badass.

  4. I hope Gopher did that eye thing in his second run.

    The last fight of the episode was a bit tough. My techie couldn't handle it, so I just kept shooting through floors and walls with tech-weapons, until I got them all nailed.
    And then there was some crafting, after I wasted most of the ammo on those guys…

  5. The way many gigs, crimes, and even little background details paint bigger pictures of the many stories happening in Night City (and the lives and often deaths of the characters involved in them) if you bother to read the shards and messages or listen to the conversations and connect the dots, without ever directly calling your attention or showing as a quest, is one of the aspects I love most about this game…

  6. 20:25 Ol' Julius probably pronounced it "weh-nee, wee-dee, wee-kee", if I'm not mistaken, though a modern priest would probably say "veh-nee, vee-dee, vee-kee" or "veh-nee, vee-dee, vee-chee".
    Personally I'd go with the guy who, when once captured by pirates made them raise his own ransom after laughing at how low they had set it, made them listen to the poetry he wrote while captive, while threatening them with crucifixion, and when set free raised a naval force out of sheer badassery (he held no public or military office at the time), proceeded to capture them, and personally had them crucified when the local governor wasn't sure about punishing them… but most people pronounce it like the kid diddlers, for some reason. 🤷‍♂️

  7. Makes you wonder why they were so keen on reaching the 'big leagues'. Could have just drove around there neighbourhood shooting gangsters for fun and profit.
    Easy creds compared to that heist.

  8. I get an eye twitch whenever i see Goper shoot the Burya, I'm really annoyed at CDPR that they haven't yet fixed those sights (for those who don't known the dot while aiming is in the guns Iron sights instead of the holographic ones).

  9. I think that CDPR could have done WAY better on the police system, to me its annoying as hell, all you have to do is move your bike or car 2 inches next to an NPC and they are considered "hit" then the police magickly teleport behind you and blow your head off, CDPR I'm disappointed in you, and since Gopher doesn't use his map he doesn't know how savvier the damage is or how many stars he has, just the sound, PLEASE CDPR, do an update to your police system, no one likes it😫😫😫😫

  10. As much as I like the worldbuilding in Cyberpunk – 2020 and 2077 – I sort of find it funny that both the pen-and-paper system and video game both sort of fail at naming their made-up drugs.

    Need a new analgesic? Just pick Paracetamol – also known as Acetaminophen, AKA Tylenol – and flip a few syllables around! Done deal!

    If Night City's version of Tylenol is so potent it fucks up your neurotransmitters to the point of actually causing pain and overriding the setting's apparently ubiquitous pain editor implants, it sort of makes you wonder who decided to market it in the first place.

  11. Soooooo….. Stealing the Relic prototype from Arasaka is OK in V's book, but stealing back an implant from some Tyger Claws that's where he draws the line? 🙂
    p.s. 21:49 Nope, that's not it, yopu missed out on an easy 10k payout by going to the Columbarium.


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