Hacking the Float – Let's Play Cyberpunk 2077 Part 61 [Blind Corpo PC Gameplay]

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Let’s play Cyberpunk 2077 on PC! In part 61 of this gameplay/walkthrough, V hacks the float for Hanako’s Parade.
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This video includes the following quests:
00:00 Arasaka Industrial Park
09:44 In the warehouse
20:42 Hack the float
23:55 Container 667
32:47 Home free!


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22 thoughts on “Hacking the Float – Let's Play Cyberpunk 2077 Part 61 [Blind Corpo PC Gameplay]”

  1. Not entirely sure what FF:06:B5 could refer to. It's formatted like a MAC address but is half as long as a real one. The individual numbers (255, 6, 181) don't seem important either and they don't really work as day/month/year. Without the colons it forms a hex colour code that comes out as magenta.
    If it is a reference or clue then it's either one part of several or maybe just there to give one specific dev a little kick.

  2. (FF:06:B5) is also the color code for magenta (neon pink) and you can find this code (FF:06:B5) in red, on the golden statue behind the Arasaka Tower in Corp Plaza. Its located near the north west corner of the Tower.

    Also found some monks praying in front of it, for what thats worth.

  3. Ah don't worry Welonz, we all fail a stealth mission at some point. But this particular one should be an auto game over IMO. I mean will Arasaka find a whole warehouse wiped out and do nothing about it?

  4. I'll be really disappointed if the mission "succeeds" after this ruckus. Might as well just let the float sit in an unguarded area for all that your security's worth and that you apparently plan to keep using it even after confirming such a large breach just before an event with basically the top of the royal family present…

  5. In case you want more quickhack slots you'll have to look for specific (Legendary) cyberdecks. But six is the maximum number of slots. Perk points won't increase those. I'd recommend giving the ripperdoc in Heywood, Wellsprings a visit. He sells one of the best all-round cyberdecks out there.

  6. I wasn't aware of this until I read a guide, but there's a corpo exclusive way of handling this mission that makes all the guards in the warehouse non-hostile to you. You can just walk right up to the guard at the gate, tell him you're with IOC and it's an unscheduled inspection, then bulldoze over him like the ruthless corporate predator you are while name-dropping Abernathy to make it seem plausible. He loses his nerve and lets you in real quick. No stealth, just pure chutzpah.

  7. It’s fun doing stealth with a silencer handgun. Look at critical percent, critical damage and headshot multiplier on a gun. Use a blue (Rare) silencer (adds 20% headshot damage) if you have one. Also your perks will add buffs. Overture gun and Dr5 Nova are good to use. Overture may have high critical% and critical damage. Even If the enemy is alerted of your presence they may not know where you are and you can silently pick them off as they are looking for you.


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