Looking for each Cyberpunk 2077 easter egg that can be found in Night City? This game is packed with side quests, gigs, and cool areas to explore, but finding a reference to another game, or even a movie is always a nice little surprise. There are some spoilers ahead, so only read on if you're eager to learn more about these secrets.
It's early days, and Night City is a big place, so we'll update this guide as we find more. There's no denying that these are neat things to stumble across while playing, so here are all the Cyberpunk 2077 Easter eggs we've found so far, and the quests they appear in so you can check them out yourself.
Cyberpunk 2077 easter egg list: What we've found so far
The Witcher magazine cover
Location: V's office
You don't have to wait long to see a Witcher reference in Cyberpunk 2077. If you choose the Corpo lifepath, head to V's office after speaking with your boss. Sit in your chair and open the desk drawer on your right. There's a copy of Retro Gaming magazine with The Witcher on the cover.
Fallout Vault 101
Out in the Badlands to the south, near the border crossing, you can find the sad result of a LARP session. According to the shard recovered off one of the dead bodies, a few chums were planning to role-play their reemergence from "Bunker 101" to search for a hydroprocessor in the post-apocalypse, which is the plot of the original Fallout. They even built a Vault door. Unfortunately, the Wraiths showed up and put a gangland-style end to the fun. You can find it where the green marker is here:
Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max: Fury Road's War Rig
Location: Technica Industrial area
Out in the Technica industrial zone to the south, there's a large fuel truck and a bunch of dead bodies—mostly women, including a bald woman with grease smeared on her forehead, plus with one dude who has a mask strapped over his face. Very reminiscent of the passengers in Fury Road's war rig, plus a shard contains a conversation between "Charlize Fury" and Dakota Smith about Max being wounded and the women all being pregnant. Pretty grim! On the map below, you'll find it where you see the square.
Location: Epistrophy side job (Coastview)
Drive up to the cab and speak to Delamain. You'll hear a familiar voice, and there's mention of cake, which is gone, of course.
BB (Death Stranding)
Location: Part of River's questline.
When you sneak into a certain lab, check one of the back rooms.
Location: Main quest, M'ap Tann Pèlen
During the story you’ll visit this abandoned hotel in Pacifica, named after Blade Runner’s, Roy Batty. The sign even features an origami animal.
There’s a street in Japantown called Pondsmith, named after Mike Pondsmith, creator of the Cyberpunk universe.
The Three Seashells
Location: Toilet in V's apartment
You don't know how to use the three seashells? A lavatorial nod to the cult classic Demolition Man, a vision of the future where humanity somehow cleans its bottom with this device. Except Sylvester Stallone, who rejects this notion in favour of wiping himself with paper penalty notices for swearing, and damn the chafing.
Sort of a weird film to reference, but this survival bunker is found under one of the wind turbines in the eastern edge of the map. In it is a body wearing a shirt that looks like the one John Goodman wears in the film, extensive food supplies, two large barrels of chemicals (which play a part in the film) and a journal entry about how the man was trying to protect the woman from certain death the outside world would bring.
World's best surgeon
Location: After the Big In Japan side-quest
After completing the Big In Japan sidequest, stick around to listen to the story of Dennis and Haruyoshi, a play off of Darryl and Hidetoshi from The Office. Like in the show, the Cyberpunk surgeon explains that he escaped to Night City after accidentally killing a Tyger Claw boss during a surgery. It wasn't an accident after all though, because the world's best surgeon doesn't make mistakes! It's pretty much a line-by-line retelling of the gag from The Office in season 6.