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All Cyberpunk Edgerunners Items in Cyberpunk 2077

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A week before Cyberpunk Edgerunners premiered on Netflix, developer CD Projekt Red included a brief mission in Cyberpunk 2077 which awarded players with items from the anime. Patch 1.6 added a host of new features, including the much-requested Wardrobe and cross-progression, but fans were more interested in getting items like David’s iconic jacket.

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Afterlife Drink

Anyone who’s anyone knows that Night City‘s legends get a drink named after them in the Afterlife Bar. Talk to Claire to get your very own David Martinez. Its description is “A shot of vodka on the rocks, topped with NiCola. Aim high and go out with a bang.”

Arasaka HJSH-18 Masamune – Power Assault Rifle

Rebecca boasts a wide variety of weapons throughout Cyberpunk Edgerunners. In “Episode 7: Stronger”, we see her using an Arasaka HJSH-18 Masamune. V is able to acquire both it and the named version, Prejudice. In the screenshot below, the Masamune is on the left.

Arasaka TKI-20 Shingen – Smart SMG

We see Rebecca wielding one of these in “Episode 7: Stronger”. Odds are it’s the Prototype: Shingen Mark V, but V is able to get both while cruising Night City. In the screenshot below, the Shingen is on the right.

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Caliburn – Vehicle

The Caliburn shows up in “Episode 5: All Eyez On Me”. V is able to acquire a couple of them, including one that belonged to Night City’s version of Batman.

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Crusher – Power Shotgun

When Maine isn’t pummeling people with his fists, he’s blowing them away with a Crusher. We first see this in “Episode 4: Lucky You.”

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Netrunners Lucy and Kiwi employ some profound hacking abilities thanks to their cyberdecks. If you have a penchant for breaking into places you shouldn’t be or simply want to take out a group of enemies with Contagion, get yourself a cyberdeck at the local ripper doc.

David’s Jacket

To get David’s Jacket players will have to do a little running around. Head to his apartment near the Metro: Wollesen St travel point in the Arroyo District. There will be an alley with a familiar symbol tagged on the wall. Check the trash can next to it to find a headset with a loaded braindance.

Said braindance is actually a trailer for Cyberpunk Edgerunners. When it’s done playing, you’ll get a new job called Over The Edge. Open the Journal and tab down to Muamar “El Capitan” Reyes to find a subfolder called About David Martinez. Open it up and text Reyes to ask about David.

After waiting a day, Falco will text you. Following that, you can head to Reyes’ place to acquire David’s Jacket.

Gorilla Arms – Cyberware

For when you want to get up close and personal. Gorilla arms are my go-to for beating in faces. Maine rocks a set of his own and puts them to good use, inspiring David to get his own.

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Guts – Power Shotgun

Rebecca’s shotgun, Guts, is found in the City Center Corpo Plaza District. The closest fast travel point is Arasaka Tower. Once you’ve loaded in, turn right and go up the stairs to see a floating goldfish. Go straight as the crow flies across the glass towards the Miltech building. Take a right at the stairs, near the monks, and look in the bushes to find Rebecca’s iconic weapon.


Guns in Night City have this nasty problem where they can run out of bullets. That’s why it’s always good to carry around a melee weapon. For just such an occasion, I recommend a big hammer like the one we see a Maelstrom member wielding in “Episode 7: Stronger.”

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Kiroshi Optics – Cyberware

Kiroshi Optics are one of the first pieces of cyberware V gets when they hit Night City. With how versatile and useful they are, I’d be shocked if the majority of people in this future aren’t rocking them.

Lexington – Power Pistol

The Lexington is your dime-a-dozen weapon in Night City. There are so many that you’d think they’re gifted to everyone moving there.

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Mantis Blades – Cyberware

We only briefly see David use the Mantis Blades but they’re pretty prominent in Cyberpunk 2077. Not only are these concealed blades visually striking, but they do obscene amounts of damage.

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Monowire – Cyberware

Lucy‘s weapon of choice, the monowire is a close-range weapon that V can use to quickly rip her foes to shreds.

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Power Pistol

Power Pistols are a great go-to for players wanting to get their John Wick on. David is seen using one in “Episode 5: All Eyez On Me.”

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Power Revolver

Hand cannons are a staple in many FPS titles. Cyberpunk 2077 does them right as V can literally make heads explode with a single shot from one. We see Dorio using one in “Episode 5: All Eyez On Me.”

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Projectile Launch System – Cyberware

Maine is double-dipping when he busts out his literal arm cannons. While he and David sport some crazy upgrades, Cyberpunk 2077 players must choose one or the other.

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Rostović DB-2 Satara – Tech Double-Barrel Shotgun

In “Episode 7: Stronger,” we see David give the new recruit, Julio, this unmistakable shotgun.

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Sandevistan Cyberdeck

The cyberware that kicks off David’s journey is available in several variations within Cyberpunk 2077.

  • Dynalar Sandevistan MK.4
  • Militech “Falcon” Sandevistan MK.5
  • Qiant “Warp Dancer” Sandevistan MK.4
  • Qiant “Warp Dancer” Sandevistan MK.5
  • Zetatech Sandevistan
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Smart Shotgun

In Maine’s final moments during “Episode 6: Girl on Fire,” we see him putting in the work with a Smart Shotgun. I almost exclusively used on for my first playthrough of Cyberpunk 2077 and can attest to how utterly devastating it is. Those looking for a fire-and-forget should give it a whirl.

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As David begins his long journey of upgrading himself, he swaps out his lungs for Syn-Lungs in “Episode 4: Lucky You.”

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Villefort Alvarado V4F 570 Delegate – Vehicle

This classy ride shows up in “Episode 3: Smooth Criminal.” In-game, it can be purchased from Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra for €$39,000 after reaching 20 Street Cred.

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