Cyberpunk 2077 Easter Eggs

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most densely packed open world games ever made. The setting of Night City, with its countless alleyways and often vertical design, allows for so many secrets — and players have been finding these secrets for years now. There are numerous references to other games, movies, anime — all kinds of stuff — but apparently, there are still things that have yet to be discovered.

According to 2077 designer Pawel Sasko, players have found a lot of the game's Easter eggs — but not all of them. "I've seen one of the last articles [with all the Easter eggs] and it had a long list, but it didn't have everything," he told IGN. "There's a couple more things that are not found yet [...] [at least] we don't know that they were found, because someone could have found them in their home and never shared them with anyone, and we just never saw it."

Sadly, Sasko doesn't go on to explain any of the yet-to-be-shared eggs, although he does say that the infamous analogue telephone in the title's Phantom Liberty expansion still holds some secrets. In case you don't know, you can call various numbers from said phone to coax comical reactions from Johnny. Calling numbers posted to the nearby wall, for example, plays music from Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3. Meanwhile, keying '80085' makes Johnny question V's priorities.

Anyway, it feels like Cyberpunk 2077's going to be one of those games that promotes conversation for years to come. While we doubt that there are any massive secrets still hidden in Night City, it's impressive that CD Projekt Red managed to squeeze so many Easter eggs into the RPG.

Do you have a favourite Cyberpunk 2077 Easter egg? Have you discovered any secrets for yourself while playing? Spark some conspiracy theories in the comments section below.