Cyberpunk 2077: Edgerunners In Game Locations

Accompanying the release of the Cyberpunk: Edgerunners TV Series on Netflix are a myriad of changes and new additions to the game it was inspired from, CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077. As you may know by now, the events in the new Anime series take place in the same Night City the game is primarily set in, making it all the more interesting to see how one references the other.  Some of the things that you thought only existed in the Anime series can also be found in-game, and vice versa.

In this guide, we will be showing you several in-game locations that can be found in both mediums of entertainment. Warning! There may be major spoilers from the TV Series in this guide.

Edgerunners In-Game Locations in Cyberpunk 2077

Jacked and Coke

This is a simple business establishment where players can complete gigs.

Party Location in Japantown

The location is practically identical to the Anime and the game, except for the partying.

David and Lucy’s Rooftop Location

If you have the double jump perk, you can easily find this atmospheric and semi-romantic location. However, there is a bit more fog in the game.

Corpo Plaza

Pretty identical to both the Anime and the game is the Corpo Plaza. Much like in-game, this location also played a vital role in the series.

David’s Apartment Location

Sadly, you can’t do much around here in-game. But, you can find here a Braindance that practically advertises the whole Anime series by playing the first minutes of it.

You may also get David’s jacket by completing a mission here.

Water Overlook Location

This atmospheric location appears practically identical in both the series and the game.

Apartment 1238

Players will pass through this particular apartment on their first mission with the lovable Jackie Welles.

It is a simple-looking apartment that appears in both Anime and the game.

Dirty Business Gig Location

A prominent location for both mediums of entertainment – players can complete a gig here.

Psych Ward

A location featured at the very start of the series – used mostly as the Hospital in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners.

Found more locations that can be seen in both the Anime series and the game? Feel free to let us know. Now enjoy Cyberpunk on both forms of media!

Written by Borut Udovic

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