Cyberpunk 2077 Player Shows that V Can Buy All the Burritos
One Cyberpunk 2077 fan discovered that the vending machine inside a player’s apartment could be used to purchase endless Burrito XXL Rosados. Stock will never run out so long as the players have enough money. Even though the Cyberpunk 2077 game is more than a year old, players still discover new Cyberpunk 2077 secrets. The fictional dystopian Night City contains many nods to other video games. One of the most recent discoveries was a corpse found near a garbage dump. It resembles Mythbusters’ Adam Savage.
Cyberpunk 2077 has received many positive Steam reviews in the past month. Players have been able to blur out the many issues with the title and give it a chance after receiving continued support from its developers. The title currently has nearly 30,000 reviews and is now on the “Mostly Positive” section of the Steam storefront. These numbers will increase as more updates are made. CD Projekt Red has confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will receive two major updates early in the year. However, a leak suggests that Cyberpunk 2077’s current-gen update will include a soft relaunch and a new DLC. Radek Grabowski (the studio’s PR director) denied these rumors, but their response raised more questions than answered.
In a hilarious discovery, one player discovered that they could buy unlimited burritos from their apartment. ARoyaleWithCheese posted a screenshot on Reddit showing what appears to be Cyberpunk2077’s protagonist V lying on a bed made of burritos. V has a vending machine glitch that allows him to continue smashing the burritos to get unlimited Burrito XXL Rosados. The machine can be saved and reloaded to replenish it instantly. However, the machines may eventually run out. This allows players to continue buying burritos at their own pace, without the danger of the game going down.
Cyberpunk 2077’s fumbled launch in 2020 was due to bugs and glitches. The title was the most badly broken AAA game ever released. Both Xbox and PlayStation offered players refunds a month later. After enduring backlash and endless refund requests, PlayStation temporarily removed Cyberpunk2077 from its PlayStation Store. CD Projekt Red has prioritized reviving the title, even delaying the current-gen version for added polish.
CD Projekt Red is gradually updating the title, but the first-person sci-fi sandbox still has a lot of work to do before it can be saved from its disastrous launch. Although Cyberpunk 2077’s future perception is uncertain, Night City’s current version is full of surprises for those interested in new ventures.