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How To Get A Motorcycle In Cyberpunk 2077

How To Get A Motorcycle In Cyberpunk 2077
Want to zip around Night City on your very own Motorbike? This guide on How To Get A Motorcycle In Cyberpunk 2077 will tell you about a special side mission that, once completed, will reward you with a very special set of keys that unlock access to your own motorbike.

There are a couple of very important story bits that center around unlocking the motorcycle. As this may be something players search for early in the game, I’m going to avoid mentioning any names, particular scenarios, or characters, just to avoid spoilers. But there’s enough information for you here to know how to unlock the bike.

How To Get A Motorbike In Cyberpunk 2077

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You need to follow the main story until V has a special chip implanted into his head. A situation occurs that puts V’s life at risk after an encounter with an ally goes sour. After a short while V awakens in his apartment and meets a very special character. You will know it when you get there.

Once V has met this character, you can leave your apartment to continue exploring Night City as normal. A few minutes after leaving the apartment you will get a phone call that unlocks a new mission. The mission is called Heroes and it asks you to call Mama Welles. Use your phone to call Mama Welles and after a brief conversation, she will tell you that she’s left a special parcel outside your apartment.

Return home and pick up the parcel on the floor outside the door. This will give you the keys to your very own motorcycle. There are lots of other vehicles to unlock in Cyberpunk 2077.

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