Cyberpunk 2077 Easter Egg Pays Homage to Blade Runner #cyberpunk
It would have been a huge oversight if CDPR had not placed Blade Runner-related Easter eggs in Cyberpunk 2077. Below is one of them, a Roy Batty replicant-type character with a bird on a rooftop. There is also an origami crane on the lobby table in the hotel, a Roy Batty tombstone in the cemetery (with the “tears in the rain” as his quote), and a Batty’s Hotel.
Which begs the question: What other cyberpunk fictions and other references are there in the game? Below is a video with a 100 such discoveries. If you’ve found others, please post in the comments.
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