Cyberpunk 2077’s latest 2.0 replace has made some huge modifications to the sport, however it’s additionally added some extras right here and there, like a model new arcade recreation.
The final replace earlier than 2.0 arrived, patch 1.6, added in an arcade recreation you may play in Cyberpunk 2077 known as Roach Race, a easy pixel artwork recreation set inside The Witcher the place you play as Geralt’s trustworthy companion Roach. It was a pleasant addition to the sport, and replace 2.0 added in a brand new arcade recreation known as Trauma Drama too, one other facet scrolling pixel artwork recreation with extra of a run and gun slant. But it turns on the market’s one other recreation that is been added in with 2.0 that wasn’t talked about within the recreation’s patch notes.
Oh Shit They Added a Secret Arcade Game! Arasaka Tower 3D
As noticed on the sport’s subreddit, the sport in query known as Arasaka Tower 3D, a Doom-like recreation wherein you play as none apart from Johnny Silverhand, your fixed companion in the primary recreation. You’ll most likely discover it to be a bit acquainted, as you are enjoying as Silverhand throughout his assault on Arasaka Tower, one thing you expertise first hand throughout an early flashback.
It’s a very neat little addition to the sport, and actually makes a variety of sense for Cyberpunk’s world – in fact somebody made a recreation about a particularly notable terrorist assault, what a superbly regular factor to do. The recreation additionally apparently references a set of characters which were a little bit of a thriller for Cyberpunk gamers, so it looks like CD Projekt is constructing in direction of one thing in any case.
If you are seeking to play this arcade recreation your self, you may discover it in a constructing close to the Protein Farms location. You can take a look at the video under to indicate you the place it’s, in addition to what it appears like in motion. And in the event you’re questioning how the upcoming Phantom Liberty growth is faring, you possibly can take a look at Alex’s evaluation of it right here.