Want to step up your cyberware game to the next level? Finding legendary cyberware is a difficult task in Cyberpunk 2077, but we will show you a way to get some.
Unfortunately, nothing that I will tell you in this guide will be free. Legendary cyberware is hard to come by throughout Night City. There are a few places you can get some, as well as with some quests that will get you some cyberware, but that’s it.
To get some legendaries to your collection, you will need to spend some hard-earned Eurodollars. There is a particular ripperdoc which has a legendary nervous system cyberware.
Where to Buy Legendary Nervous System Cyberware – Cyberpunk 2077
The ripperdoc will have two legendary parts for cyberware, and they will come at two different price points. One will be around 20 thousand, while the other will come at 35 thousand.
So, it’s not exactly a cheap sport, however, if you’re looking for fast ways to get that extra buffs, this is the way to do it!
Usually, Japantown has one of many more renowned ripperdocs, and it’s the same case for the particular one that I will show you today.
To buy some legendary nervous system cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077, you will need to go to Westbrook, Japantown, but more specifically, to this shopkeeper:
It’s imporant to mention that, as I said, there are quite a few shops that sell legendaries in Japantown, so make sure that you check out a few merchants in the area as well.
Nonetheless, for today, go to this particular ripperdoc, and browse the nervous system cyberware. You will have two legendary choices:
- Reflex Tuner
- Synaptic Accelerator
This is the most powerful choice, but the only downside is its price. At that price point, there are some legendary guns that you can buy.
Nevertheless, with this item, you will get a time ability, which will allow you to slow down time by 50% for four seconds when detected by foes. This has a cooldown of 60 seconds, which is not a lot, but you won’t exactly be moving around in slow-motion all the time either.
The Synaptic Accelerator is similar to the Reflex Tuner. You get the same effect of slow-motion, but with a whopping 80%, but this will happen only when your health dips below 25%.
Cooldown is less, which is great, and makes it a more viable option when you compare price to performance!