One Cyberpunk 2077 player uncovered a vending machine glitch in V’s apartment that allowed players to buy Burrito XXL Rosados indefinitely.
One Cyberpunk 2077 fan discovered that the vending machine in the player’s residence could be used to purchase Burrito XXL Rosados indefinitely if the player has the cash. Even though the game has been out for nearly a year, players are still discovering new Cyberpunk 2077 secrets. A corpse beside a rubbish dump that resembles Mythbusters’ Adam Savage is the most recent discovery in the imaginary dystopian Night City, including multiple allusions to other popular video games and other media assets.
Cyberpunk 2077 has seen an avalanche of positive Steam reviews in the last month, with users blotting away the game’s various flaws and giving it a fair chance after the developers’ continued support. The title is presently rated “Mostly Positive” on the marketplace, with nearly 30,000 recent reviews, and those figures are projected to climb when fresh updates are released. While CD Projekt Red has announced that two big Cyberpunk 2077 patches will be released early this year, a recent leak suggests that the game’s impending current-gen update will be a soft relaunch with a new title and free DLC. The studio’s PR Director, Radek Grabowski, has debunked these reports. However, his reaction generated more questions than it answered.
One gamer has learned that they can buy infinite burritos in their flat, a hilarious discovery. A screenshot of what looks to be Cyberpunk 2077’s protagonist V sleeping on a bed of burritos was published on Reddit by user ARoyaleWithCheese. According to the user, a vending machine malfunction in V’s apartment allows players to mash the order to acquire unlimited Burrito XXL Rosados endlessly. Furthermore, if the machine runs out of burritos, saving and restarting the game will automatically restock it while maintaining the ones already purchased, allowing individuals looking to start a burrito wave in their own home to buy at their leisure without risking the game crashing.
One major factor contributing to Cyberpunk 2077’s disastrous debut in 2020 was glitches and bugs. Because Cyberpunk 2077 was probably the most broken AAA game ever released, both PlayStation and Xbox offered refunds a month after its release, and PlayStation even went so far as to temporarily remove the game PlayStation Store in response to widespread criticism and refund requests. Since then, CD Projekt Red has made it a high priority to resurrect the beleaguered title, even delaying the game’s current-gen versions for more polish.
Even though CD Projekt Red is gradually revitalizing the game with patches, the first-person sci-fi sandbox still has a long way to go before it can be forgiven for its terrible launch. Although it is unknown how well Cyberpunk 2077 will be received in the future, the current edition of Night City is still full of surprises for eager gamers looking for new adventures.
Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on Google Stadia, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.