Cyberpunk 2077 enthusiasts are obsessed with solving the last mystery of the game.
Two years later, Cyberpunk2077 players are still puzzled by one of the game’s greatest mysteries, which begins with the statue at Union Street in the middle of Night City.
Kotaku has released a fascinating report that explains how the statue’s side shows the alphanumeric sequence “FF06:B5″. This is just the beginning.
Three Buddhist monks are meditating at the statue’s base. The player can scan the monks to see their names changing daily. If V kills them, then the clones of the original trio will resume meditating the following day. There are 18 other statues scattered around the area, and this isn’t the only statue in the area. Some have pink orbs which sparkle when they are shot.
Who cares? If you’re looking for a way to quantify the problem, Kotaku and over 11,000 Cyberpunk2077 players do. Pawel Sasko, the quest director, stated that the mysterious statue and monks have a purpose if players find them. You can find the first clues in the FF06B5subreddit. The ” Newcomer Static” thread will also help you. You’ll soon be cutting through theories with your mantis blades, much like a Fruit Ninja game.
Players have created a stunningly-colored mindmap. I understand it isn’t easy to condense all the pathways here, so I’ll only choose one.
The statue at Union Street is a reminder that the monks who appear there are violating the Buddhist monastic code. Their hairstyles are longer than their fingers and include ornamentation such as tattoos and rings. This is most likely intentional, as only three NPC models visit the statue even if they are killed. The monk leader will shout, “My apprentice!” Your throat chakra is blocked. Activate meridians at the roof of the mouth.
Do you know anyone who deals in chakra realignment, Misty. Her shop has another glyph, which contains a serial number and letter combinations that can be broken down into pairs like the “FF06:B5” sequence. It’s worth noting that six of the type-B statues are located on points of the hexagon. None of them are oriented to the north.
And there is someone who leaps to their death just behind the “prime” statue on Union Street, and there’s a flag in the game’s code that follows “cs_cct_cpz_stat_002_triggered” once he falls. It’s not a stretch to say that “stat” refers to “statue.” Let’s link this to Misty’s collection of tarot card cards – the Death card holds a small, angular sword. It’s a bit like the one in those statues.