The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's next-gen update includes a wild Easter Egg from Cyberpunk 2077!
Solve the mystery in The Witcher 3 and uncover the hidden Easter Egg from Cyberpunk 2077!
CD Projekt Red has added an Easter Egg to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's next-gen update that relates to Cyberpunk 2077's biggest mystery. The mystery, known as FF:06:B5, involves a set of numbers that appear in Cyberpunk's Night City. CD Projekt Red has included the quest in The Witcher 3, with Geralt teleporting to mysterious ruins that host the strange code. By visiting the south east of Velen, players can visit three small ruins and find a switch on each wall.
Pulling all three switches opens a portal on a nearby mountain that teleports Geralt to the top of another tower. Players must then drop lower and lower into the ruins until they reach a room full of immortal spectres. Heading deeper into the ruins spawns even more spectres, but the final room also holds two crystals that, when activated by the Aard sign, open a portal in the floor. The symbol seen on the Cyberpunk 2077 statue can be found on the wall in this room.
The letters around the symbol, when translated, present another set of seemingly random letters: FF, VQ, BZ, KW, GB, FP, OVE, and YAR. CD Projekt Red's Paweł Sasko, who was quest director on Cyberpunk 2077, has confirmed that there is a solution to the mystery, but players have not found it yet.
The next-gen update for The Witcher 3 brings an upgraded combat system, new mission, and armour sets based on other Witcher content. However, the update has been met with issues, with many PC users reporting significant problems. CD Projekt Red is looking into the issues.
YouTuber xLetalis discovered the Easter Egg and posted a video outlining how to uncover it. The symbol found in The Witcher 3 matches the one seen on the Cyberpunk 2077 statue. Gamers can try their hand at solving the mystery and uncovering the hidden Easter Egg in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's next-gen update.
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