Cyberpunk 2077: discovered an easter egg added post launch, which refers to a known bug

Cyberpunk 2077: discovered an easter egg added post launch, which refers to a known bug

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A Cyberpunk 2077 player has discovered a new post-launch easter egg added, which references a well-known bug in the game, also bringing into play the Harry Potter saga. In fact, problems and bugs were not lacking in the first versions of the CD Projekt Red title, with some that have become real memes, so absurd they were.

One of these was located in Wellsprings and saw the characters not players walking desperately against a wall, with a truly comical effect. Now going to the place, on the same wall there is a mural with the words Platform 69 3/4, a reference to the Platform 9 3/4 of Harry Potter, the one in which the wizards ran against a wall of the Kings Cross station, in London, to catch the train that would take them to Hogwarts school.

Note also the writing "Hit Here" placed immediately above a bloodstain. Evidently someone must have tried to enter the wall with a little too much force.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Player Discovers New Secret Added After Launch

A Cyberpunk 2077 player has discovered a new secret that was added by CD Projekt Red after the game's launch. The secret in question is a self-deprecating secret and interestingly enough involves a nod to Harry Potter, or at least it seems to be a nod to Harry Potter. And if you played the game at launch, you'll know it's also a homage to an infamous bug. 

When CD Projekt Red released Cyberpunk 2077 in 2020, it was not only a buggy mess, but it had severe technical issues and major design flaws. It was a hot mess. It's since been majorly improved, but the Internet will never forget. Nor will CD Projekt Red. And if they ever forget they have an easter egg in the game to remind them.

The easter egg is located in Wellsprings and involves a wall market as Platinum 69, which seems to be a reference to Platform 9 3/4 in Harry Potter, where characters run through the wall to get to the Hogwarts station. At launch, NPCs would cross the sidewalk and then run into the wall repeatedly. At some point after launch, CD Projekt Red painted the wall with Platinum 69 and a 'hit here' sign. It's unclear when exactly this was added, but it was certainly not in the game at or around launch. 

Cyberpunk 2077 has a Harry Potter easter-egg that is actually a nod to bad NPC pathing and was patched in after the release from GamingDetails

Cyberpunk 2077 is available via Google Stadia, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. For more coverage on the CD Projekt Red open-world RPG, click here.

'Most of the Cyberpunk 2077 characters you'll meet in Night City have different connections and perspectives on the setting, but they've all got one unifying point to stress: the possibilities of Night City are endless,' reads the opening of our review of the game. 'Those possibilities draw people in and keep inhabitants entangled in the affairs of the city with everyone looking for their next big move, their next thing to do. Not everyone is as impressed with the city though and instead, say it's just a city like any other and that people can find what they're looking for elsewhere. As it turns out, Cyberpunk 2077 has a lot in common with its bustling, futuristic setting.'

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