Cyberpunk 2077 has its fair share of Easter Eggs hiding away in Night City. The team at CD Projekt Red spent years crafting this world, and while populating it they sprinkled familiar references and entirely obscure nods absolutely everywhere, and this Mortal Kombat reference is no exception.
Did you know that Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion is hiding away in Night City – kind of? I wouldn’t blame you for being totally unaware, as this little reference is very easy to miss indeed. In fact, if you work hard on completing quests for Panam, you will lose the opportunity to ever see this reference, and will never be able to complete the quest which gifts this easter egg to you. That means many of you may not see this in-game until you’ve started a new game – sorry Cyberpunk fans, this is a tough one to catch.
But, if you haven’t yet completed Panam’s Queen Of The Highway mission, then you still have time to earn this Mortal Kombat reference in the form of a small statue that will permanently become a fixture of V’s apartment. It’s a cute easter egg, though probably not one that the Netherealm team approved of. Just read on below for everything you need to know to find this easter egg in your own Cyberpunk 2077 playthrough.
Side Quest: I’ll Fly Away In Cyberpunk 2077
This quest is very short and sweet, but that also makes it incredibly easy to miss. Before you play the Queen Of The Highway quest with Panam, head to the Southwest of the Nomad camp in the Badlands, and you should have a side quest activate. Mitch in on the hill next to the burial site, and he would like your assistance with honouring the dead.
Meet him again to the North, where the road meets with the edge of the world to give the dead the send-off they deserve. Mitch will be grateful for your assistance, and he will give you a gift that will be sent back to V’s apartment. No prizes for guessing what it is.
Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion Statue In Cyberpunk 2077
If you’ve been paying attention you’ll know that Scorpion is the character you just gave a send off, and now you get a Scorpion statue on your table at V’s apartment – but the pose is a bit familiar to Mortal Kombat fans. Yes, he’s based on Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion, not the one you just held a funeral for.
If you scan the statue you find it is from the “KO Kombat” series and is known as the Yellow Jacket Warrior. Basically only a couple of lines away from the statue coming to life and spearing us through with a chain.
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