Cyberpunk 2077: The best Stealth and Cold Blood perks

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Cyberpunk 2077 Stealth Cold Blood Perks Guide

Stealth perks

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If you want to sneak your way into various locations in Cyberpunk 2077, then the Stealth perk is just about right for you. As long as you’re hidden when you take out enemies (be it with firearms, melee weapons, or quickhacks), you’ll level-up this perk. Don’t forget to hide bodies as well.

 

Here are some important picks:

Perk/Skill Node Effect Cool Level
Crouching Tiger +20% movement speed while sneaking 1
Silent and Deadly +25% damage when using silenced weapons 1
Strike from the Shadows +25% crit chance while sneaking 7
Assassin +15% damage vs. human enemies 7
From the Shadows +25% crit chance for seven seconds when you enter combat 12
Restorative Shadows +25% health regeneration while stealthed 16
Cheat Death +50% damage reduction for 10 seconds when you fall below 50% health; can only occur once per minute 18

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Stealth awards an extra perk point at levels 3, 5, 7, 10, 13, 15, and 18. Other level-ups boost your evasion, health regeneration outside combat, and DPS.

Stealth ultimate perk (level 20): Toxicology – +5 seconds poison duration; +0.2 seconds per level.

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