Which way to go in the tunnels in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

Which way to go in the tunnels in Cyberpunk 2077
Screenshot: CD Projekt Red

Phantom Liberty adds a whole new storyline to Cyberpunk 2077, posing new choices, weapons, and characters. As you make your way through the game, you will often be confronted with decisions to be made. Some of these make a serious difference to the narrative, while others will only lead you to new loot and gear. When you are given the choice of which direction to go in the tunnels under Cyberpunk Dogtown, one way leads to loot, and the other to the way out.

Which way to go in the tunnels in Cyberpunk 2077?

Which way to go in the tunnels in Cyberpunk 2077

Screenshot: PC Invasion

Take the right direction initially. Basically, both routes lead to the way out; however, with a little extra work, you can grab some loot on the way out. You will be faced with a gate you can get through with the right level of tech. If you are level 18, this door can be opened. Without the tech level, you will be faced with a jet of steam you cannot pass.

If you’re too low level, you’ll need to double back and make your way over to the valve that is hidden behind the scaffold at the end of the corridor. You can access this by climbing the scaffold on the right side and dropping down. Turning off the valve will allow you to pass through the right tunnel in Cyberpunk 2077.

As you make your way through the right tunnel, you will find yourself in a new room full of the loot you deserve. Make sure to loot all the boxes around the room before you move on. You will make your way through an underground tunnel before coming out to the next destination. 

The left route in the tunnel will only take you to the same destination but without the fun loot room. This is the quicker option but much less rewarding. 

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