Cyberpunk 2077 Confirms Another Edgerunners Connection in Phantom Liberty

There are numerous associations with last year’s Cyberpunk: Edgerunners in Cyberpunk 2077: Ghost Freedom, including the unexpected appearance of Stella Ramos – the sister of Sasha Yakovleva. Delivered by renowned anime house Studio Trigger related to Disc Projekt Red, Edgerunners happens before the occasions of Cyberpunk 2077 and recounts the lamentable story of David Martinez, a youthful edgerunner who seeks become famous on the harsh roads of Night City. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners was met with close general recognition for its sharp liveliness, grasping plot, and point by point worldbuilding – and this has helped fuel Cyberpunk 2077’s resurgence following its notorious 2020 send off.

Later Cyberpunk 2077 updates have added Hidden treats and different references to Edgerunners, beginning with a little fix that proclaimed the show’s Netflix send off last September. Said fix gave players admittance to David’s unmistakable coat and Rebecca’s brand name shotgun as equippable things, as well as a beverage named in the last option’s honor. This September’s enormous Cyberpunk 2077 Update 2.0 added more references to Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, for example, a progression of dedications players can visit to offer their appreciation to David and his group. Sufficiently sure, the ensuing Cyberpunk 2077: Apparition Freedom DLC contained considerably more gestures to Edgerunners, permitting players to investigate a few striking areas from the show.

As per Dexerto and the authority Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Twitter account, players can meet a NPC with profound associations with the anime close to the start of Ghost Freedom’s principal storyline too. During one of Ghost Freedom’s side journeys, V meets with a dull haired NCPD official named Stella Ramos. Both she and V stow away from the medication master Dodger and his thugs by reclining in a vehicle close to Dogtown’s entry. Stella has more importance than apparently right away, as she is the more seasoned sister of Sasha Yakovleva – an individual from Maine’s netrunner group from before David Martinez went along with them.

While she never showed up in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners legitimate, Sasha was highlighted conspicuously in a music video delivered to advance the show. In this video, Sasha goes off all alone to break into Cyberpunk 2077’s scandalous Arasaka Company on a less than ideal mission – just to be killed for her inconveniences. She is then supplanted by Lucy, one of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners’ fundamental heroes and the old flame of David.

Stella’s relationship with Sasha was affirmed by the Cyberpunk: Edgerunners Twitter account, which posted work of art of the sisters by Kuvshinov_iyla before the end of last week. Not very many Cyberpunk 2077 players might have anticipated such an association with Edgerunners in Ghost Freedom, however it is considerably more proof that the two works are associated in the bigger Cyberpunk universe – which is set to go on in CDPR’s probably named Venture Orion.

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