All Relic Terminals And Locations In Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

Gain additional points for your Relic abilities in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty.


There are a bunch of new quirks in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, all of which bolster V's offense and defense in combat. However, you do need to allocate a limited number of points just to make use of these. Our guide discusses the Relic Terminals that you can find as you explore Dogtown.

Where to find Relic Terminals in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

The Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Relic Terminals are needed if you want to unlock all related Relic abilities. Once you start the expansion's campaign, you'll meet a character named Songbird, who'll then direct you to the district of Dogtown. As you make your way to the entrance, the mechanic itself, an all-new skill tree, becomes available. From there, you'll need to obtain Relic points as you progress onward.

Relic points from Songbird

There are a couple of instances when you'll receive your Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Relic points from Songbird:

  • Dog Eat Dog mission - Once the Relic skill tree becomes available, Songbird will also give you three points so you can unlock an ability as soon as possible.
  • Birds With Broken Wings mission - Much later in the campaign, Songbird will ask you to go to a particular location. Make your way there and she'll contact you, granting an extra three points.

Relic Terminal locations

You'll obtain one point whenever you interact with a Relic Terminal in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. These metal contraptions are yellow in color, and are usually in well-hidden spots. However, if you're within a certain radius, you can open your map and toggle the Exploration custom filter. This will show R-shaped icons denoting the locations of the Relic Terminals. You can see some of these in the image below:

The map shows the Relic Terminal locations in Dogtown, and we've numbered them accordingly.
The map shows the Relic Terminal locations in Dogtown, and we've numbered them accordingly.

1. EBM Petrochem Stadium

This is where you'll end up when you first enter Dogtown. Head past the vendor stalls and go to the northern portion of the stadium. You'll find this terminal behind a statue of football players.

2. Golden Pacific (apartments)

Go northwest from the Golden Pacific pyramid and you'll see an old apartment complex. You'll spot the steps leading up to the second-floor section, which happens to have this Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Relic Terminal.

3. Golden Pacific (ruined building)

Make your way to the overpass across the pyramid-shaped casino. You'll see a ruined building, which can be reached via an incline. Another terminal can be found on top of a ledge.

From left to right: EBM Petrochem Stadium; Golden Pacific apartments; Golden Pacific ruined building.

4. Luxor High Wellness Spa/Voodoo Boys Stronghold

In this area, you'll see the Biotechnica building, and it's not abandoned. In fact, it's full of Voodoo Boys gangsters. Go inside the facility to find this terminal, and watch out for enemies. The boss in this area, Ayo Zarin, also drops an iconic weapon called the Agaou.

5. Basketball court

After meeting Solomon Reed during the Lucretia My Reflection mission, he'll ask you to get in his car. Check the nook below the bridgeway, which is marked by graffiti on the wall.

6. Abandoned parking lot

Go south from the Kress Street hideout and you should spot a plaza. Continue onward and check the second-floor area of an abandoned parking lot.

From left to right: Luxor/Voodoo Boys Stronghold; Basketball court; Abandoned parking lot.

7. Kress Street hideout

Upon leaving the Kress Street hideout, you should be able to ride the elevator all the way down. The terminal is right next to a fast travel point.

8. Barghest Stronghold

From the Kress Street hideout, follow the alleyway to the west until you see a narrow path with the Barghest dog insignia. The interior of this building leads to the Barghest Stronghold (i.e. Increased Criminal Activity). Head inside the tunnel and check the small control room just before the large chamber. You can continue deeper into the facility to fight a trooper in a mech unit. The exit itself leads back outside to a Second Amendment shop in Pacifica.

9. Massdrive Building

Make your way to the Terra Cognita fast travel point, which is in the southern portion of Dogtown. There, you'll see the Massdrive building, which is also another merc Stronghold. Eliminate the hostiles, as well as the Modified Arasaka MRS-071 Drone. Then, go up the escalator and check the room to the left to spot this Relic Terminal.

From left to right: Kress Street hideout; Barghest Stronghold; Massdrive Building.

In any case, these are the Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Relic Terminals that we've found so far. We'll update this guide once we discover more locations, so stay tuned.

There's more in store for V as you check out the district of Dogtown in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. For other tips and tactics, you can visit our guides hub.

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