Interactive Cyberpunk 2077 Map Will Keep You From Getting Lost In Night City

It should be a whole lot more effective than that paper map included in the physical versions of the game.

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Cyberpunk 2077's Night City is massive and dense, and it can be pretty easy to lose your bearings while moving through the environments and talking to the various people you encounter. Especially early on, you may feel overwhelmed, but Piggyback's interactive map will help to make things a whole lot easier.

Available in a basic version for free and a premium version that includes progress tracking custom notes, and more, the Piggyback map provides you with icons for nearly everything there is to find in Night City, including vendors, missions, drop points, fixers, and more. You can zoom in to look at certain streets or buildings more closely, with the high-res version being locked being the premium version.

Using the interactive legend on the left side, you can also choose to show only certain types of missions or vendors, quickly highlight fast travel points, or hide the district lines that separate the various segments of the city. Five custom notes and marked found locations are also available to all users, even if they don't have the premium version. You do still have to be signed in to access these features, however, and if you purchase the full Piggyback guide for the game, you'll get an upgrade code for the premium interactive map for free.

Thus far, the interactive map is available in German, English, Spanish, French, Polish, and Italian. Future updates will add Japanese, Chinese, and Russian options, as well.

Cyberpunk 2077 has had a rocky launch thus far, and we detailed numerous technical problems in our Cyberpunk 2077 review. Still, getting a refund isn't that easy, although Sony has removed Cyberpunk from PSN and will officially offer refunds. You may just need to sit tight and hope the bugs can be worked out, possibly while memorizing the various points of interest on this map.

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