All new weapons in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty DLC
Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty introduced a plethora of new weapons into the game that expand the gunplay. Here are all the new weapons that will help V command the streets of Night City.
Cyberpunk 2077‘s Phantom Liberty DLC has expanded the base game with an array of new content for players to tackle across Night City, including a brand new story, abilities, skills, improved AI, and of course, a whole host of fresh weapons to use.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of any RPG is equipping your character with different weapons and experimenting with new loadouts and builds so these new weapons should greatly enhance players’ experiences in the game.
If you’re wondering exactly what weapons you’ll be able to use in the DLC, we’ve got a full rundown of all the new additions below.
All Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty weapons
Order is a double-barreled shotgun that appears to have been modified with some rather bulky attachments. The chunky gun certainly looks rather menacing, with barbed wire and red spray paint coating the gun, while a skull and spider have been emblazoned upon the stock.
While no gameplay has been featured of the Order, we do know that it has been labeled as “Illegal” by local law enforcement, further suggesting that this shotgun will really pack a punch.
Grit is a pint-sized pistol that is equipped with an extended mag, enabling V to quickly finish off low enemies. While we don’t know how much damage this new handgun will do, the added ammunition will come in handy during firefights with multiple opponents.
Just like with the Order shotgun, the Grit has also been labeled as “Illegal” so we imagine this compact weapon will be able to do some heavy lifting.
SMGs have always been a staple in Cyberpunk 2077 and the Warden certainly aims to wow players with its firepower. This machine gun features a black and yellow design and appears to have been modified with a battery pack.
Because of this, we think it’s safe to assume that the Warden will be a Tech weapon that will enable players to charge their shots for higher penetration power – similar to that of the Arasaka Senkoh LX.
The Osprey is one of Phantom Liberty’s Sniper Rifles. This heavy-duty weapon certainly looks like it will pack a punch. Featuring a long barrel, beefy magazine, and a sleek scope, the Osprey could be the perfect companion for those who enjoy the more methodical approach of long-range combat.
Not much is known about Hercules. This so-called “Special” weapon has burn marks over its barrel, while a protective orange material seems to feed ammo or fuel into the magazine. There are even a number of hazard symbols that appear on the gun, suggesting that the Hercules is incredibly dangerous and somewhat volatile.
If we had to guess, it’s likely this Special weapon will likely douse V’s enemies in scorching hot flames or produce a toxic agent that can melt through even the tankiest of foes.
Rasetsu is Phantom Liberty’s second Sniper Rifle. However, unlike the Osprey, the Rasetsu is much longer and chunkier, which suggests that this gun will be able to penetrate through heavily armored foes.
There’s also the fact that it’s produced by Tsunami Defense Systems, one of the three top-tier weapons manufacturers in Cyberpunk 2077. Tsunami Defense Systems are known to produce weapons that utilize the very best technology.
Judging from the previous Tsunami Nekomata and Tsunami Ashura Sniper Rifles, we expect the Rasetsu will offer charged shots or some form of targeting assistance. It’s also interesting to note, that the Rasetsu scope states “Neural Link Stable,” so it could even provide V with some form of Neuralware enhancements.
Katanas are a go-to for many Cyberpunk players who enjoy melee combat. The Thermal Katana features a glowing red blade, that looks like it will be able to melt through enemies’ armor, enabling V to slice and dice their foes no matter how tanky they are.
So, there you have it, that’s every weapon in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty. For more content on the game, check out our guides below:
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