Cyberpunk 2077 players have discovered an ultra-fast bunnyhop technique that lets them travel on Night City’s streets faster than cars, and it’s pretty easy to do, but it might not survive the next patch.
Cyberpunk 2077 has made headlines for good and bad reasons since its release. But despite all the mixed reactions and reviews, some players have thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
However, in addition to completing the story and discovering all the sights and sounds Night City has to offer, speedrunners have obsessed over finding ways to make their characters run as fast as possible.
Now, after a bit of trial and error, they’ve unraveled a seemingly broken and ultra-fast bunnyhop technique. It looks and feels a lot like what players have traditionally done in Quake and allows them to move faster than cars.
It’s also relatively easy to do.
To perform the ultra-fast bunnyhop technique, you’ll need to equip the Maneuvering System cyberware mod. If you don’t already have it, you can buy it from Octavio’s Clinc in Arroyo, Santo Domingo.
In essence, this mod lets you dodge in mid-air, but it can also be used to dash repeatedly and gain a ridiculous amount of speed and momentum. It’s as simple as jumping and then performing a dash right before you hit the ground.
It might take a bit of time to master since the timing has to be precise. However, once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to move at lightning-fast speeds. A YouTuber named Max Dakka showcased the technique in a video.
He even went a step further and combined it with the Reinforced Tendons cyberware mod to get extra height.
As you can see, the results are impressive. The technique has already become a bread and butter method for speedrunners to knock some valuable time off their runs.
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However, because it appears to be an exploit, it’s probably only a matter of time before it gets patched.
But until that happens, if you want to hit Night City’s streets in style and bounce around like an energized madman, this is the way.