Cyberpunk 2077 has tons of features and details, but some of them aren’t explained particularly well. This also includes, for example, the ability to switch the bike lights on and off on bikes. The same applies to underbody lighting in cars. Some players only notice such options after over 100 hours of gameplay, others probably never notice.
Cyberpunk 2077 player discovers cool light function on motorcycles that many fans didn’t even know about
That’s what it’s about: Almost everything glows at night in Cyberpunk 2077. Neon signs and the many other city lights are simply part of the genre. The mobile vehicles are no exception. Many of them not only have headlights, but also even more cool lighting effects.
Discovered after 100 hours: Redditor ailtonjuba excitedly shares his discovery that it is possible to turn glowing rings inside motorcycle tires on and off:
“100 hours of gameplay and I just discovered today that you can make the bikes’ wheels glow by pressing ‘V’.”
This is what it looks like:
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How about controllers? By pressing the control pad to the left.
There are even more cool options: If you hold down the button, the headlights can be switched on and off. Some cars also have underbody lighting that can be adjusted with a short press. By the way, you can also honk.
The Cyberpunk 2077 community celebrates: Countless comments under the video are happy about the discovery and explain that they didn’t know that either. This could be due, among other things, to the fact that the innovation was only introduced with the major update 1.5. Another fan writes:
“That’s okay, I just found out you can zoom in on the scanner.”
Cyberpunk 2077 recently received a free general overhaul with Update 2.0. Various systems such as skills and perks, AI or the police have been fundamentally changed. The consensus in most reviews is that we’ve finally gotten the game that was supposed to come out three years ago.
In addition, the first major story expansion for Cyberpunk 2077 called Phantom Liberty has now been released.
Did you know that these lights can be turned on and off? What more or less secret tricks do you still have up your sleeve?