If you have fond memories of abusing jumping physics in video games to bunnyhop at ridiculous speeds through Quake, Thief, or Half-Life (so that they get rectified and take away our fun), you’ll enjoy seeing them come back a little differently in Cyberpunk 2077.
YouTuber Max Dakka demonstrates the technique in the video above. To try it yourself, you will need to install some electronic software. Get the maneuvering system upgrade that lets you dribble in mid-air, and you might want the reinforced strings for that awesome double jump, too. The secret to your speed of movement is to dribble just before landing, after your jump. Every time you do this, you’ll get a boost, and soon linking reinforcements together will get you off the vehicles faster.
You can see in Max Dakka’s path around the belt that cars sometimes go out of existence as the V approaches, as this is clearly a higher speed than the game’s designers expected you to travel.
The same exploit has been documented on Reddit by Hank Jenkins And the Stricillol, Who also has Combined with a katana and a bunch of clueless foes To turn Cyberpunk 2077 into Ghostrunner.
Personally, I don’t mind if CD Projekt Red doesn’t fix this. I was thrilled to watch the speed racers competing for the best of times waving around the Night City.