In Cyberpunk 2077, V has many different tools at their disposal for progressing quest lines and finding out important information. Of all of those tools, braindance is the coolest and most futuristic. Here is everything you need to know about how to use braindance, what it’s used for, and more in Cyberpunk 2077.
What Braindance Is in Cyberpunk 2077?
As somewhat dictated by its name, braindance is an ability that allows V to jack into someone else’s brain and relive their experiences. To be exact, this is done by viewing a recording.
When in braindance, V can relive everything that the person they are view experienced, including their sense of sight, smell, and hearing. On top of this, there is also an analysis mode.
The analysis mode of braindance allows you to do all sorts of things, including controlling the camera and playback, pause footage, and even rewind. This mode is super helpful when trying to pick up on key details.
An example of this is that you can pick up different audio layers of background sounds to see sound signatures in Braindance in Cyberpunk 2077. Choosing to hone in on one specific instance can unveil particular dialogue or even important characters that are essential to completing quest objectives.
Now that you know what it is used for, you’ll want a basic rundown on why it’s important.
Searching for Clues
Braindance is a tool you’ll take advantage of throughout multiple questlines. Using this tool allows you to interact with and analyze things in the environment.
All you have to do is go up to someone or something that is interactive and enter braindance. When you do, you’ll be able to use the playback features to answer questions you have about the case.
That is everything you need to know about how to use braindance, what it’s used for, and more in Cyberpunk 2077. If you’re still looking for more tips and tricks to navigate Night City, be sure to check out our official wiki guide.
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