Cyberpunk 2077 allows players to hack their way through the game in order to give them an edge. Using their Cyberdeck, they can Quickhack enemies and objects to give them an edge in combat or in sneaking around undetected. If you’re here, you’re probably looking for a list of Quickhacks in Cyberpunk 2077 so you can properly set up your build.
In Cyberpunk 2077 Quickhacks are a way for you to hack a piece of technology or enemy combatant. By scanning something hackable (holding Tab on PC, LB on Xbox, or L1 on PlayStation), you can bring up a list of Quickhacks you have equipped and then deploy them as you please.
Quickhacks are limited by RAM, however, and different Quickhacks have different RAM costs. RAM recharges during combat at different rates depending on the perks you’ve poured into the character menu, and Quickhack has its own cooldown time, meaning you won’t be able to spam them indefinitely.
Your Cyberdeck is limited to how many you can have equipped at any given time, so make sure you have a loadout that you’re satisfied with before heading out into a difficult encounter.
Below you can find a list of all Quickhacks that you can equip during the game. Do note that this list may or may not be comprehensive yet, and we will add to it as more are discovered.
Also, there are different rarities of each Quickhack that can be found or purchased throughout the game, each more powerful than the last and, in some cases, featuring new attributes.
All Quickhacks in Cyberpunk 2077 – Full List
- Assist Mode – Forces turrets to manually aim.
- Breach Protocol – Makes enemies more vulnerable to quickhacks.
- Contagion – Apply a poison effect to a targets within a tight area of effect.
- Cripple Movement – Prevents target from moving.
- Cyberware Malfunction – Disabled cyberware of the target.
- Cyberpsychosis – Forces target to go berserk and attack anything near it, including itself.
- Detonate Grenade – Forces the detonation of a target’s grenade.
- Distract Enemies – Forces a device to malfunction to create a distraction to nearby enemies.
- Friendly Mode – Causes targeted device to view you as a friend.
- Initiate Overload – Overload a device and destroy it.
- Memory Wipe – Forces a target to no longer be in a combative state and forget what you did to them.
- Overheat – Applies a burn effect to a target.
- Ping – Reveals enemies and devices in a location.
- Reboot Optics – Temporarily blind an enemy.
- Remote Deactivation – Allows you to manipulate certain devices such as doors.
- Short Circuit – Deal electrical damage to an enemy.
- Sonic Shock – Deafens a targets and make them unable to hear sounds.
- Suicide – Causes an enemy to commit suicide with their own weapon.
- Synapse Burnout – Deals damage to enemy. The lower the target’s HP, the more damage it does.
- System Reset – Forces a target to lose consciousness.
- Take Control – Allow you to take control of certain devices.
- Weapon Glitch – Disable a target’s weapon.
- Whistle – Call a target to your position.
That’s everything you need to know to complete Cyberpunk 2077‘s Quickhacks. For more tips, tricks and guides, head on over to our wiki, or check out more of our coverage on the CDPR’s latest game below.
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