CD Projekt Red’s latest action-RPG is ripe with ways to dispose of any enemy that gets in the way of making a name for yourself in Night City. If you plan to follow the way of the blade, you can pick up an incredibly powerful sword during the opening hours of the game. Here’s how to get the Satori katana in Cyberpunk 2077’s The Heist mission.
How to Pick Up the Satori Katana (The Heist)
After witnessing the death of Saburo Arasaka, T-Bug will open the doors to the balcony before meeting her own untimely end. Before you head out to the balcony to continue the story, turn around and go up the stairs to the second floor of Yorinobu’s penthouse.
Make your way up the stairs and exit out the door on your left, then up to the AV landing pad where you’ll encounter two guards. Once those two guards are dispatched, open the door to the AV and you’ll find the Satori sitting inside.
While the base damage of the Satori is initially low, this katana comes with over 500% critical damage that scales quite nicely as you continue to grow your blade skills. Pair this blade with skills like Blessed Blade to increase your critical chance or Dragon Strike to increase your critical damage.
You will eventually be able to upgrade the Satori to Legendary status to boost base damage significantly.
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