During Cyberpunk 2077’s ‘Search and Destroy’ mission you’ll be tasked with trying to exit the building. You can simply make a beeline for the exit, but there’s also a way you can save Takemura from an untimely end. In this guide, we’ll talk you through how to save Takemura in Cyberpunk 2077, so you’ve got one more ally on your side in Night City.
Things start off with you heading to Takemura’s safehouse. Head up to room 303 and knock four times on the door. Any other amount of knocks will result in Takemura firing at and killing you.
It’s after this cutscene that you’ll then have the option to save Takemura.
How to Save Takemura in Cyberpunk 2077’s ‘Search & Destroy’ Quest
Specifically, you need to look out for a blue neon cross on the wall. It’s pretty huge and glowing… so you shouldn’t have issues finding it.
When you’re facing the cross, look down to your left and you’ll spot a small red glow coming from a gap in the wall. Crouch and crawl through this and then take out the enemies in the next room.
Head up two floors via the stairs at the other end of this room to where you came in. Follow the long corridor until you reach a right turn. Head down here and you’ll find Takemura in room 303.
With Takemura safely following, continue to down the corridor, taking out the other couple of enemies awaiting you. Once they’re cleared out, head through the first door on your right, and then drop down a hole in the floor.
Now all you need to do is take out the last enemy standing by the door and walk out the building. Congratulations, you just saved Takemura in Cyberpunk 2077’s ‘Search and Destroy’ mission.
That’s everything you need to know on how to save Takemura in Cyberpunk 2077. Head on over to our guide wiki for more tips and tricks, search for Twinfinite, or check out even more of our coverage on the game below.
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