A Cyberpunk 2077 NPC Actually Ruined the Game's Story
Night City is filled with many unique and interesting people, but this Cyberpunk 2077 character manages to spoil important events in the story.
There are many smart and powerful characters in Cyberpunk 2077, but one manages to predict and ruin a major plot point in the story. Even when V took the time to listen to this NPC, they initially thought only of him as a deranged man spouting conspiracy theories about aliens. Yet there is something hidden in the man's ramblings, revealing all sorts of dark secrets about the Nightside.
Another mysterious NPC that players may encounter in Cyberpunk 2077 is Mr. Blue Eyes, who has gained notoriety in the community due to his shadowy and menacing presence throughout the game. Due to his strong influence over Night City, he could also be a prominent character in Cyberpunk 2077's Phantom Freedom DLC. Players can see him in two contexts: the "Dream On" sideline and the main game's Sun ending, where Mr. Blue Eyes hires V to steal data from a casino in Crystal Palace. Mister Blue Eyes might even be related to this NPC whose words can irritate powerful people.
Garry The Prophet Predicts Saburo's Return In Cyberpunk 2077
Gerald Winkler, commonly known as Gary the Prophet, was a conspiracy theorist on Urmland Street near Misty's Esoterica. If the player continues to visit him Listening to his monologue, they can eventually hear Gary talking about Arasaka, claiming that Saburo Arasaka is not actually dead, but just resting in his family vault. Players who ask Hanako for help in the "Nocturne Op55N1" quest can finally meet the leader of the Arasaka Corporation in Cyberpunk 2077, who has turned himself into a Sigil. The family crypt mentioned by Garry may refer to the mikoshi, which Saburo plans to use in conjunction with the "Protect Your Soul" project to continue immortality.
Cyberpunk 2077 - Garry The Prophet Talks About Alt
Garry also mentions beings who don't speak mortal languages in Cyberpunk 2077. The man said he heard the howls of beings removed from Earth form, but one of the voices stood out from the others. Gary calls her Queen Lilith, and claims that while she manages to stay calm, unlike the others, she loses her humanity in the process. The screaming creature Garry is talking about could be someone who was turned into a memory engram by Arasaka, and Lilith could be referring to Alt who was completely turned into an AI after being trapped in the network for years.
Players can also receive hidden missions in "Cyberpunk 2077" from Gary. V needs to talk to Garry a few times before they can save him from being beaten up by two nomads. If V protects Garry, he'll give the player a side job and the places they need to go to Kabuki. Players can witness a secret meeting between a group of Maelstrom gang members and two corpos. If the player returns after retrieving the chip, they will find that a blue-eyed man in a black suit has kidnapped Gary. Mr. Blue Eyes probably didn't appreciate Gary revealing unnecessary information to the public and decided to remove him.
Garry seems to have gained knowledge from the Cyberware Implant in Cyberpunk 2077, which he got from his Ripperdoc. The implant allows Gary to hear a secret communication channel that he falsely believes is coming from aliens. Cyberpunk 2077 has many interesting characters, but Gary is one of them because his conspiracy theories subtly reveal important events in the game.
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