How to Use Your Phone in Cyberpunk 2077 to Call and Text

Cyberpunk is an open-world RPG that is so mesmerizing that you will be curious to learn so many small details for hours at a stretch. You would want to learn how to have conversations, how to up your skills, how to complete side missions, how to find loots, how to date and so much more stuff. But first, let’s start with the basics. And one of the basics you should learn right from the start is how to use your phone in Cyberpunk 2077 to call and text.

Conversation – Choices and their Consequences: You should note your dialogues throughout the game will have an impact on how certain situations will span out. Certain dialogue options will help advance the conversation, some options are timed, and certain options in conversation will only be available if you have enough attributes. All of this is an important aspect of Cyberpunk 2077.

How to Use Your Phone in Cyberpunk 2077 to Call and Text

From the inception of the game, you’ll start getting phone calls and text messages about the various activities you need to accomplish around Night City. You need to interact with several game characters as part of your mission or can even make calls randomly for side jobs, gigs, and hustles. But, note, you will be interacting with them via more advanced technology that will not exactly be a mobile device.

Your retinal display will allow you to send and receive calls on the go. You can pull up your list of contacts on your phone icon. Some contacts would want to have an audio conversation while some will need to interact with the text.

The phone calls and message list will start to pile up quickly but you can keep them in the background and ignore them since all of them won’t be important. In the game, you will be alerted about a side job if you drive through an area in Night City. You can choose to complete them by halting your main mission for a quick show or come back later to that area and complete it. Cyberpunk involves you with combat as much as it invites you with dialogues. So speak out your mind and shape your character and its story.

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