Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards: What Are They? How Many Can You Collect?


Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards: What Are They? How Many Can You Collect?

Dhruv Bhatnagar
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With the upcoming Phantom Liberty and 2.0 Update, new and old players are returning to Cyberpunk 2077.
Tarot Cards are one of the several side-quests in Cyberpunk 2077 that players can do for rewards and achievements.
There are 20 Tarot Cards spread across Night City; our guide helps cover all locations where you can find them.

CD Projekt Red’s sci-fi RPG, Cyberpunk 2077, may not have had the smoothest launch in 2020, but it has drawn in millions of players into the Night City over the years. With the upcoming Phantom Liberty and 2.0 Update, new and old players are returning to Cyberpunk 2077.

There are a lot of cool things to see in the Night City, and the Tarot Cards are one of the few tracked collectibles that you can find in Cyberpunk 2077. While one might expect them to be literal cards, these are wall murals that you will find throughout Night City and the Badlands in the game. 

If you are unaware of Tarot card reading, it is a form of fortune telling where practitioners use these cards to gain insight into the past, present, or future. In a Tarot deck, the Major Arcana cards (22 of them) are considered the most recognizable and impactful ones that represent situations we all face in the grand scheme of life.

Below is everything you need to know about Tarot cards in Cyberpunk 2077 and the reward for spotting them all.

What are Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards?

Unlike regular wall murals, these Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards are glitchy, digital paintings that only V and Johnny can see. You can find them throughout the game once you unlock the ‘Fool on the Hill’ quest after finishing the main story mission: The Heist. The side mission of the Fool on the Hill quest tasks players to locate the 20 Tarot Cards. 

Cyberpunk’s Tarot Cards are linked to the actual tarot cards you will find in a Tarot deck, including ones such as The Fool, Magician, and the Hangman. Once you find your first Tarot Card, make sure to go and talk to Misty and Victor, as they’ll be able to give you more information on these.

What Do You Get For Finding Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards?

There are 20 Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards you can find. Once you’ve found all Tarot Cards, you have to get them back to Misty. She will help you understand the meaning behind them.

Once you do that, you will unlock the “Wandering Fool” achievement or trophy and get Misty’s dreamcatcher, which will be added to the little alcove above the bed in V’s apartment.

That’s not the end, though. When you talk to Misty, she will tell you that there are two more Tarot Cards for you to find. But you can’t find these ones just by exploring as they are connected to Cyberpunk 2077’s different endings. You need to wait for a while before you collect them all.

How To Find All Cyberpunk 2077 Cards?

There are 20 marked locations in the game where players can find Tarot Cards and record them. On your mini-map, just look out for the little card icon and then go to that location to collect them. Notably, they are all mostly located next to fast-travel points. Here’s a list of all the Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077 :

The last two cards serve as a narrative role. They are the Devil Tarot Card and the Judgement Tarot Card. Given the fact that each one is locked behind a specific ending, players can’t get their hands on both. 

Since the ending where V partners up with Arasaka is considered bad, it houses the Devil Tarot Card. With other routes, players storm Arasaka Tower before confronting Adam Smasher, the game’s final boss. Players here get to see the Judgement Tarot Card, foreshadowing the hard choice players will need to make at the game’s end.

Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards, you’ll be sad to know, don’t do a lot. They’ll give you a lot of XP and look cool, but if you’re looking for a bigger adventure, there’s a lot else Night City has to offer you.

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