How to Ride the Train in Cyberpunk 2077

The NCART Pass in Cyberpunk 2077.

In Cyberpunk 2077 update 2.1, developers introduced several new features, notably a functional metro system. The addition of a working train had long been anticipated, and now players can seamlessly ride through Night City without the need for game modification, as it is now available in the base game. For instructions on how to ride the train in Cyberpunk 2077, refer to our guide below.

Get the NCART Pass

To ride the train in Cyberpunk 2077, you must obtain the NCART Pass, granting access to the metro system. Acquiring this pass is straightforward—progress through the story in Night City until you receive a message from the NCART Authority, containing your pass. The process involves a brief sequence where V inspects the card after reading the message.

If you attempt to ride the train without the pass card, you’ll only see the option to fast travel using the train. There won’t be an option to actually ride it.

Visit a Metro Station and Pick Rail to Ride

The NCART runs throughout Night City and you can ride the different lines from it.
The NCART runs multiple lines around Night City.

After obtaining the pass, you can freely ride the NCART around Night City. To do so, visit a metro station (identified by purple M’s on your map). At the station, approach the entrance, and you’ll be prompted to either fast travel or ride the Metro. Choose “ride the metro” to board the train. While on the train, you can sit, gaze out the window, people-watch, and listen to music, all from either a standing or sitting position.

If you wish to end the ride early you can choose to get off at the current/next stop. This will put you at the Metro station in the location the train was currently at.

That’s all you need to know to ride the new mode of transportation in Night City. The train gives a new way to appreciate the city and makes it feel more lifelike for those into that type of gameplay.

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