Where to Find BB in Cyberpunk 2077

BB in the Police Laboratory in Cyberpunk 2077.

Cyberpunk 2077 is packed with Easter eggs and intriguing cameos, and one such Easter egg involves a character from Death Stranding. BB, the baby that Norman Reedus’ character carries in Death Stranding, makes a playful cameo in one of Cyberpunk 2077’s side missions. To uncover this hidden gem, follow the guidance provided in our “Where to Find BB in Cyberpunk 2077” guide below.

Find BB in the Police Lab During The Hunt Side Mission

In Cyberpunk 2077, you can initiate the “I Fought The Law” side mission from the character Jefferson Peralez. This mission introduces you to another character named River Ward, who presents a series of side missions for V to undertake, including the one featuring the BB Easter Egg, “The Hunt.”

During “The Hunt” side mission, your objective is to infiltrate a police laboratory in Night City’s The Glen. While you are inside the police station you can find the BB Easter egg. To locate it make your way to the large laboratory located in the southeast corner of the building, identifiable by the Night City Police Department sign. Once inside, you’ll spot BB on a platform under examination. Scanning this object will provide you with the following details:

  • Material: Plastic and metal.
  • Function: This device simulates conditions in the uterus.
  • Intended use: Maintains the life of BBs and detects BTs.

The inclusion of BB complements Hideo Kojima’s cameo, adding a delightful touch to the game, fitting well within Kojima’s creative style, and is a fun addition by CD Projekt RED.

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