After a long time of waiting, Cyberpunk 2077 seems to be at the level that many users expected. With the recent update 2.0 and the arrival of the expected DLC Phantom Liberty, it seems that the bugs of the past have been left behind, and in a way they have. However, there are players who are reporting a very specific problem when reaching the final mission of this DLC, The Killing Moon.
What happens with The Killing Moon and how do I activate this mission?
One of the many features of Cyberpunk 2077 is the use of time as a natural way to activate missions and events in Night City. The final mission of Phantom Liberty has this feature, and one of the routes you can take in the final mission, The Killing Moon, has you waiting for Songbird’s call to start.
However, a portion of the Phantom Liberty user community has posted several threads on Reddit commenting that this particular mission takes a long time to activate. While some have commented that it takes about 40 minutes, others have completed multiple side quests and have gone weeks in the game without this mission triggering.
But what if you get stuck on this mission? Some users on Reddit have a suggestion, which is far from an official solution, but something that seems to work in the community. Some suggest completing the “Run This Town” mission given to you by Mr. Hands first, so that “The Killing Moon” can finally be activated. This may help while CD Projekt Red finds a solution to this problem.
Cyberpunk 2077, a tale of redemption
It has been a hard road for a game that is now considered by many as a masterpiece. With a complicated and, for many, embarrassing beginning, you could already see the enormous potential that CD Projekt RED’s work had, and this was the case with Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty completes its journey of redemption. In Meristation’s review of Phantom Liberty, “we find a fantastic expansion, full of content and with a story that is on par with the studio’s great works. It is a great adventure of espionage and fragile loyalties, an exquisite complement to the base game that is extremely worth discovering. “A must for fans and those who have yet to take the plunge into the cyberpunk epic from the creators of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.’