Cyberpunk 2077 After Patch 1.5: All Apartments, Upgrades and Prices
With Cyberpunk 2077, Patch 1.5 comes four new flats that you can buy with expensive Eddies. We pass on all the information to you.
Cyberpunk 2077 offers a huge open world with Night City, but until patch 1.5 V could only have one apartment there or call her own. This has changed with the latest update for the role-playing game, which is why we are giving you all the information about the new properties, upgrades and prices in this article.
All information about the new apartments after patch 1.5
How many apartments are there?
With Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.5 you have a total of five different apartments available:
- Mega Building H10
- The Glen
- Corpo Plaza
When can I buy new apartments?
In Cyberpunk 2077 you can buy new apartments once you have completed Act 1. In concrete terms, this means that you have visited Takemura in Tom’s Diner, i.e. have completed the Playing for Time quest. Once you get past that point in Cyberpunk 2077’s main story, you’ll be able to acquire the new properties.
How do I buy new apartments?
To buy new apartments after Patch 1.5, you have two different options:
- Log into the network with the PC in V’s standard apartment. From there, go to the EZEstates in-game website. There you can choose between the four different properties that are for sale and buy new designs for V’s standard apartment.
- Once you have completed Act 1 of Cyberpunk 2077, a new quest submenu will be available in Vs Journal. Select the side quest for the apartment you want to buy and follow the signpost. Once there, you can simply buy the apartment on the spot.
How much do the new apartments cost?
The four new apartments that are available to you vary quite a bit in price. How many Eddies you have to shell out for each of the different properties can be found in the following list:
- Mega Building H10: Free, Vs Standard Apartment
- Northside: 5,000 Eddies
- Japantown: 15,000 Eddies
- The Glen: 40,000 Eddies
- Corpo Plaza: 55,000 Eddies
Do I have to pay rent for the new apartments?
No, if you buy a new property in Cyberpunk 2077, it is not associated with recurring costs. For the apartments you only have to pay the purchase price once, there are no additional costs.
You can review all the changes that came with Patch 1.5 here.