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Guide to Getting the Best Cyberpunk 2077 Shotgun

One thing that CD Projekt RED did right with Cyberpunk 2077 is the variety of guns available for players to use in the game.

In addition to how many guns you get to use and have fun with, certain gun types are best fit for particular situations. Like, for example, taking opponents from afar is best done with sniper rifles, and if you want to blast your opponents to smithereens in close range, well, then you need to get yourself a shotgun.

Below you'll find all of the information on shotguns and how to get the best Cyberpunk 2077 shotgun.

How Many Shotguns Are in Cyberpunk 2077?

So far, we've counted 8 different shotguns in Cyberpunk 2077:

  • DB-4 Igla
  • Carnage
  • M2038 Tactician
  • DB-2 Testera
  • Crusher
  • DB-2 Satara
  • L-69 Zhuo
  • DB-4 Palica

Of these 8 shotguns, three of them have their own unique "Iconic" versions that are significantly more powerful than the base variant.

These are:

  • Sovereign (DB-4 Igla)
  • Mox (Carnage)
  • The Headsman (M2038 Tactician)

The most powerful of these three, by far is "The Headsman", which has a reduced reloading time, an increased number of pellet shots, as well as a chance to apply the "Bleeding" effect to enemies in Cyberpunk 2077.

How to Get the Best Cyberpunk 2077 Shotgun

Given that this is a relatively easy event, getting your hands on the spec shouldn't be that hard.

Getting the best Cyberpunk 2077 Shotgun is quite simple.

All you need to do is to have the "Edgerunner Artisan" perk under the "Technical Ability" attribute" and finish the "Suspected Organized Crime Activity in North Oak" world event.



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