We've got the full Cyberpunk 2077 map here for you to look at if you want to get an idea of how big it is. Size isn't everything though, as there's fast travel to get about and a lot of variation in the density of what you can find as you explore.
For the most part, though, there's a lot packed into the streets and while a huge map full of icons can look scary at first, once you know what's going on and how to get around it all becomes more manageable. There's all the filters to help separate out all the things you can look at, and journal to help you track what you're actually meant to be doing. We're going to break down the full Cyberpunk 2077 map now, from size to districts and more, to help see what you're about to get in to.
Cyberpunk 2077 map size
No official figures have ever been released for the Cyberpunk 2077 map size, only a statement from CD Projekt Red that it would be slightly smaller than The Witcher 3. From playing the game and measuring across the map it's actually approximately 11km tall and 10km wide, putting in a 100-110 square kilometer range, allowing for the rough in game measurements. That's also measuring the entire map, including the sparsely populated outskirts - the core playable area is probably a little over half that.
Cyberpunk 2077 full map(opens in new tab)
This is the full playable area of the Cyberpunk 2077 map. There are six city districts which we'll get to shortly, as well as the Badlands and outlying areas. The blue lines are roads which gives a good idea of where you can actually go in the game. You'll see pretty much all of it during the course of the game, with various missions taking you to all the major locations.
Each area is self-sufficient in that you'll find a selection of all the vendors, services, fast travel points and so on that you need. So you can easily just camp out in an area for a while to explore and see what's there without having to worry about needing to go anywhere else for supplies.
The majority of your time will be spent in the city itself which is made up of six main districts divided up into sub-districts. Each area differs in style and look depending on its status. Some areas are run down, others wealthy and the people, shops and buildings will reflect that. There are also different gangs controlling most areas.(opens in new tab)
Each of these main districts is composed of additional sub districts and, again, can change in appearance as you move between them.
- Watson - Northside, Arasaka Waterfront, Little China
- Westbrook - Japantown, North Oak, Charter Hill
- City Center - Corpo Plaza, Downtown
- Heywood - Wellsprings, The Glen
- Santo Domingo - Arroyo, Rancho Coranado
- Pacifica - Coastview, West Wind Estate
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Cyberpunk 2077 fast travel
Fast travel points appear all over the map once you've found them meaning you can easily move between any area you've been to already, and where you've passed a fast travel point. They appear as small kiosks with a big green holographic map in the real world, and as blue markers on the map. You don't have to interact with them to unlock anything, they'll just be added as you explore and you'll be able to move freely around the areas you've visited in no time at all.
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