All Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards' locations

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Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards locations are spread across the entirety of Night City, with new Tarot Cards as part of the Phantom Liberty DLC. Specifically, these cards aren't cards at all, but graffiti painted on certain walls representative of all the most significant arcana from Tarot tradition - now plastered across the Cyberpunk 2077 map. There's 24 cards in total, but 4 of those are part of the Phantom Liberty DLC - and there's an extra two more that you can't get until the various Cyberpunk 2077 endings. Whatever ones you want to find, all the Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077 and where to find them are listed on our special map below!

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All Tarot Card locations in Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Card locations

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Here are all 24 Cyberpunk 207 Tarot Card locations in Night City: 

  1. The Hanged Man: On the side of a mounted silver container in the oil fields.
  2. The Emperor: On a display to the left-hand side of the Konpeki Plaza entrance.
  3. The Magician: On the support beam for the highway near Lizzie's bar.
  4. The Fool: Next to the door to your apartment in Megabuilding H10.
  5. The World: On the wall next to the elevator on the roof of Misty's Esoterica.
  6. The Chariot: On a wall by an alleyway near Tom's Diner.
  7. The Sun: On a wall to the right-hand side of some stairs, left of a road going under some buildings.
  8. The Empress: At the bottom of the stairs to The Empress nightclub.
  9. The Lovers: Behind the screen at the drive-in Silver Pixel Cloud cinema.
  10. The Hierophant: Below the Japantown West fast travel point on a wall by a pile of trash.
  11. The Moon: On the wall to the left of the Arasaka residence entrance.
  12. Temperance: On one of the columns near the Columbarium entrance.
  13. The Tower: Inside the lobby at Arasaka Tower.
  14. The High Priestess: On the fourth floor of an apartment building. You can get this during the Search and Destroy mission, or return later to get it with Arasaka soldiers guarding the building.
  15. Death: On a billboard on the side of the Embers restaurant.
  16. Justice: Underneath the highway, there's a container behind a gate. The graffiti is on the side.
  17. Strength: On a small guard's office by the entrance to a shipyard.
  18. Wheel of Fortune: Underneath the sign for the Sunset Motel, by rooms 103 and 104.
  19. The Hermit: By some scaffolding at El Dorado pawn shop.
  20. The Star: On a small building at the foot of the huge antenna at the solar farm.
  21. King of Pentacles (Phantom Liberty): On the wall next to your apartment with Myers.
  22. King of Wands (Phantom Liberty): On a wall by the basketball court, next to where you meet Reed for the first time.
  23. King of Swords (Phantom Liberty): Next to the side entrance to Alex's secret base, underneath The Moth bar.
  24. King of Cups (Phantom Liberty): On a wall next to the stadium parking lot, where you sneak into Dogtown for the first time.

What are Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards? 

What are Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards?

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Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards are huge wall murals that have started appearing across Night City - they appear as glitching, digital-based paintings that only V and Johnny can see. 

They're related to the various Tarot Card meanings that you'll find in a deck - including things like the Magician, the Fool, and the Hangman. When you've found your first, make sure to go and talk to Misty and Viktor, who'll be able to give you a little more background. 

How to find all the Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards 

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The Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077 do appear on the map, but only once you've been close enough to them, and you must filter your map screen specifically to Tarot Cards only to see them all. So knowing the individual locations is a huge help, especially if you've visited any of the locations marked on your map and still haven't been able to find it. 

Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards reward 

Cyberpunk 2077 tarot card reward

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Once you've collected all 20 of the Cyberpunk 2077 Tarot Cards in the base game, you'll have to return to Misty so she can explain what it all means. Doing that will unlock the "Wandering Fool" trophy or achievement, and you'll also get a dream catcher that will be added to the little alcove above the bed in V's apartment.

As far as we can tell, collecting the four 'King' Tarot Cards from the Phantom Liberty expansion doesn't reward you with anything specific. Misty will explain what each of them means, but you don't appear to net any reward for finding them.

When you talk to Misty she'll tell you that there are two more cards to find. But these can't be found just by exploring. Instead, they're linked to the various Cyberpunk 2077 endings, so you'll need to wait a while to collect them all. 

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Weirdly enough, when you talk to Misty she'll tell you that there are two more cards to find. But these can't be found just by exploring. Instead, they're linked to the various Cyberpunk 2077 endings, so you'll need to wait a while to collect them all. 

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