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This is a guide to Attributes, the primary stats of Cyberpunk 2077. Learn what effects and bonuses are granted by each Attribute, and how each Attribute can be used to develop your character.

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What are Attributes?

Attributes are Your Main Stats

Attributes are the primary stats of your character. They will determine the values of your raw stats, and are also each connected to a branch of the Skill Tree, allowing for Perks granting upgrades to your character.

Perks and Skill Tree

Perks are abilities that will increase your combat efficiency with weapons, skills outside of combat like, hacking, crafting, and more. They are part of Perk skill trees which are attached to one of the Attributes.

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How to Get Attribute Points

Start of the Game

The player will start the game with 3 Attribute points automatically placed in each of the five Attributes. They also have control over how 7 additional Attribute Points are allocated at the start of the game.

This placement will affect the playstyles available to your character, and cannot be changed, so choose wisely!

Best Starting Attributes

Gain 1 Attribute Point Every Level

For every time the player levels up, they will gain a new Attribute Point which they can place in any Attribute of their choice. There are no other known ways to respec or gain Attribute Points after the start of the game, so treat each of these with care.

Attribute Cap (Max Attributes)

Total of 71 Attribute Points

Start of Game 22
By Leveling Up 49
Total 71

The player starts the game with 15 set Attribute points – three in each of the five Attributes – with 7 more to place freely as they choose.

Upon reaching the max level of 50, players will have leveled up a total of 49 times, yielding a total of 71 attribute points to use among all five attributes.

Max Level for Attributes

A single Attribute can be leveled up to a maximum of 20.

With only 71 attribute points available on a save file, it is impossible to fully max out all five Attributes on a single character. It's best to decide what Build you want to go for in advance, to avoid getting locked out of key Perks due to an insufficient Attribute level.

Can You Reset Attributes?

You Cannot Reset Attributes

Currently, there is no confirmed method to reset Attributes after they have been placed.

Although Perks can be reset with the expensive Tabula E-Rasa item, Attributes will remain, so be sure to place them carefully.

How to Reset Perks

List of Attributes

There are five Attributes available in-game. Each of these attributes strengthen a certain aspect of your character. The table below shows which aspects are buffed by each attribute.

Attributes Effects and Stats
Reflexes Reflexes determine your maneuverability. In addition to increasing your overall movement speed, each level in Reflexes will:
- Increase your passive Evasion from enemy attacks by 1%
- Increase Crit Chance by 1%
- Increase damage from Mantis Blades by 3
Body Body determines your raw physical power. In addition to allowing you to force open doors, each level of Body (starting from level 3) will:
- Add 5 Health Points
- Add 3 Stamina Points
- Increase damage with fists and Gorilla Arms by 3
Increase damage with melee weapons by 1.5%
Decrease movement penalty while grabbing an enemy and wielding on HMG by 6%
- Increase movement while grappling an enemy and enemy grapple duration by 5 sec
Technical Ability Technical Ability represents your technical know-how. It allows you to unlock doors and use Tech weapons. Each increase in level will increase your Armor by 5%.
Intelligence Intelligence determines your netrunning proficiency. Every level of intelligence will:
- Increase cyberdeck RAM capacity by 4%
- Increase quickhack damage by 0.5%
- Increase quickhack duration by 1%
Cool Cool determines your resilience, composure and effectiveness in operating from stealth. Each level of Cool will:
- Increase Crit Damage by 2%
- Increase all Resistances by 1%
- Increase stealth damage by 10%
- Reduce the speed at which enemies detect you in stealth by 0.5%
- Increase monowire damage by 3

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Attributes and Perk Skill Trees
Body Athletics Annihilation Street Brawler
Reflexes Assault Handguns Blades
Intelligence Breach Protocol Quickhacking
Technical Ability Engineering Crafting
Cool Stealth Cold Blood

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    • In the crafting screen, would love to see a comparison between what I'm currently equipped with vs what I've selected to craft. In the Inventory screen, I have no idea where any extra weight is without going into each category (weapons, clothes, etc). Please add some sort of weight indicator next to each category so I know exactly where I seem to be overloaded. In the Map, please mark completed items (assault in progress, access points), grey out the icons or something similar?

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