Mechatronic Core: Stats, Effects, and How to Obtain | Cyberpunk 2077

This is a guide to Mechatronic Core, a Frontal Cortex Cyberware found in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to see Mechatronic Core's stats and effects, as well as mod information and how to obtain the Mechatronic Core.

Mechatronic Core Overview

Basic Information

Mechatronic Core
Mechatronic Core
Slot Frontal Cortex
Subtype Misc
Tier(s)/Price Common: 3000
Uncommon: 4500
Rare: 9000
Epic: 15000
Legendary: 21000
Weight 0
Provides information about the weakpoints of both mass-produced and some lesser-known machines.

Required Attribute

Req. Level
Req. Level
Req. Level
8 10 12
Req. Level
Req. Level
Req. Level
14 16 -

Mechatronic Core Stats and Effects


Mechatronic Core Effect(s)
・Increases damage to drones, mechs and robots by 10%.
・Increases damage to drones, mechs and robots by 20%.
・Increases damage to drones, mechs and robots by 30%.
・Increases damage to drones, mechs and robots by 40%.
・Increases damage to drones, mechs and robots by 50%.

Where to Get the Mechatronic Core

Obtained Through NCPD Scanner Hustles

Mechatronic Core can be obtained through the following NCPD Scanner Hustles.

Location Rarity
Assault in Progress #3 in Rancho Coronado Rare

Purchased From Shops

Each shop has a fixed pool of items which can show up, with some legendary items also purchasable at specific shops. If the Mechatronic Core is not present when visiting a shop, simply exit, use Skip Time to go 24 hours ahead, and repeat until Mechatronic Core is available.

Vendor Rarity
Cassius Legendary
Cassius Rare
Kraviz's Clinic Common
Octavio's Clinic Uncommon
Ripperdoc (Japantown) Common
Ripperdoc (Mobile Camp) Uncommon
Fingers MD Common

Cyberpunk 2077 Cyberware


List of Cyberware (Enhancements)

List of Frontal Cortex Cyberware

Camillo Ram ManagerCamillo Ram Manager Ex-DiskEx-Disk Heal-on-KillHeal-on-Kill
Limbic System EnhancementLimbic System Enhancement Mechatronic CoreMechatronic Core Memory BoostMemory Boost
Ram UpgradeRam Upgrade Self-ICESelf-ICE Visual Cortex SupportVisual Cortex Support

All Cyberware Types

Types of Cyberware
Frontal Cortex Ocular System Circulatory System
Immune System Nervous System Integumentary System
Operating System Skeleton Hands
Arms Legs

Cyberware Rarity

Cyberware Rarity Tiers
Legendary Iconic

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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?

    • >>[1022]
      Ran into the same problem with Iris not wanting to get in the van (in v1.31) but coerced her into doing it by backing the van up into her. She'll jump out of the way if you try to ram her, but backing up and bumping her teleports her to the side of the van, where she'll get in.

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