Cripple Movement: Quickhack Effects and How to Obtain | Cyberpunk 2077

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This is a guide to Cripple Movement, a Quickhack in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn this quickhack's effects, rarities, stats, and how to obtain Cripple Movement.

Cripple Movement Overview

Cripple Movement
Cripple Movement
Install Type Mod
Quickhack Type Control
RAM Cost Uncommon: 4
Rare: 5
Epic: 6
Legendary: 7
Duration 13.5 sec
Cooldown N/A
Upload Time 5 sec
Price Uncommon: 300
Rare: 600
Epic: 1000
Legendary: 1400
Not everyone thinks to protect the cyberware in their inner ear. But it a lesson quickly learned when you lose the ability to move and shoot in the middle of a firefight.

Cripple Movement Effects

Effects

Uncommon ・Disables the target's ability to move from their current position.
Rare ・Spreads to the nearest enemy within 8 meters.
Epic ・Affected enemies are also unable to attack.
Legendary ・Passive while equipped: Enemies under the effect of quickhack cannot sprint.

How to Get Cripple Movement

Currently Unknown!

We are currently investigating where to find the Cripple Movement. If you have an idea of how it is obtained, feel free to let us know in the comments.

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1 Anonymous27 days

I got one by a access point here

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