This is a guide to Seocho Electronics MK.2, a Cyberdeck found in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to see the Seocho Electronics MK.2's effects, Base RAM and slots, as well as pre-loaded device hacks and how to obtain the Seocho Electronics MK.2.
|Seocho Electronics MK.2|
|NetWatch statistics show this is the most common deck for any kind of break-in. Why? Because it's cost-effective, user-friendly and doesn't crop out when you need something done quickly and quietly.|
|Seocho Electronics MK.2 Effect(s)|
・Allows you to perform quickhacks on targets and devices while scanning.
・Decreases the RAM cost of Covert quickhacks by 1.
・Reduces quickhack upload time by 25%.
Each shop has a fixed pool of items which can show up, with some legendary items also purchasable at specific shops. If the Tetratronic MK.3 is not present when visiting a shop, simply exit, use Skip Time to go 24 hours ahead, and repeat until Tetratronic MK.3 is available.
|Ripperdoc (West Wind Estate)||Epic|
|Arasaka MK.3||Arasaka MK.4||BioDyne Berserk MK.1|
|BioDyne Berserk MK.2||BioDyne Berserk MK.3||BioDyne Berserk MK.4|
|BioDyne MK.1||BioDyne MK.2||Biotech Σ MK.1|
|Biotech Σ MK.2||Biotech Σ MK.3||Dynalar Sandevistan MK.1|
|Dynalar Sandevistan MK.2||Dynalar Sandevistan MK.3||Dynalar Sandevistan MK.4|
|Fuyutsui Electronics MK.1||Fuyutsui Tinkerer MK.3||Militech "Falcon" Sandevistan MK.5|
|Militech Berserk MK.5||Militech Paraline||Moore Tech Berserk MK.1|
|Moore Tech Berserk MK.2||Moore Tech Berserk MK.3||NetWatch Netdriver MK.5|
|QianT "Warp Dancer" Sandevistan MK.5||QianT Sandevistan MK.4||Raven Microcyber MK.3|
|Raven Microcyber MK.4||Seocho Electronics MK.1||Seocho Electronics MK.2|
|Stephenson Tech MK.2||Stephenson Tech MK.3||Stephenson Tech MK.4|
|Tetratronic MK.1||Tetratronic MK.2||Tetratronic MK.3|
|Tetratronic Rippler MK.4||Zetatech Berserk MK.4||Zetatech Berserk MK.5|
|Zetatech Sandevistan MK.1||Zetatech Sandevistan MK.2||Zetatech Sandevistan MK.3|
|Types of Cyberware|
|Frontal Cortex||Ocular System||Circulatory System|
|Immune System||Nervous System||Integumentary System|
|Cyberware Rarity Tiers|
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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?
The mission Sex on Wheels. Says to "Get in the Car". The marker is 10ft under the garage though. No car appearing in the garage. Nothing I do can seem to spawn it, and I've played too far forward to load a previous save point... on PS4
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