Skeleton: Cyberpunk 2077 Cyberware

Skeleton Cyberware is the primary way to build your Armor, and there is something useful in this category for any build (health, stamina, and carrying capacity increases), with several solid bonuses for melee weapons.

Investing in the License to Chrome Perk will give you a third Skeleton slot, opening up your possible combinations.

(2 slots available, 3 with the License to Chrome Perk)

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All of the bonuses come with a useful bonus depending on your combat style, and you can mix and match using your two (or three) available slots.

If you have good points in Body, most of this category will be available to you. You can mix and match very high health, stamina, carrying capacity, and melee damage (with increased stamina drain) bonuses. If you’re more of a quickhack user, the Ram Recoup can help you keep your RAM up.

Even if you don’t use a Body build, many of these bonuses can be useful to you to keep survivability up. If using a Tech build, not only can you gain an extra slot for this category, but all of the Skeleton Cyberware will have boosted stats.

  • Titanium Bones: Increased Carrying Capacity.
  • Bionic Joints: Armor – simple but effective.
  • Dense Marrow: Increased melee damage, but increased melee Stamina cost.
  • Universal Booster: Health Items now also give increased Armor for 5 sec., and reduced Stamina costs for 5 secs.
  • Scar Coalescer: Grants extra Armor when below 50% Health.
  • Spring Joints: Increases Mitigation Strength.
  • RAM Recoup: Receiving damage restores RAM equal to 0.26% of damage received.
  • Kinetic Frame: Increased Mitigation Chance when Stamina is above 85%.
  • Para Bellum: Increased Armor.
  • Epimorphic Skeleton: Increased Max Health.
  • Scarab: When crouched, increases Armor, and reduces movement speed.
  • Rara Avis (Tier 5 / Iconic): +35% Armor.

As of patch 2.0, there are no mods for any Cyberware

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