Solo Class

The Solo class is one of three classes in Cyberpunk 2077. The Solo is the combat class in the game with the character being focused on combat and combat augmentations. Think of the Solo as the soldiers and killers of the Cyberpunk 2077 world and they are defined as hired assassins, bodyguards, killers and soldiers in the Cyberpunk 2020 pen and paper game. Think of Solos as combat veterans who could have worked in various services in the past.

From what’s been shown of the class, characters will have abilities that can direct fire, quick slide, and even utilise a bullet-time ability to gain an advantage in combat. Solos are highly experienced with weapon technology, martial arts, melee, and are highly athletic.

Solos have relied on military-grade cyber gear and drugs to keep them at the top of their game. Think of the Solo as a mobile well-armed tank that can do some serious damage.

Solo Skills and Perks

The Body tree would be the primary focus for a Solo player. This includes skills and Perks focusing on Altheticsm Street Brawler and Annihilation.

body perks

With the games fluid class system, a Solo may want to look at the Reflexes tree to augment their powers further. There is no hard and fast rule on how you would create a Solo character so experimentation will be key to success.

Attributes, Skills, and Perks

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2 comments

  1. Hessian67

    hi, all ( Grux ),
    When I played CP:2020 my favorite character I played was an Arasaka counter-terrorist agent who was a Corp. war veteran who had cyberware left arm, both legs with jump capability, and right eye.with an Asian descent. His back story was he worked as an enforcer for a biker gang and then went military service or jail so he went service. so basically he was a Ninja Assassin, Sniper who was affair of water and we made him have PTSD. Is there any way that I can make my new CP:2077 character like this one was?

    1. Grux

      So I guess you would take the Corp life path at least to start then head into the Cool perks tree and start from there. As there is a fluid class system, effectively you should be able to get close to where you want to be with your version of V.

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