V begins Cyberpunk 2077 with an apartment in the Night City megablock. This giant building is not the most pleasant place to live, and as V becomes one of the main engines of Night City, players will likely want to upgrade their housing. Most open-world RPGs like Cyberpunk 2077 give the player at least a few choices for apartments or other housing, but is that the case here?
Cyberpunk 2077 tips and walkthroughs – which residences and apartments can be purchased
Players can gain access to new places to live in Cyberpunk 2077. However, it’s not enough to just earn some money and buy them. Instead, players must earn additional housing by playing the game.
Housing is useful for two reasons (besides role-playing factors). Players can sleep to restore health and remove status effects. The stash allows players to unload extra items they want to keep. This is important because V can only carry a limited number of items before it overloads.
So far, we’ve only found two places marked on the map as V’s Apartment:
V’s original apartment in Heywood.
The tent at Camp Aldecaldos after completing the Panama quest line.
We assume that each relationship path may open a new place for V’s Apartment, but we have not yet been able to confirm this. Other than the two locations above, we haven’t found another place where Vee could sleep and access his stash.
Perhaps CD Projekt Red will add more apartments and housing in future DLC. It might even include the ability to buy properties throughout Knight City. Until then, V is pretty limited in where he can sleep. Fortunately, the most important apartment feature, the stash, is also available from the trunk of any car V owns (no motorcycles).