With the new massive update and DLC that Cyberpunk 2077 had, a lot of people are going back to the game. The player count has skyrocketed, and people are generally enjoying the new additions and changes made. With the new DLC also comes some interesting missions as well as some rewards like the one in the “This Corrosion” mission.
In this guide, we’ll show you how you can complete this mission and what kind of rewards you can get from it. Now let’s see what this mission can give us!
This Corrosion Mission Guide
When going through the missions in the DLC, you’ll reach a point where you’ll find a Behavioral Circuit. This item needs to be decrypted and starts the quest which is called “This Corrosion.”
If you’re interested in more mission guides go check out our One Way Or Another Mission guide if you haven’t already!
The mission starts with a message from an unknown number. You can choose to ask who they are or why you should trust them but to continue select “That’s all fine and dandy. But what’s the catch?”
This will start the quest and give you a waypoint. The place you’ll need to go to is near the Kabuki Market fast travel point which is in the northern parts of Night City.
From there, you’ll need to go to the circular building in the area and go to the second floor. The minimap of Cyberpunk is pretty good at giving you a waypoint so follow that until you reach the Netrunner.
The Netrunner’s name is Yoko, and you’ll have to give her the Behavioral Circuit for her to decrypt.
Once you give her the item, you’ll need to wait for it to finish. You can either do some other stuff and come back later or select the option to wait and fast forward.
After the decryption process is done, she’ll give you the item back. It’s now a Cerberus’ Decoded Behavioral System Component and it can be used to craft a couple of items. You only have one though, so you’ll need to choose.
The first item is a piece of Cyberware called “Militech Canto Mk.6” a very powerful cyberware upgrade that gives you the Blackwall Gateway quickhack.
That quickhack can spread to 5 enemies within 20m and deal massive damage as well as it can disable mech, robots, drones, and turrets.
The other choice is the Erebus Submachine gun. This neat little gun has some respectable damage and attack speed for a submachine gun.
This as well as some armor penetration. Like all SMGs though it’s not that great at long range.
I’ll take the SMG over the cyberware. The quickhack might sound strong but in practice, it can be a bit underwhelming.
It also sometimes doesn’t spread at all even if you have enough RAM which may be a bug. At later levels, the lethal damage becomes negligible when you compare it to just your standard short circuit.
That’s how you do the “This Corrosion” mission in Cyberpunk 2077. Now, go out there and try to finish the mission yourself!