Should you take Skippy to Regina Jones?

Cyberpunk 2077 players with Skippy are likely to have a love-hate relationship with the gun, but should they return it to their previous owner?

Cyberpunk 2077 is filled to the brim with deadly weapons players can use to defeat their enemies, but not many can stand up to the Skippy powerhouse. This pistol may not have the same destructive power as other weapons like V’s missile launcher arms, but it makes up for it by automatically aiming at the target’s head.

Sure Cyberpunk 2077 Players likely had some kind of love-hate relationship with Skippy. On the one hand, the talking gun can be charming, but it can also be quite annoying. Perhaps more importantly, some players are caught up in puppy-loving pacifist mode while others are still rocking Stone Cold Killer.

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For those who didn’t know, Skippy gives the player a choice between these two fire modes when V first encounters the weapon. Puppy loving pacifist only shoots enemies in the leg, while Stone Cold Killer always hits enemies in the head. After 50 kills with the weapon, Skippy automatically changes the mode and locks the weapon in the other selection.

After using Skippy for a while, players will unlock a quest to bring him back to his previous owner, Regina Jones. Completing this quest is easy as players simply have to follow the quest marker and hand over the gun, but this has some ramifications. For one thing, players lose Skippy and can never use or purchase him or another pistol like him again. That is, there is a reward, so it is not a complete loss.

When she gives up Skippy, Regina Jones gives the player 7,420 euros, but in the process she resets the gun to the factory settings and gives it a new name. This causes V to freak out a bit, concerned that she just “killed Skippy”. If players have Skippy in Stone Cold Killer mode permanently, it is definitely worth keeping, especially if the player is enjoying it. For those who have Skippy stuck in the puppy-loving pacifist, it may be better to just give it back to Regina as it won’t be as powerful as some other weapons.

Players who choose to keep Skippy despite his protests may have to come to terms with the weapon V describes as a “bad owner” over and over again, but at least they will keep this icon Cyberpunk 2077 Gun instead. It should also be said that players can tell Skippy that they will return it and accept the quest, but they will never go and do it.

Cyberpunk 2077 is now available for PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One, and later for PS5 and Xbox Series X.

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