Cyberpunk 2077 Rebecca Build: Cyberware & Points

In This Guide, I Entail On The Best Possible Cyberware And Character Points For Rebecca's Build.

Many people like Rebecca’s role in Cyberpunk Edgerunners, and I am here to help you with Cyberpunk 2077 How To Build Rebecca. My take will cover some of the best skills to get optimal results with Rebecca in the game.

Now, if you want to build Rebecca, I also recommend learning more about Rebecca’s Shotgun. And also, why not check out the best Edgerunners Build? Now, without further due, let me get back to building Rebecca.

Key Takeaways
  • Rebecca is a very entertaining and fan-favorite character from the new Cyberpunk Edgerunners series.
  • The primary purpose for Rebecca’s build in Cyberpunk 2077 is to be able to role-play her and make her as close to the series Rebecca as possible.
  • For this, players must tinker with the character points and cyberware to make her as good and enjoyable as possible.
  • Without a role-playing build, it will not be as much fun and enjoyable to play as Rebecca.

Before I begin, let’s have a look at my Rebecca Build Summary:

CyberwearBody Perks (Annihilation)Body Perks (Athletic)Reflex Perks (Assault)Cool Perks (Ninjutsu)Cool Perks (Cold Blood)Technical Ability Perks
- Heal on Kill
- Second Heart
- Bioconductor
- Lerenzikov
- Maneuvering System
- Miltech Beserk MK.5
- Pump it, Louder!
- Heavy Lead
- Hail of Bullets
- In your Face
- Bulldozer
- Skeet Shooter
- Hit the Deck
- Unstoppable
- Speed Demon
- Bloodrush
- Divided Attention
- Multitasker
- Executioner
- Feel the Flow
- Shoot, Reload, Repeat
- Assassin
- From the Shadows
Easy Out- Grease Monkey
- Edgerunners Artisian

What Is Building Rebecca In Cyberpunk 2077

Rebecca In Cyberpunk With An LMG

Now, if you have watched the Cyberpunk Edgrerunners series, you might have noticed that Rebecca is one of the most aggressive and fun characters, providing me with loads of entertainment. Furthermore, I have also noticed that Rebecca was a more weapon-focused attacker in the series, so obviously, it is best to allow Rebecca to wield any weapon type with excellent mastery.

However, I will list my build under two headings. One is where I’ll inform you of the recommended Cyberware for Rebecca. Under the second heading, all the Character Points you should invest in will be mentioned to achieve a strong Rebecca build. And further into the Character Points, more categories are that are as the following:

  • Body (Annihilation and Athletics)
  • Reflexes (Assault)
  • Cool (NinJutsu and Cold Blood)
  • Technical Ability

Recommended Cyberware For Rebecca

Cyberware In Cyberpunk 2077 – Image: eXputer

Now, to get cyberware upgrades, you must go to the Ripperdocs, which is in the infamous Night City. Furthermore, you will have to choose some cyberware from three available categories and then get them implanted into one of many slots available on your body.

Furthermore, in my Rebecca build, I will focus on the cyberware, which will allow Rebecca to heal quickly and take damage like a champ so that she will always be in the heat of battle, and healing will significantly help her. And the three cyberware recommended for this are:

  • Heal on Kill: It will instantly restore 10% of your health after eliminating an enemy.
  • Second Heart: This will instantly restore 100% of your health after your health reaches 0, which essentially gives you two lives.
  • Bioconductor: Lastly, Bioconductor reduces all cyberware cooldowns by 30%, which is very useful for using other cyberware abilities easily.

Now, you are also required to increase your movement speed for Rebecca as it will help her greatly, and for this, I recommend the following cyberware:

  • Kerenzikov: Through Kerenzikov you can slide and dodge while also slowing down time quickly. You can buy them from the Ripper Doc Arroyo at Santa Domingo for $7500.
  • Maneuvering System: This cyberware complements the Kerenzikov and enhances its effects, costing only $3,000.

Lastly, you should also get a Beserk cyberware as it would help build the character. The best option would be the Miltech Beserk MK.5, which essentially reduces the duration of the berserk and also reduces weapon recoil, which is very helpful in Rebecca’s case. 

Furthermore, it also increases Rebecca’s health by up to 40%, increasing the armor resistance. And it also heals that character every time she gets a kill. To get your hands on this extraordinary ability, you will have to contact Nina, the Ripper Doc who is at Charter Hill.

Recommended Character Points For Rebecca

Perks In Cyberpunk 2077 – Image: eXputer

Now, I’ll list the points you should dump into every category. The Body, Technical Ability, and Reflexes are essential parts of my build, so I will mainly focus on them. Not many changes are required at Intelligence, but I will still invest in Cool. However, my most important part will be the Body Annihilation, and I will invest the most in them. Furthermore, some recommended perks have been mentioned that you should use from each category.

Body Perks

Now, I will list the most recommended perks for my build under the Body perks category, further divided into Annihilation and Athletics. However, let me kick things off with Annihilation perks.

Annihilation Perks

Rebecca's Shotgun
Rebecca’s Shotgun In Cyberpunk 2077

The recommended Annihilation perks are as follows:

  • Pump it, Louder!: The perk will reduce the recoil of the shotgun and Light Machine Gun (LMG).
  • Heavy Lead: This perk increases the ability to knockback of shotguns and Light Machine Guns (LMG).
  • Hail of Bullets: A good perk as it increases the damage of Shotguns and LMGs by 10%.
  • In Your Face: Another important and good perk to get as it reduces the reload time of Shotguns and LMG by 30%.
  • Bulldozer: The bulldozer perk will increase the critical hit chance by 5% for Shotguns and LMGs.
  • Skeet Shooter: You can deal 15% extra damage to moving targets with your shotgun and LMGs.
  • Hit the Deck: Through this perk, you will deal an extra 20% damage with shotguns and LMGs to staggered enemies.
  • Unstoppable: 10% increased fire rate of shotguns and LMGs after dismembering an opponent.
  • Speed Demon: The faster you move, the more damage you deal with your weapons
  • Bloodrush:  10% faster movement speed while moving with shotguns or LMGs.

Athletic Perks

Now, I will proceed further and list the recommended perks under the Athletic category, which are as follows:

  • Divided Attention: This perk will allow you to reload while sprinting or sliding.
  • Multitasker: The perk allows you to shoot while sliding or sprinting.

I did not list many athletic perks, as in the series, you can see that Rebecca is not into fitness that much.

Reflex Perks

Now, I have established that Rebecca is a weapon expert using different weapon types. To stick to that, I will have to invest a lot into reflexes, allowing her to use different weapons more effectively. The perks that I recommend fall under Assult perks.

Assault Perks

The assault perks that I recommend are as follows:

  • Executioner: You will deal 25 % extra damage to enemies with more than 50 % health with LMGs and Rifles.
  • Feel the Flow: The reload time of LMGs and Rifles is reduced by a whopping 20%.
  • Shoot, Reload, Repeat: After defeating an opponent, the reload time of LMGs and Rifles is reduced by 40 % for 5 seconds.

Cool Perks

Now, I will discuss the cool perks that are recommended. And these cool perks are further segmented into two categories in my build: Ninjutsu and Cold Blood. Let me start with Ninjutsu perks.

Ninjutsu Perks

  • Assassin: This perk will allow you to deal 15% extra damage to human enemies.
  • From the Shadows: The perk increases crit chance after enabling combat by 20% for 7 secs.

Cold Blood Perks

Easy Out: It is a weird perk that increases weapon damage by 20% for enemies within 5 meters when enabled.

Technical Ability Perks

Through the perks in this tree, you will be able to craft and upgrade legendary armor and the infamous shotgun. The best perks for that are Grease Monkey and Edgerunners Artisian. Furthermore, if you want to max your damage and buffs for tech weapons, choose perks like Tesla and Ubercharge. 

With this, I bring my guide on Cyberpunk 2077 How To Build Rebecca to an end, where I thoroughly discuss the perks and cyberware that you can choose from for the build. However, if you believe that I left something out, please let me know through the comment section below.

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