Fortified Ankles

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♦ Hold Space to charge the power of the jump, then release to jump.
♦ (Epic) Reduces fall damage by 15%.
♦ (Epic) Hold Space while in midair to activate hover thrusters. You can control the direction you hover. Hold RMB to stabilize your movement.

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Fortified Ankles is a Legs  Cyberware in Cyberpunk 2077. Cyberwares are implants that players can install, exchange, and upgrade into V's body to obtain passive buffs and various active effects that provide different combat tactics and many more. Each cyberware is categorized in different rarities from Common up to Legendary cyberware.

 

Ankle joints reiforced with plastic fibers and nanogel-filled joint capsules. 

 

Fortified Ankles Information

  • Cyberware Type: Legs Cyberware
  • Cyberware Rarity: RareEpic
  • Weight: 0
  • Hold Space to charge the power of the jump, then release to jump. (Epic) Enables you to perform hover jumps. 

 

Fortified Ankles Acquisition

Rare and Epic versions can be bought from Finger's M.D. at Japantown, Westbrook

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Fortified Ankles Notes & Trivia

  • If you beat up Fingers during a quest, he won't talk to you after you leave!

 

 



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    • Anonymous

      Honestly, the epic jump height isn't even close to the rare version, it's like a baby mode ledge-grabber if you have trouble with that sort of this. It really is so obviously a downgrade (slow-moving, short af) that I'm not even going to try testing this combat liability, save your money and/or quit tripping that you charged story mode before you googled where your dream(nightmare) gear is.

      • Anonymous

        Compared with launch, the current (1.5) hover feels like it covers more distance. However, the rare version has a much greater jump height. Also, the epic version automatically jumps once you have enough charge which I personally found more intuitive. The rare version requires the jump key to be manually released to jump and I had trouble grabbing onto ledges with it.

        • Anonymous

          I get the whole consequence's mechanic if I punch a guy and I can no longer buy the items from him. Then now have to only find them by RNG random drop, I get that. But If you do something without knowing the consequences of something only come to find out that the ONLY specific item behind the ONLY guy who sells it gets completely gated to the point of cheating it in or creating a new game. Then that's complete sh**, this is a trash game that the DEVS only put 20% brain power into the coding of the game. I haven't even mentioned the amount of bugs and glitches this game shouldn't have but it sadly does.... If you notice, I am a year ahead in time of all these comments and this is still a BIG problem...

          • Anonymous

            Should at least be able to loot the epic ankles out of Fingers' shop by taking some sort of key off his dead body to open, same price for installation at any other ripperdoc. And yes, I say dead body because let's be honest, if you find out he's the only guy with them giving him his just dinner of fist to face, he gets his just desserts, too.

            • Anonymous

              Beating the **** out of Fingers is still more satisfying than the hover. the all-important high jump function is there in the rare version anyway.

              • Anonymous

                The guy who installs faulty cyberware is the exclusive source of some high-tier implants. What. Why can I not just buy non-faulty cyberware from someone else? This isn't a matter of "consquences", it's a matter of shitty setting.

                • Anonymous

                  I shouldn't be punished for hitting the man, I mean I had no idea the punch would kill him, I just wanted to put him in his place

                  • Anonymous

                    Kind of fucking dumb that the only ripperdoc in the entire game that sells you certain high level mods, is also the only one in the entire game that you fuck over as part of the main quest line.
                    Like, legit did nobody at CDPR think about this at all?

                    • Anonymous

                      I cant get them to work consistently, they will occasionally but they seem buggy as hell to the point where they just dont work at most of the time

                      • Anonymous

                        Epic version auto jumps after a half second or so. Can also be used mid fall with the same half second charge

                        • Anonymous

                          Such a bad design choice to lock the epic rarity out if you punch fingers

                          but fuck it, i'd punch fingers again
                          actually, i'm gonna create a new save and go do that right now

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