|♦ Greatly increases the effect's duration.
♦ Enables the Optics Jammer Deamon during Breach Protocol.
Upload Time: 8
Ram Cost: 11 - 14
Suicide is a Quickhacks in Cyberpunk 2077. Cyberwares are abilities that some characters can use to affect NPCs or the surroundings. You'll need a Cyberdeck in order to equip and use your Quickhacks.
"Suicide Note not included." - Emmalicious, purported author of the first suicide program.
- Price: 1000 (SC : 30) - 1400
Where to Find Suicide
- Rares can be dropped by Voodoo boys randomly
- Found in quickhack shop in Kabuki (After patch 1.2)
Suicide Notes & Trivia
- Other notes, tips, and trivia go here.
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This page is fucked, but a build suggestion is using Legendary Suicide for the passive (reduces RAM cost of next Ultimate quickhack whenever you make an enemy panic) and Legendary Synapse Burnout for it's passive (whenever you defeat an enemy with ANY quickhack cause nearby enemies to panic)
By doing this you can spam Cyberpsychosis or System Reset and get constant resets with quickhack cooldown reduction perks. Using the cyberdeck that allows Ultimate quickhacks to spread is very good with this setup as well. If you play it right you never even enter combat with System Reset and it won't alert enemies either. RAM cost is a suggestion meant to be ignored
Recent patches have made it a near guaranteed instakill with around 104k dmg from a shot, though they can apply damage reduction to it so some enemies still can survive it though I haven't had this happen yet, playing on Very Hard and tested in the harder missions, though it might be that the damage scales together with you and since I was level 50 it might just be dealing a lot of damage because of that.
It's honestly good for fighting multiple enemies around your lvl because it completely removes one so you can use something like short circuit another and that's two dead.
against higher lvl enemies its more like a "suicide attempt" dmg wise. low lvl enemies can be one shot by regullar combat hacks for half the ram cost, so its kind of useless actually. it looks super cool tho....
also, when i tried it i didnt get any exp or street cred for kills probably becouse they kill themselves so you get 0 credit for it which makes it even worse.
High threat enemies only take a little bit of damage from this ability it seems.