Cyberpunk 2077 Iconic Weapons: Where to Find

How to find all the Iconic Weapons in Cyberpunk 2077.
How to find all the Iconic Weapons in Cyberpunk 2077. / Photo by CD Projekt Red

Cyberpunk 2077 Iconic Weapons are some of the game's coolest weapons. They typically have unique and special abilities. Here's where to find the locations of all the Iconic Weapons and what they do.

Cyberpunk 2077 Iconic Weapons: Where to Find

Kongou - Power Pistol

This power pistol lets you see the trajectory of ricocheted bullets. It's found at Yorinobu's Penthouse during The Heist at the end of Act 1.

Malorian Arms 3516 - Power Pistol

This is Johnny's pistol that deals heavy Thermal damage and has four mod spots. You can get this by looting Grayson in the Side Job Chippin' In.

Crash - Power Pistol

This revolver lets you unload the entire clip when you aim down sights and hold fire. You'll get this as a reward for completing River's story.

Lizzie - Tech Pistol

Lizzie fire an extra round per shot and can even be charged to fire multiple at once. It deals thermal damage and can burn enemies. Find this at Judy's den at Lizzie's bar in Act 2 before you take Automatic Love.

Apparition - Tech Pistol

The Apparition doesn't have any fancy tricks. It just deals a lot of damage, and gets faster and stronger the lower your health is. You can get this by looting a body in the Warpigs Side Job. This weapon is only available if you're on the Corpo path.

Skippy - Smart Pistol

Skippy will talk to you. Its AI function will tell you lots of bad jokes as you shoot, but you can also address it to fire for you. You can set where to shoot, letting you target for lethal or non-lethal shots. If you have the correct cyberware, you can even curve your bullets mid-air to track enemies. You'll get this southeast of Corpo Plaza, in an alley behind The Glen.

Cocktail Stick - Katana

The Cocktail Stick has increased critical damage and can inflict Bleeding. When you reach the VIP area during Automatic Love, look for the Cocktail Stick in the dressing room before you get to Woodman.

Scalpel - Katana

This katana deals electrical damage. With the Sandeveistan cyberware, it will also increase your chance to get Bleeding and critical damage by 50%. You'll get the Scalpel as a reward for the Big in Japan Side Job.

Tsumetogi - Katana

Tsumetogi also does Electrical damage, but it reduces the amount of stamina it takes to use it. It also increases your resistance to Electrical and boosts damage with non-standard attacks. Get Tsumetogi from the table when you meet the Tyger Claws bosses in Pisces.

Overwatch - Power Sniper Rifle

This sniper comes with a silencer and features a high critical rate. You'll get this as a reward for completing Riders On The Storm. Perhaps this and the next weapon are nods to a certain Blizzard game?

Widow Maker - Tech Precision Rifle

Like all tech rifles, this can shoot through walls. The Widow Maker gives the added effect of Chemical damage and fires two shots. You can get this during Ghost Town, on Nash in the Raffen Scav hideout.

Cottonmouth - One-Handed Club

This blunt weapon deals with both Chemical and Electrical damage, which helps in subduing enemies non-lethally more easily. You can find it on Finger's bed in Disasterpiece.

Tinker Bell - One-Handed Club

Tinker Bell deals electrical damage and has a high critical rate. When you're in the Side Job The Hunt, you can find Tinker Bell in the hidden room at Peter Pan's farmhouse. To unlock it, you need to find a switch in the bedroom.