When Cyberpunk 2077 launched in 2020, the ability to Respec your perks was technically available. However, in order to start the process, you had to purchase a 100,000 dollar Progression Shard called the Tabula E-Rasa from a ripperdoc. For that price, players could buy a stunning vehicle and a plethora of weapons in the game.
Naturally, because of the price and process, players wanted another, easier way to Respec their perks.
Luckily, as the game’s development cycle went on, the developers at CD Projekt RED made a new Respec process a top priority. In one of the post-launch updates for Cyberpunk 2077, the new Respec process was put into action, and players can see exactly how to begin the process of resetting their perks in the guide below.
Using the Respec system in Cyberpunk 2077
The Tabula E-Rasa Progression Shard is the way of the past when it comes to Respeccing in Cyberpunk 2077. This system was completely removed from the game and replaced with a much simpler method.
To Respec your character’s perks, all you need to do is go to the Character menu. Here, you will see all of your perk categories along with how many possible perk points you have to spend. If you look in the bottom-left corner of the screen, though, you will also see the option to “Reset Perks” as well as a price.
By choosing this option, you agree to pay whatever price is listed to completely reset all of the perks that you’ve acquired thus far in Cyberpunk 2077. Fortunately, the price is nowhere near as extreme as it used to be Respec. For me, I only had to spend around 15,000 dollars to reset 60 perks. So players of any level will be able to Respec their perks at a very little cost.