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Welcome to another special report by N54 News, bringing the latest from Night City to every Night Citizen stranded away from home! Our on-the-ground reporters have the inside scoop on some of the changes happening in Night City. Though they’re not the biggest ones and there’ll be more to come (as soon as more documents get declassified), we’re excited to give you a sneak peek at what’s coming.
I’m your host, Gillean Jordan, and here’s what’s new in Night City:
“Kind regards, fixers of Night City”
Earlier this morning Thorton Ltd. announced an update to their GPS navigation technology. Other manufacturers, including the high-end Rayfield, affordable Makigai, motorcycle company Yaiba, and more, soon followed suit.
All these companies working in perfect synchronization are unheard of, so we decided to do some digging. Our sources revealed the real reason for the GPS update — at the start of the year, every company selling vehicles in North California received an open letter signed by all the biggest fixers of Night City, including The Afterlife’s Rogue Amendiares, Heywood’s Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra, and Pacifica’s mysterious Mr. Hands.
Unfortunately, our reporters were “kindly” asked to leave The Afterlife before they could interview Ms. Amendiares, but we did manage to obtain a comment from another local fixer:
“So you know, I hire mercs to do other people’s dirty work, right? Lotta these gigs are very time-sensitive. You’re late, you don’t get paid. And lately, we’ve had a lot of… well, let’s call ‘em “refunds.” Mercs crash into buildings and die before finishing the job, or get lost in Night City, miss a turn, and end up in Badlands instead of Corpo Plaza. It’s a freaking nightmare and it’s bad for biz!” — Muamar “El Capitán” Reyes from Santo Domingo.
The fixers blame faulty navigation systems for compromising their operations and therefore decided to issue an open letter to vehicle manufacturers. The question remains — why did the companies agree?
“At first we didn’t want to give in to these criminals’ demands, but that changed after an internal audit. It confirmed that our own shipments suffer from the same issues, often arriving late or becoming lost entirely. In the end we decided it was in our best interest to provide the navigation update they were asking for.” — anonymous senior Quadra employee.
Is it a change for the better? Let’s see what our expert in the studio has to add:
“With the new minimap system software update, you are able to see more and navigate better.
Drive fast, drive safe.” — Andrzej, Programmer, CD PROJEKT RED
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