If you have played Cyberpunk 2077, you would know that V can sleep in his apartment at any moment free moment in the game. This helps by not only passing the time but also acts as a cool way to get your bearings after exploring Night City for long periods of time. The thing is, the internet is trying to figure out how V actually positions himself on his bed given the strange camera angle when you lay down.
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Over the past few days, Reddit has been blowing up with theories on how V actually lays down on his bed. You see, when you activate the sleep mode action in Cyberpunk 2077, V lays down with his hands in front of his face. However, by the look of things, he is actually right on the edge of the bed but at the same time, he is facing his pillows. So are his legs hanging off the side of the bed? What is actually going on here?
Of course, the internet got hold of the situation and have come up with their own wild theories on how V sleeps in Cyberpunk 2077. It started off with one person posting an image they made depicting the position. It then became a meme in itself as more and more people added their poorly-drawn theories to the meme. Many of them say that the developers at CD Projekt RED crunched so hard to make the game that they forgot what sleeping in a bed was like.
Someone created the sleeping position in real life.
Going to bed in Cyberpunk 2077 be like… pic.twitter.com/6RVFjBuWdR
— Drift0r (@Drift0r) December 11, 2020
A collection of strange theories
Someone then finally managed glitch the camera out of position in order to get a close look at how V sleeps in Cyberpunk 2077 and the theories were correct. V indeed sleeps with his legs hanging off the side of the bed (why).
Finally, the real V sleeping in their bed. from r/cyberpunkgame
We are not sure how CD Projekt RED thought that this sleeping position was natural in Cyberpunk 2077. Perhaps they wanted to give players the feeling of “passing out due to exhaustion in any a strange position”? We don’t know.