There are new Tarot Cards that you can find while playing Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty. The base game already had you exploring Night City to scan dozens of these, and the expansion has you looking for more while you’re in Dogtown. Our guide discusses the Phantom Liberty Tarot Card locations so you can complete a quest called Tomorrow Never Knows.

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  • Where to find all Dogtown Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty
    • King of Cups
    • King of Pentacles
    • King of Wands
    • King of Swords

Where to find all Dogtown Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty

There are four Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Tarot Cards, and they are all found as you progress through the story. As such, we recommend playing the expansion’s campaign so you gain access to these locations. Alternatively, you could go to these areas while free-roaming. Once you spot the graffiti on the wall, activate your scanner so it can be added to your tally.

King of Cups

The King of Cups can be found just before you enter Dogtown.
The King of Cups can be found just before you enter Dogtown.
  • Location: Found in the barricaded area just across the main gate that leads to Dogtown.
  • Related mission: Dog Eat Dog

King of Pentacles

The King of Pentacles is near your hideout.
The King of Pentacles is near your hideout.
  • Location: On a wall just outside the door to your hideout in Kress Street. You’ll unlock this hideout as part of the quest chain that leads deeper into Dogtown.
  • Related mission: Lucretia My Reflection

King of Wands

The King of Wands is next to a basketball court.
The King of Wands is next to a basketball court.
  • Location: To the left of the basketball court where you first meet Solomon Reed.
  • Related mission: Lucretia My Reflection

King of Swords

There's an alley next to The Moth bar (left), which hides the King of Swords (right).
  • Location: In the back alley that leads to The Moth bar’s hidden entrance. Solomon Reed will tell you to go to this location in Longshore Stacks a couple of hours into the campaign. You’ll then see a narrow pathway between The Moth and a container with a graffiti that says “No Future.”
  • Related mission: The Damned

Once you’ve found all four Tarot Cards in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, return to Misty in Bradbury & Buran. Talk to her about these drawings that you’ve just discovered to decipher their meanings, which will then complete the Tomorrow Never Knows quest. While we won’t spoil anything here, let’s just say that each tarot symbolizes the attitudes, background, and principles of the characters that you met when you first arrived in those areas.

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