How to Turn on the Access Point in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty

An access point that's tough to access is a little ironic.

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Over the course of the Phantom Liberty expansion for Cyberpunk 2077, you’ll be asked to complete objectives that aren’t made explicitly clear. Instead, you need to search an area and find the correct thing to interact with. This can be nice since it gives you a sense of accomplishment when you do find it, but it can be frustrating when you don’t. One such situation like this shows up early on in the DLC’s storyline. Here’s how to turn on the access point in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty.

How to Enable the Access Point in Phantom Liberty

The objective to turn on the access point appears during the first mission of the expansion, Dog Eat Dog. As you reach a room adjacent to a horizontal/vertical elevator, Songbird will ask you to turn on an access point to do so. When you walk up to the access point though, you’ll likely be unable to interact with it.

That’s because the power to the facility is currently inactive and needs to be turned on so the access point can be used. To turn it on, head to the side of the access point to a small electrical area, where you’ll find a few steps leading down to a side room. This will lead to a generator, which you’ll want to enable. This will let you interact with the access point and join Songbird’s Relic image on the elevator.

The rest of the Dog Eat Dog mission should be pretty straightforward, letting you join Songbird as you enter Dogtown, then up to a vantage point where you’ll see Space Force One touch down. Good luck working your way through the rest of the expansion.

If you’re looking for help once you get back out into the open world, check out our guide on all Militech Data Terminal locations in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty.

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