Cyberpunk 2077 – PC Keyboard Controls

Every control option on the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077.

PC Keyboard Controls

These are the default keyboard shortcuts for the game Cyberpunk 2077.

Pause Braindance (Toggle)Space
Fast-Forward BraindanceE
Rewind BraindanceQ
Change Braindance LayerL-Shift
Analysis ModeTab
Restart BraindanceR
Exit BraindanceX
Zoom InMiddle Mouse Button
Zoom OutMiddle Mouse Button
TagMiddle Mouse Button
Move ForwardW
Move LeftA
Move RightD
Sprint (Hold)R-Shift
Sprint (Toggle)L-Shift
Crouch (Hold)L-Ctrl
Crouch (Toggle)C
Cycle WeaponAlt
Next WeaponMiddle Mouse Button
Previous WeaponMiddle Mouse Button
Select First Weapon1
Select Second Weapon2
Select Third Weapon3
Quick AttackQ
Cyberware SystemsE
Use Combat GadgetMiddle Mouse Button
Use ConsumableX
Scan (Hold)TAB
Scan (Toggle)Capslock
Open PhoneT
Open NotificationsZ
Skip DialogueC
Open Photo ModeN
Previous Item1
Next Item3
Quickhack DetailsZ
Turn RightD
Turn LeftA
Cycle CameraQ
Exit VehicleF
Reverse CameraMiddle Mouse Button
Cycle LightsAlt
Panzer: Primary CannonLMB
Panzer: Missile LauncherRMB
Panzer: SmokescreenL-Ctrl
Call VehicleV

How to Change Controls

The controls used to play Cyberpunk 2077 are a combination of keyboard keys, the mouse and mouse buttons. All keys can be re-assigned using the Controls tab found in the Options tab on the main menu of the game. From there you can change the key bindings.

You can change any of the normal controls by doing the following:

  • Go to the Main Menu.
  • Go to Options.
  • Go to the Controls tab.
  • Click on the control you wish to change.
  • Click “Edit Key” on the bottom of the Options window.
  • Press the key you wish to change it to.
  • Apply the changes.
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