Under the Desecration of Pizza Act, pineapple is an illegal topping.
Prior to the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, one question loomed large: What is the world going to look like in 50 years time?
Will we have flying cars or broomsticks like Harry Potter? Will we have started our descendant underwater as predicted by Busted? Will the world have found an alternative fuel to save the icebergs from melting? But most importantly, will people who put pineapple on pizza be tracked down by bounty hunters and perished from everyday life?
The answer to first three remain up in arms, however, Cyberpunk 2077 has officially made putting pineapple on pizza an act of criminality under the Pizza Desecration Act, article 1, 5 5a. It results in the consumer earning a three-star bounty, the same level of criminal activity as hostage-taking and the dealership of explosive weaponry. We've not opened up the great Cyberpunk 2077 pineapple pizza debate.
Cyberpunk 2077 pineapple pizza: What's the crime?
The news circulated via Reddit, as "Work_Account89" posted his bounty on "Mauler" to the site, which had him hunting Night City in search of one of the most dangerous targets.
With this new law, it has led to a discussion on whether a black market will be set up for pineapple-loving daredevils to find illegally made pizzas off the books. One comment said "Black market pizza. It's the taboo that creates the market. Just imagining speakeasy pizzerias", while others joked that they'd be run by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - of course, they'd still be going, turtles never go out of date.
Bounties of similar nature have also occurred, with some players hunting down desecrators of Sushi, with Tuna as the banned ingredient. Still, Cyberpunk 2077 pineapple pizza seems to be the most dangerous choice of dish. You've been warned.
If you're a Hawaiian fanatic, may we suggest switching to a bbq-based chicken fiesta or a plain Margherita, as you'll be facing some serious charges in the coming years.
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