CD Projekt’s much-awaited video game Cyberpunk 2077 is finally out and it is filled with crimes. The game does provide an opportunity to get rewards to save civilian and stop crime. If you don’t know what reported crime and bounty rewards are then this guide is for you.
Yes, in this guide, we will explain each and everything that you should know about the bounties and reported crimes and what kind of rewards you will get for stopping criminals in Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 Crime and Bounty Rewards
V’s improvised scanner is one of the first things that you will get to know while playing Cyberpunk 2077. It should be noted that it is V’s scanner, which will help you find out people who have bounties on their hand. In order to complete a bounty and get the reward, you simply need to take down one or more targets. Once you have successfully eliminated, you will get your reward.
If you have already taken down your target but still unable to see the reward appearing on your screen, then you must be in combat. Yes, you would not get the reward untill or unless you are out of the combat. If you are in combat, your mini-map will have a red border and display a message ‘Combat’ at the bottom.
Collecting rewards for completing bounties in Cyberpunk 2077 is not the best option. Yes, you should not invest a lot of time to complete bounties because the amount of money you will earn from them would not be worth.
Reported Crimes in Cyberpunk 2077 is way complicated than bounties. There are multiple bounties that you will have to complete in Reported Crimes. Once you are done completing them, you will also need to collect some evidence to get the job done.
To check if you need to collect evidence, take a look at the right side of the screen, where the task will be shown if you are still present in the area. To find evidence easily, using V’s scanner is highly recommended.
Once you have collected all of the evidence, you will be given rewards for completing the task. If you have not received your rewards but got a job update on the left side of the screen, it means that your job has not yet completed.
To get it done, you will have to open up your journal and scroll down untill you see NCPD section. There, you will find the next task for the reported crime. Once you are done finishing the job, be sure to return to the area of the reported crime and loot all of the items in an area.
Cyberpunk 2077: How to Turn in Bounties?
There is no need to turn in bounties in Cyberpunk 2077 because the moment you complete the mission, cash for bounties will be deposited in your inventory. Sometimes, you will have to wait for a while to see the promised rewards in your inventory.
That’s everything you need to know about reported crimes and bounties in Cyberpunk 2077. While here, ensure reading about where to find Andrew’s Niche location and How To Easily Fix Crashing On Startup Issue In Cyberpunk 2077.