This is a guide on getting Money (Eddies) fast in the game Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn what you should be doing to farm Eddies and get rich, as well as how to earn infinite and unlimited money using glitches!
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In Night City, a merc like you is going to have plenty of jobs to complete. Just like any other job, you complete a task and you get paid. Taking up the Jobs you are given is going to be a staple source of Eddies in the game. Not only are you going to experience well written stories and characters, but you will also get paid to play through them!
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|All Main Jobs||All Side Jobs|
Certain missions have a much bigger payout compared to most side jobs or gigs. Here are some of the missions that give you the highest payout.
Be warned however that certain jobs in this list are difficult to accomplish so you may want to hold off doing them until you are at a higher enough level
|Job Name||Rewards||Rec. Level|
|Beat on the Brat: Pacifica||32,000/64,000 Eddies||40|
|Psycho Killer||33,270 Eddies (17 Total Missions)||10-25|
|Rebel! Rebel!||13,900 Eddies||Any|
|Hot Merchandise||11,600 Eddies||35|
|I Fought The Law||11,580 Eddies||25|
|Guinea Pigs||10,900 Eddies||35|
|Going Up or Down?||10,900 Eddies||20|
|The Union Strikes Back||9,280 Eddies||25|
|Going-Away Party||9,050 Eddies||25|
|Dream On||8,960 Eddies||20|
Completing the open-world side content is going to reward you with Eddies, especially those that are from the NCPD. These activities will usually have you fight a group of enemies to fulfill just a single objective which makes these quite easy to complete. Each objective usually involve 500 or so eddies which makes this an easy money grab.
To find these jobs you can check your map and hover over the blue markers to check its objectives.
Cyberpunk features a huge amount of items. Due to the insane amount of looting, you will definitely have copies of the same item - even if you don't use them. Instead of letting them sit all day in your backpack, sell them for eddies!
Be careful of what you sell! Iconic weapons and armor cannot be acquired again once you sell them so make sure you don't sell them away.
One of the easiest way to organize your unwanted stuff is to determine the kind of build you are going for early. Certain builds do not need a particular weapon type - which makes those weapons useless. Then, all you need to do is sell all those weapons you are not gonna use anyway. Legendary weapons do sell quite a bit of eddies.
Money is stored in many locations around Night City, one of them is machines with access points. Finding access points and jacking into them will allow you to hack them and Datamine them to transfer some Eddies to you. When hacking, you can try and input longer strings for greater Eddies, rewarding your risky decision.
There is also the Advanced Datamine Perk that is found in the Breach Protocol tree and will increase the amount you obtain from Access Points by 50% at the initial level and eventually at 100% when maxed out.
These glitches were once used to obtain as much money as you want even as early as Act 2. But, these have since been patched out in Patch v1.2.
Start the I Walk the Line Mission
Defeat All the Enemies in the Mall
Defeat the Boss Matilda K. Rose
Save in Front of the Boss
Use a Melee Weapon and Kill the Boss to Claim her Bounty Reward
Save Over the Previous Save File and Load the File Up
Attack the Boss Again and Receive her Bounty
Repeat the Process
During this glitch, you must first eliminate all enemies in the mall in order to exit combat mode and save the game. After loading the game back up and attacking the boss, be sure to hit her until you receive the 30,000 Eddie reward. If you hit her only once, you will sometimes receive just 15,000. This process can be repeated as much as you like and should get you to around 1 million Eddies within 20 to 30 minutes.
Start the Space Oddity Mission
Complete all mission objectives to acquire the painting, Untitled 18 - Brancesi, 2021
Head to a Drop Point and sell the painting
Exit the Drop Point and enter it again
Buy back the painting for 5 eddies
Sell the painting once more. Repeat the process.
In this glitch, you can sell the painting acquired in the Space Oddity mission for 4,000 eddies and buy it back for just 5 eddies. That's an easy 3,995 for you. Repeat the process to easily get as much eddies as you want. If the Drop Point runs out of money, just wait another 24 hours or head to a different Drop Point to get more eddies.
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In the crafting screen, would love to see a comparison between what I'm currently equipped with vs what I've selected to craft. In the Inventory screen, I have no idea where any extra weight is without going into each category (weapons, clothes, etc). Please add some sort of weight indicator next to each category so I know exactly where I seem to be overloaded. In the Map, please mark completed items (assault in progress, access points), grey out the icons or something similar?
The mission Sex on Wheels. Says to "Get in the Car". The marker is 10ft under the garage though. No car appearing in the garage. Nothing I do can seem to spawn it, and I've played too far forward to load a previous save point... on PS4
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