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This is a guide on how to farm Crafting Components fast in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn more about different methods to gather crafting and upgrading materials, and how to use crafting components!
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Crafting Components, also known as Crafting Materials, are needed to craft or upgrade an item. These are scattered all over Night City where they can be looted, bought from vendors, or acquired by levelling up your Skills.
The simplest way to get crafting materials is by looting caches that you find around you. Take on heavy side jobs and you might stumble upon caches with rare crafting materials.
You can also purchase crafting materials from vendors. Junk Shops are the best places to buy from, as they often have more rare materials at reasonable prices.
Dismantling your items for crafting materials is also another method. To do this, go to your Inventory and highlight the item that you wish to dismantle. Then, hold the required button and this will break down the item into crafting materials.
You can yield crafting materials more efficiently with dismantling by acquiring certain Perks in the Technical Attribute:
On the inverse side of the coin, instead of farming more Crafting Components, you can also reduce your dependence on them. The following Perks will help make crafting cheaper, so you won't run out of the needed components as easily.
Common Item Components
Epic Item Components
Legendary Item Components
Rare Item Components
Uncommon Item Components
Epic Upgrade Components
Legendary Upgrade Components
Rare Upgrade Components
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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?
When I grapple NPCs I can see black patches flashing on the back of their head, shoulders, and back. Like they are rendering properly.
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