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This is a walkthrough for Fortunate Son, a Side Quest in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn all the available choices in Fortunate Son, how to get the best possible result, tips and strategies for the Quest, and all available rewards.
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Go to the Nomad Camp and talk to one of the Aldecaldos inside a tent. They will mention of someone needing a kidney implant and soon. Accepting the task will begin this quest.
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Go to the meeting with the hospital employee.→Meet with the hospital employee.→Take the briefcase with the implant.Go to the objective point and talk to the hospital employee to acquire the necessary implant for the Nomad kid.
Defeat the police.→Confront the hospital employee.Defeat all police members. Move around so you don't get flanked as there are quite a few of them. After, deal with the employee who is cowering nearby.
Return to the Aldecaldos camp.→Talk to Bob.→Wait for eight hours for the results.Return to the Nomad camp and give the briefcase to Bob. Wait for eight hours in order to find out if the implant worked.
Read Bob's message.→Talk to Bob.After eight in-game hours, head back to the camp. Depending on how you dealt with the employee earlier, the results will change. Talk to Bob to end the mission.
In the first part of the conversation, you will have the option of keeping the hospital employee alive or dead. If you kill him, you will still be able to get implant but without knowing it has a virus.
If you keep him alive, before you leave the area, he will inform you of a virus that the implant has and gives you the shard to remove the virus.
While the mission will still be accomplished, killing the employee without getting the shard first would result to the death of the Nomad kid. So, option two is better since it leads to a more positive outcome.
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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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