There are a lot of stuff you can do in Cyberpunk 2077. You can do stuff like side gigs, quests, hustles, and much more. On top of that, there are bounties placed on some NPCs.
This can be a great way to earn some fast street cred, as well as other stuff like experience points. However, there is quite some confusion on this topic.
Turning in your Bounty – Cyberpunk 2077
Although the logical things might be that you must turn in the bounty, in Cyberpunk, it works differently. In Cyberpunk 2077, you do not have to turn in your bounty to get the rewards from it.
On the contrary, all that you need to do is execute or do a non-lethal takedown of the target, and in your left side of your screen, you should see the rewards for your bounty.
In addition, you can get some extra loot from the targets you take down. Even though we have found out that most of them will give you only garbage, on rare occasions, you might see some good loot.
So, make looting the bodies of your enemies a common practice.
If you didn’t already know, these are contracts given to you by the NCPD. You will be rewarded with Eurodollars, street cred, and XP.
They’re fun to do, and gives you another way to play the game. All the confusion that was around these bounties was largely because the game doesn’t really prompt you that you have finished and/or obtained the rewards.
Even before Cyberpunk’s 2077 initial release, I know I had an issue with the notification system, even then. My thoughts were that there were going to be a lot of changes to it, but in the end, that wasn’t the case.
Nevertheless, the main thing you should take away from this and remember, is the fact that bounty endorsements get deposited automatically.
The game might prompt you after a while that you have successfully finished a bounty, but not at the exact moment you do so.