How to get the best rewards for Full Disclosure in Cyberpunk 2077

To crack the databank, or to not crack the databank?

Cyberpunk 2077's prologue is a tense mission where Jackie and V are going to find and rescue a corpo woman named Sandra Dorsett. When they leave her, she's in critical condition, but will survive. She makes a return in the side mission Full Disclosure. If you want to get the best rewards from this job, follow this guide.

How to get the best rewards for Full Disclosure in Cyberpunk 2077

How to get the best rewards for Full Disclosure in Cyberpunk 2077 © CD Projekt Red
 © CD Projekt Red

Full Disclosure will start with V receiving coordinates to a databank in Kabuki. Head there and break into the building you're led to to find the databank. You'll be presented with a choice: crack open the databank, or leave well enough alone? If you want to get the most out of this quest's rewards, the answer is a resounding "crack it like a cold one." If you choose not to, you'll only get the default reward once the mission wraps up.

To crack the databank, open the Shards tab in your journal and scroll to the bottom. Choose the crack option on the databank to start the usual hacking minigame. Once you succeed, it's time to call our girl Sandra. She'll ask you to meet back at her apartment, so head there next.

The conversation with Sandra can go five different ways, so choose V's actions carefully. If you cracked the databank and try to blackmail her, Sandra will attack you. If you pretend you didn't crack it, you'll get a lower value reward. You get the default reward by either not cracking the databank, or by cracking it, admitting you did so, and then telling Sandra that you don't care. You'll get something slightly better if you admit that you cracked it and congratulate Sandra. To get the very best loot from this quest, you'll need to do the former, and talk with Sandra about daemons by passing an intelligence check. 

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