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The side quests in Cyberpunk 2077 come in all shapes and sizes. There are some like I Fought the Law that take up a solid chunk of your time. However, there are others like Full Disclosure, that hardly take but 15 minutes. Still, Full Disclosure has a couple of choices throughout the quest that can be puzzling to players. As with most other side quests, the outcome can be very different depending on what you choose to do in the quest. Today, we’ll go over how to complete Full Disclosure and what choices you should make.
How to complete Full Disclosure in Cyberpunk 2077
In order to start this quest, you’ll need to have made it to Act 2. After some time has passed once you start this Act, you’ll receive a text from Sandra Dorsett. This is the lady who you and Jackie Welles saved in the main story mission ‘The Rescue.’
Sandra is calling because she had her databank stolen by some Scavs. The databank contains private information and Sandra instructs you not to open it once you retrieve it. The location of the databank is at a Scav hideout, but once you get there, the place is seemingly deserted.
To get access to the hideout, you can simply walk in the front door. You can find the databank located in the red-lit room of the hideout next to the armchair. A yellow quest marker will appear where it’s located once you get close. Loot the databank and you can choose to look at it if you want. However, you will lose some eddies in the long run if you do choose to look.
Sandra will call once you retrieve the databank and ask you to meet her at her apartment. Follow the quest marker on your map to the apartment and give her the databank. If you looked at it, she will know, so don’t lie about peeking. If you lie, she’ll only reward you with 300 eddies. However, if you don’t lie, you have the opportunity to make 1,760 eddies by selecting the netrunning dialogue choices. You will need level 9 Intelligence though.
Once you hand her the databank, Full Disclosure is over, and you can leave the apartment — meanwhile, make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for more Cyberpunk 2077 guides and news.
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