Cyberpunk 2077: How to Gain Infinite Money and Legendary Mods

A Method To Buy Every Legendary Mod and Items En Masse


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If you truly want to go all out in Cyberpunk 2077, including buying out every single legendary mod and car, you’re going to need to earn some serious eddies. Thankfully, CDPR has never really been great at managing in-game economies, and just like in Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077 has infinite money exploits. This is the best one in the game and as of patch 1.05, still remains unfixed. So do it now before it gets patched. 

Now, the method we’re going over today is just one of the infinite farming methods in the game, but it’s definitely the most efficient. To do it, you’ll need to finish the Space Oddity mission at the south end of Santo Domingo. Once you finish the quest and inevitably track the package, you’ll be rewarded with a painting you can sell called the ‘Untitled 18 Brancesi, 2021’. The painting does not count as junk, so there’s no need to worry about the auto disassemble perk. It can, however, be sold for 4,000 eddies. If you exit after selling it at either a shop or dropbox, you can then buy the painting back for 5 eddies. Repeat this cycle and its infinite cash.


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I highly recommend using the trick at shops as you can also use it to purchase rare items and even unlock legendary recipes and items the more you do business with a single shop. For instance, I used this method at Victor’s Ripper shop, which I noticed over time, actually started to give me legendary goods the more I spent exchanging eddies for paintings there. Eventually, I was even able to farm 3 legendary trajectory analysis mods simply by resetting the day to refresh the shops and repeating the method—all for a whopping 150% bonus headshot damage. You can do this at any shop; just sell the painting, reset, and buy their legendary goods. 

There you have it, infinite money in Cyberpunk 2077. Enjoy your new riches and if you like, feel free to check out our full review of Cyberpunk 2077.


A screenplay and comic book writer who grew up on playing everything Blizzard and Final Fantasy, Christian is a part-time entertainment journalist who covers just about everything. He loves attending conventions, meeting fellow creatives, and of course, gaming.

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