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Cyberpunk 2077 Fans Try To Figure Out How Many Crimes V Commits

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Night City isn't a safe place to live at the best of times, and it only gets worse when V is unleashed in Cyberpunk 2077. Even if you make your way to each mission by driving on the right side of the road, stopping at every red light, and letting pedestrians cross unscathed, it's impossible to do a crime-free run of Cyberpunk. So, as V fights to save their life, how many crimes do they commit?

Fans are trying to figure this out over in the Cyberpunk 2077 subreddit, and damn, it's a mystery how V has avoided the NCPD for so long. From multiple counts of murder, battery, and grand theft auto, to the unauthorized use of Military hardware, V has got to be the most notorious criminal to ever grace the streets of Night City. And that's not even the half of it.

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This came about after Reddit user PIIFX shared a mockup of what V's scan results would look like if we were able to scan them as we can the other residents of Night City. Here, they included just some of the crimes V commits during their mission to separate their consciousness from Johnny's - and it's hard to argue that the ends justify the means here.

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In the first card, we see the results for female V - or as she's called here, Valerie Álvarez, having settled down with Judy. Well, "settling down" might not apply here however, as her crimes include grievous bodily harm, murder of a corporate rep, battery, and "friendzoning an NCPD officer" (sorry, River).

On the other hand, we have Vincent Palmer, taking the surname of his partner, Panam. His rap sheet includes unauthorised operation of Military hardware (something he and Panam will have in common), grand theft, and multiple homicides.

In the replies, fans have no shortage of suggestions to complete their criminal records. Wanton destruction of corporate property, trespassing, and a lot of vehicular manslaughter... no one was safe from V in 2077. Oh, and abduction. You do that a couple of times in the main story, actually.

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