The Union Strikes Back

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Gig Type Gun For Hire
Location Rancho Coronado, Santo Domingo (Carsten St)
Requirement Street Cred Level 50
Reward €$ 9280
565 EXP
1240 Street Cred

The Union Strikes Back is a Gig in Cyberpunk 2077. The Union Strikes Back can be acquired from Rogue. Completing Gigs in Cyberpunk 2077 earns you experience points and may reward you with some items.

 

At first I thought it was just rumors and the kind of drunken bullshit you hear at a bar at 3 AM, y'know? But when you hear the same story from three separate witnesses, you start taking an interest. Now that my informant confirmed the accounts, it's time to dive into the action.

Look, I don't wanna sound like some naggy old crone, but back in my day workers knew how to stand up for themselves. Instead of fixers they had unions to fight for their rights. I know, I know. Anyway, now with the unions gone, these workers can't afford to hire fixers on starvation-level salaries. Lucky for them, I like to do some pro bono work from time to time. You know, a little something for the public good.

Onto the fine detes. Vincent Vega - the kind of scum who writes "cracking skulls" in the hobby section of his CV. Well, that's exactly what he's doing in Rancho Coronado. Cracking skulls. Not only that, but he's got the full backing of the corp execs, who'd rather give their workers brain damage instead of a 2% raise.

Vega and his people've been terrorizing the whole neighborhood. Workers've had enough - who the **** wouldn't agree? You're gonna find Vic Vega and end that psycho for good. Maybe then the corpos'll realize they crossed the line.

 

The Union Strikes Back Objectives Gig Cyberpunk 2077

There's this scuzzbaf needs to be reined in. A sadist on a corporate leash.

  • Get inside C-Team's building.
  • Find Vic Vega.
  • Neutralize Vic Vega.
  • Leave the building.

 

The Union Strikes Back Walkthrough Gig Cyberpunk 2077

This gig is unlocked and given to you by Rogue when you reach Street Cred Level 50, in order to trigger the gig, you must be driving or roaming around the Rancho Coronado area in Santo Domingo. Head over to the marked location which is the C-Team's building Carsten street. Your main objective for this gig is to take out Vic Vega on the second floor of this building. This is a mission that requires less killing even though it doesn't state in the list of objectives. You have to avoid getting into a gunfight with the staff inside because they are only being controlled by Vega but not willingly. The best and fastest way to proceed with this mission is by using non-lethal melee weapons and guns that have the non-lethal mod attached.

Once inside, you can have a few words with the receptionist, but all in all, the outcome is the same and she will not let you go through. your best bet is to start taking out the guards with your non-lethal weapons and make your way inside the main door. Upon entering, you'll constantly be intercepted by armed staff members, so take them out non-lethally until you reach the set of stairs ahead and make your way up to Vic's office. Once upstairs, Vic will be expecting you in his office armed, so make sure to have a "Lethal" weapon out when you enter his office. Once you take him out, leave the area and you will receive a call from Rogue congratulating you on the success of the gig.

If ever you did proceed to kill the staff members inside, Rogue will give you an angry call but will express that you at least took out Vic.

 

 How to unlock The Union Strikes Back Gig in Cyberpunk 2077

 

The Union Strikes Back Rewards Gig Rewards Cyberpunk 2077

  • €$ 9280
  • 565 EXP
  • 1240 Street Cred

 

The Union Strikes Back Notes & Tips Gig Notes & Tips Cyberpunk 2077

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