Necromunda: Gun for Hire is a buggy game by default. The action is always smooth and bugs rarely get in the way of the chaotic action, but there's no denying that this thing has a few bugs under the hood. And some players are taking advantage of this fact by using an easy-to-reproduce trick involving the end-of-mission reward screen. There is a way to earn infinite rewards if you are patient enough. Who's against infinite rewards? What's particularly good is that it can be done at any point in the game, so if you fancy buying all the best cyber upgrades for your pooch, that's definitely a possibility. .
Necromunda: Pistol for Hire is an indie FPS set in the Warhammer 40k universe. Instead of fighting as genetically enhanced Space Marines, you'll spend the entire game in the depths of Necromunda, a factory planet with a city that spans the entire surface. Noble families live (and bicker) on the surface, while nation-sized gangs fight among the rubble. It's a more grounded version of 40k than what we're used to. Fewer giant spaceships and more cyberpunk heists. You'll still get all the over-the-top violence you need.
Infinite Rewards Tip
To earn endless end of mission rewards, you just need to reach the Results screen after completing a mission. After being rewarded with cash, you must Force quit the game. Close the game, then re-open and continue to resume at the last checkpoint of the mission you just completed. You'll get the rewards again, and they stack.
It's a single-player game, so it's up to you how you want to play – fancy breaking the game a bit to buy whatever you want? it can't hurt! Here is a brief summary of the steps.
- How does this trick work | Step by step
- Reach the end of the mission – go as far as the results menu.
- Force quit the game. Alt-Tab + right click or CTRL-ALT-DELETE, you know the drill.
- Reboot and reload your last save.
- You will reload at the last mission checkpoint. Complete it again.
- Rinse and repeat to collect endless rewards.
Is this the best way to make money in Necromunda? In fact, it really isn't. There are much better ways to complete S-Rank missions for huge payouts, but that's only for the end-game builds. If you're looking to save up early, this is a much better method. Even though it's boring and totally relies on the power of your PC. If you plan to do this, be sure to install Mercenary on an SSD.