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All Trauma Drama Mini-Game Rewards in Cyberpunk 2077

Might be a bit of a waste of time, but hopefully you have fun.

While you can spend most of your time in Cyberpunk 2077 doing much of the main and side quests, there’s a ton of side content you’ll miss if you don’t explore the city. I find myself driving from place to place instead of fast traveling all the time for that very reason. One piece of side content can actually reward you with some pretty cool loot. Here are all the rewards from the Trauma Drama mini-game in Cyberpunk 2077.

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Every Reward From the Trauma Drama Mini-Game in Cyberpunk 2077

The Trauma Drama mini-game can reward you with both a minature Trauma Team AV along with the Trauma Team outfit. To get these rewards, you need to beat the high score of 443,000 points when playing the arcade machine. Once you complete the couple extra tasks that the Trauma Team asks of you, you’ll be able to claim both from a container. The outfit can be worn immediately, while the miniature AV can be found in your apartment and will fly around the room when played with.

How to Find and Beat the Trauma Drama Mini-Game in Cyberpunk 2077

The Trauma Drama arcade machine can be found at the Kabuki Market fast-travel point, located in the Kabuki district of Watson. Once you arrive, make your way to the top of the center building and into the Netrunner’s shop. Immediately next to the shop owner will be three arcade machines, with the central arcade machine being Trauma Drama.

As for how you can beat the high score of 443,000, it’s incredibly challenging on its own. However, there’s a way to cheese it and make it easy. Work your way through the machine until you reach stage 1-3. This will be a wave-fighting stage with a ton of enemies to worry about, along with helicopters. You want to focus on the enemies but don’t touch the helicopters. Once most or all of them are dead, there should either be one or two helicopters left. Leave them alive, then kill the enemies as they land from the helicopter. Continuously shoot them for 10-20 minutes until you have over 443,000 score (ideally, go to 450,000 just to be safe), then let them kill you. This will satisfy the condition.

How to Get the Trauma Drama Rewards in Cyberpunk 2077

Once you beat Trauma Drama, you should receive a text telling you to sign up for an unpaid internship for Trauma Team on the net. The net can be accessed through certain computers in Night City, often located in select apartments (and available in the starting apartment). Once you sign up, you’ll be told that you didn’t make the cut but can claim the consolation prize. Head to the location of the new mission Career Opportunities and claim your rewards.

If you’re looking for help getting some other loot in the game, check out our guide on how to get the Widow Maker in Cyberpunk 2077.


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Shawn is a freelance gaming journalist who's been with Prima Games for a year and a half, writing mainly about FPS games and RPGs. He even brings several years of experience at other sites like The Nerd Stash to the table. While he doesn't bring a fancy degree to the table, he brings immense attention to detail with his guides, reviews, and news, leveraging his decade and a half of gaming knowledge. If he isn't writing about games, he's likely getting zero kills in his favorite FPS or yelling at the game when it was 100% his fault that he died.