How to Claim Pre-Order Bonuses for Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty

A brand new car!

Cyberpunk 2077 promo art of V holding a pistol against a red background.
Image via CD Projekt Red.

Cyberpunk 2077 has finally released its Phantom Liberty expansion on all platforms, letting players finally step into Dogtown and save the NUS president. If you have been excited about this DLC for some time now, there’s a good chance you pre-ordered it and were excited to go in. You also should get a free reward, though how you get it is a little more up in the air. Here’s how to claim your pre-order bonus in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty.

How to Get the Phantom Liberty Pre-Order Bonus

For pre-ordering Phantom Liberty, you get the Quadra Sport R-7 Vigilante muscle car for free. To claim it, you’ll need to progress through the base game until you’ve completed the Arasaka Tower heist early in the story. Once it’s done, you should get a text shortly after saying you won the Body-Count lottery. Reading this message should automatically add the car to your inventory. To use it, hold the Vehicle button listed in the bottom left and select the Quadra R-7 Vigilante, and you’ll be good to go!

It’s worth noting that despite this, many players have reported not getting a text at all. If the above doesn’t work for you, I suggest you contact CD Projekt Red’s support team so they can try to help you. It’s possible the pre-order didn’t get registered by the game, but provided you can give CDPR proof, then you should have no problem.

Can You Get the Quadra Sport R-7 Vigilante Without Preordering?

If you didn’t pre-order Phantom Liberty, you aren’t entirely out of luck. The Quadra Sport R-7 Vigilante can be purchased from any Autofixer Terminal in Night City and Dogtown for $86000. Once purchased, you can select the car from your available vehicles to spawn and drive around.

If you’re looking for help while getting into the DLC for the first time, check out our guide on all Militech Data Terminal locations in Cyberpunk 2077.

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