This quick guide is for those of you who chose to wait until the DLC Phantom Liberty was released rather than playing Cyberpunk 2077 update 2.0 and aren't sure if you're continuing where you left off and playing with your old character with all the new skill changes and skill tree overhauls, CD Projekt was kind enough to allow everyone to reset all of their attributes.
The individual skill points can now be refunded as many times as you'd like, at any moment. Therefore, you can sort of play around and try various builds and things, but regrettably, this does not extend to your attributes. Although the level ceiling has been raised to 60, you still cannot max out all of the skill trees; there will be a cap, and you will need to make a decision. However, you still have the ability to reset this once and once only.
If you're just getting back into the game and you see all those new skills and decide you'd want to experiment with something different, you can reset your attributes once. Be very careful moving forward because you won't be able to get your attribute points back if you make mistakes, and you'll have to create a new character from scratch if you do.
Now, whenever you play Phantom Liberty, a brand-new vehicle icon will appear on your mini-map pretty much all the time. When you see that icon, you're going to want to steal a car and give it to El Capitan, and trust me, you won't want to forego these missions. I recommend doing them pretty much whenever you have the opportunity. During my playthrough when one of those contracts appear, I would always accept it right away because they do offer an unbelievable amount of fantastic rewards when completed.
Now that vehicle combat has undergone a complete overhaul in the 2.0 update, these missions are a lot of fun because you get to experience everything that vehicle combat has to offer. You may also occasionally be given the option to complete the mission as quickly as possible, and if you succeed in doing so, you'll receive even better rewards.
Among the various rewards available including legendary weapons, advanced crafting materials, thousands of dollars each time you complete one of these missions, extra XP shards for some bonus XP, and the most important reward you can get in my opinion is the vehicle discounts that you can use at the brand new vehicle Website. The wonderful thing about this is that the discount bonus will keep adding up until you decide to purchase a vehicle.
So, if you're a vehicle collector like me, you probably want every vehicle in the game, but that will cost you a lot of money. Therefore, I urge you to complete those missions because they will make you a ton of money, especially if you sell all the legendary weapons. I'm talking about upwards of $20,000 per mission, and that discount will be the quickest way for you to buy all those new vehicles.