All Factions in Glitchpunk – How to accept contracts?

What are factions in Glitchpunk?

Here you will find everything you need to know about the various factions in Glitchpunk, where to find their contact phones, and what they are all about in the game.

All Factions in Glitchpunk - what are they, and how does the faction relations system work?

At the time of writing, there are a total of three factions with 12 planned in the future in Glitchpunk. 

These factions serve as the primary focus of all conflicts and missions in the game, and contracts will often pitch you against other factions. 

For example, one faction can often request you to kill other members of another faction and so on. Factions also have a reputation and relations system, and if you get a low enough relation with one faction, they will place a bounty on your head. 

You will then need to pay the bounty off if you want to get missions from them via the contact phone. That being said, here is everything you need to know about all three factions in the game below and where to find their contact phones in the game. 

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The Ordo is a powerful religious cult that seeks to remove all traces of nonhumans and androids from New Baltic. You can find their faction contract phone in the location below, marked by a blue phone icon in New Baltic. 


The reapers are your typical Cyberpunk gang and dress in a similar fashion. They look punk and ride bikes and use machetes to solve disputes. You can find their faction contract phone in the location below, marked by a purple phone icon in New Baltic. 


The plague are a band of drug dealers and androids that sell narcotics all over the city in the game. You can find their faction contract phone in the location below, marked by a green phone icon in New Baltic. 

How to accept a contract in Glitchpunk?

To accept contracts in Glitchpunk, you will need to have one available at one of the various faction contract phones.

When there is one available, you can accept it by visiting the phone of one of the factions and clicking accept on the contract. 

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