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Thief Simulator 2: How to Bail Out of Jail



Thief Simulator 2 - Bail Out

Robbing houses and pickpocketing people on the streets can raise detection and get you wanted in the area. People will call the cops on you when they grow suspicious of you and you will mostly get caught by the cops and thrown in jail as they can tase you or run your car off the street. When you are in jail, there are two main ways through which you can get out, either by bailing or breaking out of jail. In this guide, we’ll tell you how you can bail yourself out in Thief Simulator 2.

How to Bail Out of Jail in Thief Simulator 2

Getting caught by the cops will give you two options, you can either go to Jail or you can reload your last checkpoint to overcome the mistake you recently made that led to your arrest. Selecting the last checkpoint will get you back to the last autosave or manual save location and going to jail will lock you in a cell through which you have to make yourself out either by bailing or breaking out. Fortunately, going to jail will not remove any item from your inventory so, all the loot and tools you have in your inventory will remain in your backpack.

The easiest way out of jail is a bailout but it will cost a certain percentage of your total money. To bail out of jail, all you have to do is look at the bed inside your cell and interact with it by pressing the E Button and it will bail you out with costing a certain amount of money. Bailing out will take you back to your hideout and all the wanted posters of you in the area will be removed.

Breaking out of jail is a way longer process costing 0 money but the wanted posters will remain in the area and people will recognize you as you walk beside them.

That is all related to how to bail out of jail in Thief Simulator 2.

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