Kanjozoku Game レーサー: How to Earn Money

Up to date ways of making $$ for your car spending needs.

 

The Start Of A Journey

So, you’ve just bought the game, ready to dip your toes into the racing and being a part of the Infamous Kanjozoku Racers but your car doesn’t really fit the task?

Fear not, we’ve all been there.

Today, we’ll go over some basics of how to make money, and what would be the best way of doing so.

– skip to TL;DR if you’re not new to the game and are just here to see the “meat” of the guide –

Where To Begin?

You’ll notice that there are two different sections to the Kanjozoku Game レーサー

The Streets and The Tracks

We’ll focus on The Streets first.
So, you’ve just loaded in and you’re ready to make bread.

Things you can and should be doing on The Streets include:

[Easy] Escaping The Cops
[Normal] Near Miss Comboing
[Hard] Racing

[Easy] Escaping The Police

So, lets begin with the Easy thing, escaping the Police.

  • What does this mean?

There’s Police AI on the roads that will try and arrest you if you’re doing naughty things such as Racing and/or Speeding.

Just like in Need For Speed, we can abuse the stupid AI into prolonging the chase thus netting us more money.

  • Tactic

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you’re going too fast you’ll start escaping them, and we don’t want that
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you’re going too slow you’ll get busted and will have to pay the fine

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀It’s best to keep it somewhere in the middle.

The best results happen when you’re going slow and letting the Cops ram into you, it results in us not getting away, and the damage to their Police Cars goes up, which means we’re making more money, quicker.

Be warned, the Police in this game can somehow arrest you even if they aren’t anywhere near you
[You can see their position on the map, they’ll be marked with flashing lights]
Never come to a full stop whilst getting chased, keep moving.

This is similar to the Near Miss Comboing we’ll touch on next.
Except we can do this forever, and aren’t relying on AI spawning to keep the combo going.
Damage to Police Vehicles and the Time Spent running from them are both things that count towards making us money.

[Normal] Near Miss Comboing

Next up is the Near Miss Comboing that should net you some money quickly.
You’ll use this at all times, it’s more of a Passive money maker than something you have to go out of your way to do.

  • What does this mean?

Near Miss Comboing means we’ll be trying to nearly hit or, well.. miss an AI Pedestrian Car, each near miss makes our multiplier go up.

  • Tactic

Drive next to the AI Vehicles at appropriate speeds to make the multiplier go up, scratching against them counts as well.
Crashing into them however, will reset the multiplier back to 0, and won’t reward us with anything.
Busses on corners can be tricky, avoid if possible!

The Max Multiplier Being 19.9x

use Near Miss Comboing GIF [imgur.com]!
[Hard] Racing
[Heads Up:] It’ll be almost impossible to win Online Races against other people if you’re just starting!




⠀⠀
The Red circles on the map indicate the start to the Races
Lets head to one, and see what’s there

⠀⠀


Choosing Single Race will load you into one instantly and you’ll be racing by yourself
Choosing Online Race will give other Racers a prompt to join your race and will begin a countdown to the start of The Event⠀

Single Race
Offline
1st Place Reward
≈ ¥3,500
Online Race
Online
1st Place Reward
≈ ¥20,000

Modifiers:

Do Not Crash= Don’t crash (duh)
Crashing = Instant loss

90km/h = Don’t go below 90km/h
Going Below the 90km/h = Instant Loss

Timer = How much time you’ve got to complete the event

Then there are the 1v1 Races that were introduced in the latest update, which allow us to initiate a Race with other drivers in the same session as us.

How do we initiate a 1v1 with someone?
Simple-

Drive next to a player, and you should see a prompt allowing you to Invite that player

Other players may also invite us, and we may choose to Accept or simply Ignore it

But, for the sake of explaining, let’s say you do accept, what next?

Well, as soon as you hit that Accept button, or the other person accepts, the racing begins!
2 minutes of racing(distance doesn’t matter, it’s simply time based) to see who comes out on top.

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Winner takes all
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀And the loser, loses

The Track [Drift]

The Track is where you’ll be doing most(if not all) of your Drifting.

As a person that came from CarX, this was my main attraction to the game
Luckily, it’s another way of making us some money.

Besides upgrading your car, I’d also recommend switching your gearbox from Automatic to Manual for this, sometimes the automatic shifter can mess you up.

Max Multiplier for this is 19.9x

Use Drifting GIF [imgur.com] instead!

TL;DR

Event
Reward
Cop Chases [Every 60 seconds]
≈ ¥1,200
Near Misses [Every 1,000 Points]
≈ ¥125
Drifting [Every 100,000 Points]
≈ ¥1,000
Solo Race [Base]
Solo Race [Min Speed]
Solo Race [Do Not Crash]
[MAX REWARD]
≈ ¥2,500
+ 1,000
+ 2,000
≈ ¥5,500
Online Race [1st Place]
≈ ¥20,000
1v1 Race [1st Place]
≈ ¥20,000

! Most of these numbers are approximations which were gathered through testing !
Credit goes to EndOfFIle for the brain work

If you’re a new player, that doesn’t have the best of vehicles

Doing:

Cop Chases,
Near Misses.
Single/Solo Races,
Drifting
will net you the most money without having to struggle too much.

Once you’re up to speed, and are comfortable with your speeder, try doing some Online Racing.

The game is still new, with not many things to do
But with updates will come more things to do=more money!

I’ll update this guide when ever there are changes and additions

By Stannum and UsernameNotFound_404

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