Judgment QR codes are littered throughout the game, and finding them will give you new Drone Parts.
Drone races see you go up against against champions from Kamurocho, and getting these Drone Parts and Drone Upgrades - which can also be obtained through Quickstarter - gives you an edge in races.
Though the starting version of your Drone might do just fine investigating crime scenes, it can barely stand the first few races against beginner competitors. If you plan to follow this side activity and become an airborne professional, developing Drone Parts is essential.
Additionally, some parts even give your Drone a new sense of style with different colours and patterns, in case the default palette doesn't suit you.
We explain how to get started with Drone Races, finding Drone Parts and where to find all 55 QR code locations in Judement.
On this page:
- How to start Drone Races and collecting QR codes for Drone Parts in Judgment
- How to unlock Quickstarter and the QR Code Compendium, and Quickstarter Drone Parts explained
- Frame QR code locations in Judgment
- Motor QR code locations in Judgment
- ESC QR code locations in Judgment
- Propeller QR code locations in Judgment
- Turbo QR code locations in Judgment
- Skill QR code locations in Judgment
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How to start Drone Races and collecting QR codes for Drone Parts in Judgment
To begin, once you do the first main missions in Chapter 2 after exiting your office, a side story will unlock after Yagami stumbles upon a Drone driver. He will let you know about Drone Races, which will lead to you registering for League Kamurocho in the Millennium Tower.
Along with getting a Speed upgrade for free by the drone driver (who's name is later revealed as Makihara) during the conversation, you'll unlock the Lab, where you can further customize your own flying friend
Materials for Drone Parts can be found as prizes for mini games or scattered throughout the city. Some are only found in places accessible by your drone, too, using QR codes.
To get started with collecting QR codes, you'll want to take part in the Grand Prix, which can be accessed from the Drone stand inside the Millennium Tower. It takes you around five consecutive races, and if you're the winner, you'll be set.
Right after that, a new character will appear behind the stand, who's name is Sebastian Hutton. He's the one that commands Yagami into a scavenger hunt throughout Kamurocho, looking for a total of 55 QR codes that will unlock one special part for your drone in 5 categories: Frame Parts, Motor Parts, Propeller Parts, Turbo Parts, and ESC parts.
Developing Drone Parts is done by the Lab in the same stand where you obtain races and start championships inside the Millennium Tower. Thing is, having the blueprints isn't enough, as you'll also need the required materials for each part.
But don't fret - once you unlock Drone Races, these materials will begin to appear in many parts of Kamurocho, both outdoors and indoors. There are literally dozens of them scattered throughout the streets, so it's likely you'll be obtaining them as you go. Plus, they respawn fairly quickly, so you can revisit the same spot as many times as you need to.
The rewards for each category after obtaining all QR codes are as follows:
- Frame codes: SMZ: Chariot line
- Motor codes: Modded Thunder God Motor
- Propeller codes: Modded Wind Propeller
- Turbo codes: Modded God Speed Turbo
- ESC codes: Modded Akashic ESC
How to unlock Quickstarter and the QR Code Compendium, and Quickstarter Drone Parts explained
One element in Judgment that can help you to locate these QR codes is the Quickstarter app. After your first Paradise VR mission, once you leave the facility and head towards the Don Quijote on the next corner, a friend event with a man wearing a suit called Fujimori will trigger. After a brief explanation and a crystal clear reference to Kickstarter, the app is added to your smartphone.
If you select the QR Code Compendium project, which will require ¥200,000 to be funded, a radar will be added to your mini map whenever you're close to a poster that has an eligible QR code, along with a distinct sound beeping in the background.
First, though, you'll need to purchase the skill Code Hunter, which costs 500 SP. The book will later be delivered to your office's mailbox, and once you accept it, the skill will become available from your phone.
Along with the QR Code Compendium, you can also fund and obtain 4 Drone Parts through the Quickstarter app. These are the following:
- Propeller Part: Hyper Propeller H - Costs ¥200,000
- Motor Part: Super Motor S - Costs ¥100,000
- ESC Part: Low-Cost ESC - Costs ¥100,000
- Turbo: Low-Cost Turbo - Costs ¥100,000
With all this in mind - here are lists of Judgment QR code locations:
Frame QR code locations in Judgment
Frame QR Code 1 location
Right around the corner from Shichifuku St., this QR code is attached to an air conditioner.
Frame QR Code 2 location
This one can be found in a Kamuro Chinemals signpost close to Theater Square.
Frame QR Code 3 location
Located in a balcony on the street in between the Hotel District and West Shichifuku Street.
Frame QR Code 4 location
Found literally above a cup of tea on a signpost between West Shichifuku Street and Shichifuku St. on the middle buildings.
Frame QR Code 5 location
Did you see those giant billboards with Japanese artists' faces on them? Well, there's a QR code there as well, just outside the Shichifuku Parking Lot.
Frame QR Code 6 location
Located between alleys right above East Taihei Boulevard, there's a QR code at the left side of an air conditioner.
Frame QR Code 7 location
This is a rather boring one that can be found on a wall right below the East Taihei Boulevard, so you can easily grab both 6 and 7 in a couple of seconds.
Frame QR Code 8 location
Found on the face of an Amazones sign near Pink Alley.
Frame QR Code 9 location
Follow the walls in the alley near Yagami's office for this one.
Frame QR Code 10 location
This one is right above the Tenkaichi Alley street, and you can enter from either the northern or southern sides.
Motor QR code locations in Judgment
Motor QR Code 1 location
Found above a Pimuro sign on one corner of Theater Avenue street.
Motor QR Code 2 location
Another one in a signpost, this time located in NW Theater Square.
Motor QR Code 3 location
Right at the side of a green sign with a bold "50" on it, just below East Taihei Boulevard.
Motor QR Code 4 location
See that giant volcano sign in the corner of Nakamichi St. Entrance? You can find another QR code on top of it.
Motor QR Code 5 location
Located in the alleys on the left of Tenkaichi Street, following the lower path almost before the corner.
Motor QR Code 6 location
There are a lot of cool signs on the street right next to Yagami's office, following Pink Street Entrance, and also a QR Code to take a picture of.
Motor QR Code 7 location
Another alley, this one right below Park Boulevard and on the other side of the Shichifuku Parking Lot. You can enter from the middle following the Northern side, or through the narrow space on the right.
Motor QR Code 8 location
This one is right below yet another air conditioner, close to West Shichifuku Street.
Motor QR Code 9 location
This is a fun one, located on the giant faces above the SEGA arcade in the heart of Kamurocho.
Motor QR Code 10 location
Last one for motor QR codes. This is inside Little Asia, right in the broken signpost.
ESC QR code locations in Judgment
ESC QR Code 1 location
Pretty straightforward. As soon as you're given access to QR Codes' scavenger hunt, activate your drone and take a picture of the blue drone above the League Kamurocho stand.
ESC QR Code 2 location
There's a brown signpost for the Hotel Modern Square, and also a QR code on the bottom in one of its sides. This one is close to Hills Garden and the Hotel District.
ESC QR Code 3 location
In between Hills Garden and Park Boulevard, there doesn't seem to be much to dive into, but make sure to pick up a QR Code right in the middle of the street.
ESC QR Code 4 location
Located on the left side of a really cool looking purple sign on the Northern alley inside the Champions District.
ESC QR Code 5 location
There's a gigantic billboard right at the bottom of Pink Street Entrance, and also a QR code to pick up from it.
ESC QR Code 6 location
Another one that can be found on top of an air conditioner, this case in West Taihei Boulevard following the restaurants nearby.
ESC QR Code 7 location
See that brick wall in E Millenium Tower St? Make sure to take a pic of the QR code there.
ESC QR Code 8 location
Another cool billboard, another QR to find, this time located at the bottom of Tenkaichi Street Entrance.
ESC QR Code 9 location
Go back to Pink Alley and, right at the bottom, you'll find another QR Code.
ESC QR Code 10 location
The TAT VISION signpost in the corner of Taihei Blvd.? Yes, there's a code in there, just above it.
Propeller QR code locations in Judgment
Propeller QR Code 1 location
Go to Children's Park and look for the QR code in the rooftop of the bathrooms.
Propeller QR Code 2 location
In the Yakiniku Hanrai signposts you'll find the second QR code. They are on the corner just on the left side of the Shichifuku Parking Lot.
Propeller QR Code 3 location
Massive blue billboard in E Showa St. with a QR Code on it. You know what to do.
Propeller QR Code 4 location
The first restaurant on W Showa St.? It has a QR Code for you right above the entrance.
Propeller QR Code 5 location
Head to Suppon St and look for the QR code near the shop.
Propeller QR Code 6 location
There's a tall sign on the northern edge of Pink Street. Make sure to pick up the QR Code there.
Propeller QR Code 7 location
That kickass yellow sign in Nakamichi St. has a QR Code waiting for you.
Propeller QR Code 8 location
On Shichifuku St. you'll have to use your drone not only to take a picture of this QR Code, but also to locate, since it's on the other side of the entrance in the northern side. But don't fret, just gain some verticality and you'll see it in a row of 3 air conditioners.
Propeller QR Code 9 location
This one is right at the side of a Poppo shop at the southern edge of Park Blvd. Alley.
Propeller QR Code 10 location
On the entrance to the Kamuto Theater in the Theater Avenue, there's a QR code right above it on the left side.
Turbo QR code locations in Judgment
Turbo QR Code 1 location
Right on the middle of a Power sign in West Shichifuku Street.
Turbo QR Code 2 location
There's a billboard with a man's face at the right side of Shichifuku St., also starring a QR Code to photograph.
Turbo QR Code 3 location
If you enter the Champion District from the left entrance, make sure to pick up the QR Code in the alley.
Turbo QR Code 4 location
Right in a corner in between Pink Alley and Senryo Ave. there lies another QR Code.
Turbo QR Code 5 location
Remember the alleys from Tenkaichi Street? If you enter through the northern path, there will be a QR Code waiting for you in the sign with purple letters.
Turbo QR Code 6 location
This one is right above Nakamichi Alley, on a wall of the left building.
Turbo QR Code 7 location
Outside Yagami's place there's one QR Code that can't be missed.
Turbo QR Code 8 location
If you follow Theater Alley and head to the left side, you will notice a bridge between both buildings. And, of course, there's a QR Code on it as well.
Turbo QR Code 9 location
Get inside the Kamuro Teather and you'll notice a QR code on a sign. It won't be possible to take the drone indoors, so you'll have to do it right before the entrance and then fly towards it.
Turbo QR Code 10 location
In the Café Alps Alley, check the bottom of the biggest square in the map, and you'll see the last QR Code on two rusty air conditioners.
Skill QR code locations in Judgment
In addition to the 50 QR Codes' batch, there are 5 others that unlock a purchasable skill for Yagami. Some of these are rather overpowered EX movements that usually take most of the EX Gauge segments, but they prove to be a visual spectacle.
It's probably best to leave them for the late game, but if you manage to cross paths with Dire Determination and Blessing of the Wind God, make sure to pick them up.
Yagami Detective Agency - EX Light Bullet QR code location
Right at the entrance of the alley on the left southern side of Yagami's office, there's a QR Code waiting to be photographed, which unlocks the EX Light Bullet skill.
Champion District - Tiger Drop QR code location
Go to the biggest space in the Champion District. You've probably been here for a Frame QR Code already, but there's another one on a different wall that unlocks the Tiger Drop skill, which is great to have early on since it allows you to counterattack a finishing blow. Keep in mind that you're gonna have to use the drone for this one.
Taihei Commerce Building - Tiger Dances with Crane QR code location
Get to the Wild Jackson on the corner and look for a sign on the opposite street that says "Spunky", which has a usable elevator that takes you to the second floor (2F). Just walk inside before entering the office room and you'll see a new sign with a QR Code. This one unlocks the Tiger Dances with Crane skill.
Kamuro Theater Garden - Dire Determination QR code location
Go to Kamuro Theater Garden and jump onto any of the elevators to the rooftop. Head to the southern end and you'll find a new sign with a QR code, this one for the Dire Determination skill.
Yoshida Batting Center - Blessing of the Wind God QR code location
Head to the Yoshida Batting Center on the northern side of Kamurocho. Once inside, get through the door on the right that leads to a long corridor across the cages. In there you'll find the last QR Code with the Blessing of the Wind God skill.
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