PAYDAY 2 – All Stealth Heists

List of all stealth heists in Payday 2. This guide includes half stealth heists, loud heists that can be stealthed and maps that can be controlled.

Stealth Only Heists

Bain

  • Car Shop
  • Shadow Raid

Jimmy

  • Murky Station

Locke

  • Breakin’ Feds

The Continental

  • The Yacht Heist

Stealth Possible Heists

Bain

  • Art Gallery
  • Bank Heist: Cash
  • Bank Heist: Deposit
  • Bank Heist: Gold
  • Bank Heist: Random
  • Diamond Store
  • GO Bank
  • Jewellery Store
  • The Alesso Heist

Classics

  • Counterfeist
  • Diamond Heist
  • First World Bank
  • No Mercy
  • Undercover

Hector

  • Firestarter
  • Rats (2nd day)

Locke

  • Border Crossing
  • Shacklethorne Auction
  • The White House

The Butcher

  • Scarface Mansion
  • The Bomb: Dockyard

The Dentist

  • Golden Grin Casino
  • Hoxton Revenge
  • The Big Bank
  • The Diamond

The Elephant

  • Big Oil
  • Election Day
  • Framing Frame

Vlad

  • Four Stores
  • Mallcrasher
  • Nightclub
  • Ukrainian Job

Basics

  • Flash Drive

Half Stealth Heists

Classics

  • Counterfeit
  • No Mercy

The Elephant

  • Big Oil

Loud Heists That Can Be Stealthed

Classics

  • Counterfeit
  • No Mercy
  • Undercover

Hector

  • Firestarter (1st day)
  • Rats (2nd day)

The Elephant

  • Big Oil

Vlad

  • Mallcrasher

Control Maps

Bain

  • Bank Heist: Cash
  • Bank Heist: Deposit
  • Bank Heist: Gold
  • Bank Heist: Random
  • Diamond Store
  • GO Bank
  • Jewelry Store

Classics

  • No Mercy
  • Undercover

Hector

  • Firestarter (1st day)
  • Firestarter (3rd day)
  • Rats (2nd day)

Locke

  • Border Crossing (1st part)

The Elephant

  • Big Oil (1st day)
  • Framing Frame (2nd day)

Vlad

  • Four Stores
  • Nightclub
  • Ukrainian Job
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