Cyberpunk 2077: guide to the endings + secret ending (all the choices to be made)

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If you are wondering how many there are Cyberpunk 2077 endings and how to unlock them you are in the right guide! After a campaign that will require several hours of gameplay and will lead you to make different choices, you will necessarily have to orient yourself towards one of the available epilogues. But how to choose the better ending and avoid the worst ending? Does it depend on the backgrounds you choose before starting? Or there is one set of precise choices to do? Let's find out!





CAUTION: Although I have tried to avoid spoilers as much as possible this is a guide to the endings and inevitably contains spoilers on the various epilogues of the game.

Cyberpunk 2077: all the endings of the game and how to unlock them

In Cyberpunk 2077 there are 4 +1 endings in total, and a kind of alternative final mission for those looking for an additional level of difficulty, linked to different trophies and objectives. Although they require precise choices to be unlocked the initial background will not affect them but only on some particular choice of dialogue and on the progress of some secondary missions. You can then play the adventure as you see fit and making the choices you deem most appropriate up to the mission called Nocturne Op55N1. You can consider this mission as a "point of no return" for the endings.

Fortunately to get the others you don't have to restart the game from the beginningindeed, you can choose the appropriate option once the credits are over and start from before the last mission to orient yourself towards a new ending.

Best ending of Cyberpunk 2077: The Star

This ending unlocks the related trophy or achievement called The star and it is the longest ending to get even though considered by many players to be the best ending or good ending of Cyberpunk 2077. By choosing this path V will be able to enjoy life with Panam Palmer (or Judy) while Johnny Silverhand will be erased from his memory.


HOW TO UNLOCK IT:

  1. Complete all Panam Palmer side missions to unlock the On the Road trophy. These are all the missions to complete: Riders On The Storm, With A Little Help From My Friends and Queen Of The Highway.
  2. During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  3. In the dialogue choose: "[Call] Panam"
  4. In the dialogue choose: "It only takes a minute"
  5. In the dialogue you choose: "Something ... I have to do today"
  6. In the dialogue, choose: “I will ask Panam for help”.
  7. In the dialogue choose: “Get Omega Blockers”.
  8. Complete the mission "We Must Live Together"
  9. Complete the "Forward to Death" mission
  10. During the “Belly of the Beast” mission, take out Adam Smasher and interact with the alternate AI
  11. In the dialogue choose: "I want to live whatever life I have left"
  12. Enter the well.

REWARD: Aldecaldo Bolero jacket and Arma Overwatch.


Final: The Sun

This ending unlocks the related trophy or achievement called The sun. By choosing this path V will become the legend of Night City and Johnny Silverhand will be trapped in cyberspace forever.

HOW TO UNLOCK IT:

  1. Complete all Rogue side missions and unlock the Bushido and Relax trophy. These are the missions to complete: Chippin 'In and Blistering Love.
  2. During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  3. In the dialogue choose: "I think you and Rogue should go"
  4. In the dialogue choose: "Get Omega Blockers"
  5. Complete the mission "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  6. During the “Knockin 'on Heaven's Door” mission, defeat Adam Smasher and enter the well.

REWARD: Pride Weapon.


Final: Temperance

This ending unlocks the related trophy or achievement called Temperance. By choosing this path, V's mind will be stuck in cyberspace while Johnny Silverhand takes control of his body. The exact opposite of the previous ending.

HOW TO UNLOCK IT:

  1. Complete all Panam Palmer side missions to unlock the On the Road trophy and some Rogue missions. These are all the missions to complete: Chippin 'In, Riders On The Storm, Blistering Love, With A Little Help From My Friends and Queen Of The Highway.
  2. During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  3. In the dialogue choose: "[Call] Panam"
  4. In the dialogue choose: "It only takes a minute"
  5. In the dialogue you choose: "Something ... I have to do today"
  6. In the dialogue, choose: “I will ask Panam for help”.
  7. In the dialogue choose: “Get Omega Blockers”.
  8. Complete the mission "We Must Live Together"
  9. Complete the "Forward to Death" mission
  10. During the “Belly of the Beast” mission, take out Adam Smasher and interact with the alternate AI
  11. In the dialogue choose: "Johnny's body, I'm going."
  12. Enter cyberspace.

REWARD: Arma Pride o Overwatch.


Final: The Devil

This ending unlocks the related trophy or achievement called The devil. By choosing this path the player will help Takemura avenge the death of Saburo Arasaka and will end up on a space station where he can choose whether to die on Earth or archive his mind in the station database.

HOW TO UNLOCK IT:

  1. ATTENTION: To unlock this trophy it is necessary to have saved Takemura in the main mission “Search and Destroy” just before the final mission. After knocking on the door 4 times the police will break into the building, DO NOT follow the mission objective but go to the upper floor and eliminate the enemies to escort Takemura out of the building. If you did everything right you will see a cutscene once Takemura is out. The ending can be obtained even if Takemura dies, the trophy is not.
  2. During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  3. In the dialogue you choose: "Trusting Arasaka is risky, but it's worth it"
  4. In the dialogue choose: "Get Omega Blockers"
  5. Complete the "Last Carress" mission
  6. Complete the "Totalimmortal" mission
  7. Complete the mission “Where is my mind?

REWARD: Johnny's Tanktop and Johnny's Aviators (Glasses).

Worst ending of Cyberpunk 2077

This ending does not unlock any trophy or objective and can be considered as the worst ending of Cyberpunk 2077 as it truncates the narrative lines without leading to a real epilogue. By choosing this path V will choose to kill himself.

HOW TO UNLOCK IT:

  1. During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  2. In the dialogue you choose: "I could also silence all this"
  3. In the dialogue you choose: "[Throw the pills] I know exactly what we're going to do"

REWARD: None.

Cyberpunk 2077: the secret ending Don't fear the reaper

There is also a secret ending that you can get in Cyberpunk 2077. More than a real ending though it is an alternative final mission and dedicated to those who want to face the last phases of the game in a much more challenging way. Let's see how to unlock this alternative ending of Cyberpunk 2077:

  • WARNING: Make sure you have at least 40% relationship with Johnny Silverhand. To understand your level of relationship with the character just open the menu and check the percentage of the icon in the top center, the one with the Samurai symbol. If you have at least 40% you can continue in the next steps. To raise the relationship with Silverhand you just need to be in line with his thoughts and choices during the dialogues. But be careful not to be too condescending otherwise he will get angry because he will think that you are doing it on purpose. Furthermore, completing the Chippin 'In mission linked to the Breathtaking trophy will also help you a lot.
  • During the mission "Nocturne Op55N1" go out on the balcony with Mysty and start a conversation with Johnny Silverhand
  • In dialogue with Johnny, when he presents the options to continue, do NOT answer. Avoid any dialogue options for about 5 minutes. After that time Johnny will propose you something new similar to "a suicide race"
  • Choose that dialogue option and then the (Don't fear) the reaper option. In this way your final battle at the Arasaka tower will be carried out alone, without companions, increasing the level of difficulty especially against the final boss. If you die during the mission you will get the same ending that you get by choosing to commit suicide V. If you manage to finish the mission you will be able to access some of the other endings that you find in this guide, depending on the choices you make at the end of the mission. In practice, nothing changes at the narrative level, it only changes at the gameplay level.

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