Which Final Quest Should You Choose In Cyberpunk 2077

Nocturne Op55N1 is a very important quest in Cyberpunk 2077 that marks the near end of the main quest line. When you start the quest, the game will inform you that this is the point of no return once you continue. Every choice you have made in the game will come to this moment.


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The quest has you meet up with Saburo Arasaka’s daughter to discuss your relic malfunctioning and a means to get what you want or rather, what she wants. There are almost six endings to Cyberpunk 2077 and the choices you make in this quest will play a part in which ending you get.


How To Start Nocturne Op55N1

Cyberpunk 2077 Johnny and Hanako at Embers Bar

The beginning of this quest starts with a pop-up message from the game warning you that this is the point of no return to the game’s main story. Once you arrive at Embers, Hanako Arasaka will offer to lead you to Mikoshi, the answer to your relic problem, in exchange for helping her dethrone her brother, and you will have two dialogue choices:

It doesn’t matter which dialogue option you choose, as the game allows you to ponder all your options once you leave Embers, and the dialogue toward Hanako does not set anything in stone.

Deciding Your Fate With Johnny – What Ending Should You Choose?

Cyberpunk 2077 Johnny Looking Over Edge of Roof

Once you pass out you’ll wake up at Viktor’s and then sit on the rooftops, where you will decide your Cyberpunk 2077 ending. It’s worth noting that, depending on what side quests you have completed up until this point, only some endings will be available to you.

Cyberpunk 2077 V Holding Pills

Johnny will ask you what you want to do, and you seemingly have two options, to end your own life or agree to Hanako’s plan. However, there are three other endings that you can only get if you have completed certain quests:

Chosen Ending Dialogue

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Outcome

‘Think trusting Arasaka is risky, but worth it.’

You will always have this option. It will lead to your final mission, ‘Last Caress’.

Help Hanako avenge Saburo Arasaka and possibly sign your soul away.

‘Could also put this to an end.’

You will always have this option. It ends the game right then and there.

V commits suicide on the rooftops and the credits roll.

Don’t choose an option. Wait. (Johnny helps)

This option is only available if you have chosen specific dialogue options in the side quest ‘Chippin’ In’ before starting this quest. This will lead to the final mission, ‘(Don’t Fear) The Reaper.’

V and Johnny go on a suicide run, raiding Arasaka and reaching Mikoshi alone.

‘Gonna ask Panam for help.’

You only get this option if you have completed ‘Queen of the Highway’ with Panam before starting this quest. This leads to the final mission, ‘We Gotta Live Together.’

V and Panam raid Arasaka with the help of the Nomads.

‘Think you and Rogue should go.’

You only get this option if you have completed ‘Blistering Love’ with Rogue before starting this quest. This leads to the final mission, ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls.’

Let Johnny take over and bring Rogue to take down Arasaka one more time.

After choosing a dialogue option with Johnny on the rooftops, a new quest will commence. Unless you have chosen to end it all right then and there by using the gun, you will continue with a final quest that’s based on your choices.

Is There A Way To Save V?

Cyberpunk 2077 Johnny and V On Rooftop

By doing this quest, your only options are to trust that Arasaka can help you, allow Johnny to take over, or end your own life. However, if you complete the DLC Phantom Liberty, you will get a few more possible endings for V.

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