How to Get All Cyberpunk 2077 Endings

Published: Monday, December 14, 2020 - 07:37 | By: Andrew Otton
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CD Projekt Red
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CD Projekt Red
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December 10, 2020
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For all the choombas you made along the way

You've made it to the end. Maybe it crept up on you sooner than you though, considering how long it was for the Witcher 3. No matter, however, it's time to see the tale through. The various combinations of Cyberpunk 2077 endings can be a bit confusing, though luckily they're all pretty manageable to achieve.

All told, there's five Cyberpunk 2077 endings. On top of the way you choose to end the game, however, there are four epilogues following the endings. Which epilogue you get depends on a choice you make during the final main job you have to do in some of the endings.

Obviously, from this point on there are spoilers. If you do not want to know about how Cyberpunk 2077 ends, do not read further.

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All of the Cyberpunk 2077 endings have to do with the relationships with your chooms you've developed throughout the game, including Johnny. If you've already done the various side jobs with the likes of Panam, Rogue and Johnny, and the other various romance options, you're good to go.

Note: only the Panam side jobs, ending with Queen of the Highway, and the Rogue and Johnny side jobs ending with Blistering Love are required for all endings. Your romantic partner is someone you can call before the final job and will show up in the epilogue.

Speaking of epilogues, they don't match up one to one with the endings. Some endings can go between two different epilogues depending on a choice. The epilogues are: 

  • Where Is My Mind
  • All Along the Watchtower
  • New Dawn Fades
  • Path of Glory

Below are the 5 different endings and how to get the various epilogues associated with them. I've limited the spoilers, but given you a bit of what happens with the big choices in some of the endings if you want some idea.

 Also, make sure to make a save point at the point of no return warning, so you can load it back up and play through these all yourself if you want.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ending 1 - Choose Hanako, Trust Arasaka

There are no prerequisites for this ending. If you so choose, you'll get a series of missions where you work with Hanako. No big choices to make either, as you will always end up with the epilogue Where is My Mind.

 

So, if you want to see what happens when you trust one of the corpos, give this a shot. I'm sure it will make Johnny real happy.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ending 2 - Choose Panam

Here, you'll get the opportunity to call up Panam and ask for her help in the final job of assaulting Araska Tower. If choose her help, Panam and the nomads will aid V to their end. In Panam's ending, there are two possible epilogues: New Dawn Fades or Path of Glory.

The big decision here is basically choosing who lives: V or Johnny. Depending on who you choose, you'll get either or of the two epilogues.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ending 3 - Choose Johnny and Rogue

Here, you decide to ask Rogue for her help. When you do, this also means Johnny is going to take control of V's body and work with Rogue to assault Arasaka Tower. This one can either end with the All Along the Watch Tower or New Dawn Fades epilogue.

 

Similar to Panam, this comes down to a big choice with V. Here, this is from Johnny's point of view as he is controlling V's body. The choice is whether to selfishly keep it yourself as Johnny or let V have his body back and Johnny joins Alt. Each gives one of the two different epilogues.

Cyberpunk 2077 Ending 4 - Suicide

I think we all know exactly what this one is. It's self-explanatory. There is no epilogue with this one, and if you do choose it, the game ends right there. Roll credits.

Cyberpunk 2077 Secret Ending - Do it Alone

This is the "secret" one tied to your relationship with Johnny. There is no indication anywhere what that level of relationship is, but it supposedly has to do with your relationship with Johnny throughout the game. Things like if you chose nicer dialogue options with him, did the side jobs that let him take control of V's body, and so on. This may be tied to the "Synergy" (needing to be at 70%) when you bring up the inventory, though that is not confirmed yet. Supposedly, choosing really nice dialogue options at the oil fields in the Chippin In side job is important, but not the Night City Legend one. As of now, there is no way to tell if you meet the requirements, other than the ending just working for you.

To get this option, you have to sit around a wait a while before Johnny starts talking and offers the choice of going it alone to you. This is considered the most difficult ending with the most difficult enemies, so make sure you're prepared. If you die during this ending, the game will end, no way to retry that ending unless you made a save.

This ending will give you the Path of Glory epilogue.

I tried several ways to trigger this myself, but could not as of yet. When and if we do, we'll update here with more information. 


When all is said and done, you'll be plopped back in Night City with some extra goodies. You can then do any gigs or anything else you still have left. The game will be in the state before the point of no return.

Make sure to check out our guides hub for more guides and information on Cyberpunk 2077.


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