Cyberpunk 2077 Worst / Bad Ending

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Cyberpunk 2077 Worst / Bad Ending Walkthrough.

During “Nocturne Op55N1” (Final Story Mission), Mysty will walk you to a balcony. On the balcony you will talk to Johnny Silverhand. Pick the following dialogues: “Could also just put all this to rest” – “[Toss Pills] I know, exactly what we’re gonna do”.

Cyberpunk 2077 Endings Guide (All Endings):


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All Cyberpunk 2077 Trophies & Achievements:

Never Fade Away
Unlock all Trophies.

The Fool
Become a mercenary.

The Lovers
Steal the Relic.

The Hermit
Find Alt Cunningham.

The Wheel of Fortune
Interrogate Anders Hellman.

The High Priestess
Talk with Hanako Arasaka.

The World
Complete the main storyline.

The Devil
Help Takemura avenge the death of Saburo Arasaka.

The Star
Leave Night City with the Aldecaldos.

The Sun
Become a legend of the Afterlife.

Let Johnny Silverhand keep your body.

To Protect and Serve
Complete River Ward’s storyline.

To Bad Decisions!
Complete Kerry Eurodyne’s storyline.

Judy vs Night City
Complete Judy Alvarez’s storyline.

Life of the Road
Complete Panam Palmer’s storyline.

Bushido and Chill
Watch Bushido X with Rogue.

Collect all items that once belonged to Johnny Silverhand.

It’s Elementary
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in Watson.

I Am The Law
Complete all Cyberpsycho Sightings.

Greetings from Pacifica!
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in Pacifica.

The Wasteland
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in the Badlands.

Little Tokyo
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in Westbrook.

Mean Streets
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in Heywood.

The Jungle
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in Santo Domingo.

City Lights
Complete all gigs and NCPD Scanner Hustles in City Center.

Full Body Conversion
Install at least one implant in each system and body part.

Gun Fu
Kill or incapacitate 3 enemies in quick succession with a revolver or pistol in close combat.

Christmas Tree Attack
Complete a Breach Protocol with a minimum of 3 daemons uploaded.

Ten out of Ten
Reach the max level in any skill.

Shoot an enemy grenade in midair with a revolver.

Two Heads, One Bullet
Kill or incapacitate 2 enemies with the same sniper rifle shot.

Rough Landing
While Berserk cyberware is active, perform a Superhero Landing to kill or incapacitate 2 enemies.

Stanislavski’s Method
Use a dialogue option related to V’s life path 10 times.

Buy all vehicles available for purchase.

Master Crafter
Craft 3 Legendary items.

Daemon In The Shell
Kill or incapacitate 3 enemies with one “Detonate Grenade” quickhack.

The Quick and the Dead
Kill or incapacitate 50 enemies while time is slowed.

Must Be Rats
Perform the Distract Enemies quickhack 30 times without drawing attention to yourself.

V for Vendetta
After reviving with Second Heart, kill or incapacitate the enemy who killed you within 5 seconds.

True Soldier
Kill or incapacitate 300 enemies using ranged weapons.

True Warrior
Kill or incapacitate 100 enemies using melee weapons.

Right Back At Ya
Kill or incapacitate an enemy who threw a grenade at you.

The Wandering Fool
Find all the tarot graffiti for the job Fool on the Hill.

Frequent Flyer
Find all fast travel dataterms.

Legend of The Afterlife
Reach max Street Cred.


25 thoughts on “Cyberpunk 2077 Worst / Bad Ending”

  1. Knowing the gist of all endings ahead, I kept pushing this one back thinking it'd bring nothing over the action-packed ones—I was wrong.
    From the way Johnny simply accepts V's decision and stays by V's side to the different reactions of V's friends during the credits…I was left heartbroken and humbled by what I'd just experienced.
    This is the only ending that doesn't have any rewards or achievement, I think that drives home the message of devs about suicide.
    If you ever think about giving up, consider coming back to this video then seek help.
    (PS: This ending isn't called "worst/bad" because it sucks, it's just colloquially referred to as such because it's the quickest ending and you get no rewards!)

  2. The really amazing thing in this ending are the messages. You feel that those messages are pointless, cause V is dead and will never get to hear them. But the real thing is that we are the real V, and we get the messages. So i think in real life if we mourn someone and talk to them..maybe those messages are delivered also, somehow, who knows how. Thats the magic in this video. Those messages are not pointless.

  3. I need some help with this one. I cannot get the achievement to unlock. I have tried it on my playthrough where I have everything completely done on the map. I have done it at my level 25 save where I first got to this ending. Goes through all the credits and will not unlock. I've done everything that I know to do including unplugging my PlayStation for a few minutes and turn it back on and it just will not unlock. Although, at the end of all the credits when I leave the cut the scene it tells me that I just finished another ending but it will not credit me with a bad ending. Can anyone give me Insight on why such a simple ending that I can view will not unlock the achievement?

  4. Everyone talking about how Panama and Judy leave the saddest messages, but honestly I thought Vik was stronger. He couldn’t even talk about it without getting mad. He wasn’t as sad as he was angry. He knew you and Jackie wanted to make it to the major leagues and he was there from the start and there at the end, he thought it was his fault and I don’t think his position would change.


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