Cyberpunk 2077: How to Befriend Johnny Silverhand and Get the Blistering Love Side Job

At the start of Cyberpunk 2077, you’re given a chip that inserts the personality and computer-generated soul of Night City’s infamous rocker boy Johnny Silverhand into your head. It accompanies you everywhere and allows you to have conversations. These interactions are important and crucial at certain points in the game.

If you’re smart and choose your cards right, you can befriend Johnny, giving you access to one of the alternate endings that work far better for you and Johnny. Here’s how to befriend Johnny Silverhand to unlock the Blistering Love side job in Cyberpunk 2077.

How to befriend Johnny Silverhand in Cyberpunk 2077

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The opportunity to befriend Johnny comes at the end of the side mission. Chippin’ In during your Cyberpunk 2077 playthrough. The side job involves you giving control to Johnny and him talking to Rogue. In the end, Rogue and you defeat Grayson, an old partner of Adam Smasher who killed Johnny. During the mission you will receive Johnny’s gun, his jacket and his Porsche. At the end of the mission, you drive to Johnny’s grave and find nothing. The next bits of dialogue are important.

These are the choices you will have with Johnny at the end of the quest. If you don’t choose the right one, your chances of becoming friends with Johnny during your Cyberpunk 2077 playthrough will be ruined.

  • Relentless rocker boy
  • Legend of the Night City
  • Terrorist and angry asshole
  • The guy who saved my life

Of the options, you want to stay in good faith with Johnny, so choosing someone other than the “terrorist and angry asshole” part is your best option to continue a relationship with him that remains meaningful. We usually went along The guy who saved my life because it seemed like the best way to stay positive. It seems like a quick and understandable option, but you want to make sure you do it right.

Next, there is another set of dialogue options that you need to create with your Cyberpunk 2077 character. These are the different dialogue options you can make.

  • A tough road, but it looks like we’ve made it
  • No, I messed that up too.
  • Johnny, there’s no need to bare your soul to me.

The following applies to these decisions: The first two still get the best result and unlock the “Blistering Love” quest. The final option, where you advise Johnny not to reveal your soul to you, silences him even harder. Choosing this option is not what I recommend and it ruins your attempt to build a friendship with Johnny for this game. Avoid this at all costs, but either of the above two options is perfectly fine.

If you select the option “No, I messed that up too“You can silence Johnny by telling him this was his second chance and he blew it.” But the other option is Make V ask what Johnny wants from them. The second option leads to a dialogue tree where you warn Johnny that this is his second and last chance, and he is excited to try again to make it up to his friends. However, to ensure you always get it right, the top is: “A tough rock, but it looks like we’ve made it,“is the absolute best and a great way to cement that friendship in Cyberpunk 2077.

How to unlock the “Blistering Love” side job in Cyberpunk 2077

If you choose the “hard path,” it is a slightly more direct path to a more positive outcome with Johnny. The next two decisions, “You were a real problem in the beginning” and “It’s a shame we didn’t talk like that sooner,” put you on the same path. The real decision lies in focusing on how Rogue handled the final mission. These are your decisions.

  • Come on, I already have it
  • The smasher business really got her

Of the two options, you want to choose “Smasher biz really got her” to convince Johnny that he has more to do with her. This will convince him to ask you out on a date with Rogue, and if you agree to call her, you’ll gain access to the Blistering Love side job.

Curtis Crabtree

Curtis Crabtree is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Curtis Crabtree joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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