Failure of the Cyberpunk DLC’s first mission reveals a secret ending

V stands against a red background.

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Cyberpunk 2077 often rewards players for exploring Night City off the beaten path, but not this early It’s just started Phantom freedom extension. Failure to complete one of the DLC’s first objectives not only results in the end of the game, but also in the failure of the expansion’s entire quest line.

This discovery recently made the rounds online in one clip shared by Cyberpunk obsessive synth potato. As the starting mission, “Dog Eat Dog,” transitions to “Hole in the Sky,” players are tasked with saving a valuable target from certain doom. If they ignore it or take too long to get there, the mission will be doomed, including a special mini-epilogue from Keanu Reeves’ Johnny Silverhand. Basically everything Phantom freedom The main storyline quests will then be locked. Oops.

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The VIP in question in “Hole in the Sky” is, of course, NUSA President Myers. The first part of the mission is to rush to their crash site. This should be the easiest part, but apparently that wasn’t the case with Synth Potato’s brother. Instead, he drove like a madman and never reached the destination, accidentally unlocking one of the expansion keys.secret endings” included.

“It’s easy to fail Cyberpunk Phantom Liberty“s introduction and lose access to the entire DLC main quest if you choose to ignore the objective and let Myers die, with a special cutscene and line delivery from Johnny if you do!” Synth Potato tweeted yesterday. “Thanks to my brother for driving like an idiot and finding this lmao with insane attention to detail and a great Easter egg.”

Read more: 17 important side quests for Cyberpunk 2077 in Night City

This failed ending shows V waking up from a power outage on the ground in Dogtown. “Your bailout of the president. A dismal failure,” says Johnny Silverhand. “But honestly, damn it, I’m off.” He then suggests that the two of you get on with your life and go out for a drink first.

Luckily, anyone who accidentally reaches this ending can still reload their last autosave to go back and attempt to successfully complete the mission to move on Phantom freedom Quest series. However, as Synth Potato points out, it’s a nice little alternative outcome that helps make the revived game more complete Cyberpunk 2077 Experience so rich.

Curtis Crabtree

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