It’s time for the final waltz as V and Johnny prepare to descend into the depths of Arasaka’s HQ and breach the databank Mikoshi. With the help of Alt, the plan is use Mikoshi’s power to separate V’s mind from Johnny’s construct and take down the megacorp at the same time. But the specifics of the plan are essentially put in your hands, so here’s a Nocturne Op55n1 Cyberpunk 2077 quest guide if you’re having a hard time making a call.
Nocturne Op55n1 Cyberpunk 2077 Quest Guide
Nocturne Op55n1 starts with V traveling to meet Hanako, who has had a change of heart about her original decision not to punish her brother for murdering their father. Now she wants him to suffer, and she’s willing to help V bust into Arasaka Tower in exchange for his services.
Still, and rather predictably, Johnny doesn’t trust Hanako’s intentions; he doesn’t trust any corpo’s promises, and he has a plan of his own that doesn’t involve dealing with their “biz.”
And so once you’ve heard Hanako’s offer it’s time to return to Vikor and consider the decision. Misty, bless her, knows of a perfect spot to mull over the decision: the balcony where Jackie used to sit and contemplate life.
Here, V and Johnny reconvene, and decisions must be made: go with Johnny’s plan (which he keeps rather vague) or trust Hanako to make good on her offer. In other words, assault Arasaka Tower as Johnny with the help of Rogue and Weyland, or go in as V and leverage Hanako’s help to make the assault.
There’s another option to call Panam after making this decision if you have completed her questline, too, which will involve her in the final mission and ending. Also, you are also able to end the game right here and now if you choose the following dialog options:
“Could also just put all this to rest” dialog option followed by “[Toss Pills] I know exactly what we’re going to do.”
It’s important to note that while these decisions all impact the game’s ending, you won’t necessarily lock yourself into one since there are also further decisions to be made later down the line.
The real consequence of this decision in Nocturne Op55n1 is how the final mission plays out, rather than the ending specifically (though, again, it is related).
Without spoiling anything, and to put it as vaguely as possible, going with Johnny is more explosive, while going with Hanako is more cut throat.
For those that really want to understand exactly how the decisions in Nocturne Op55n1 helps trigger one of the game’s six different endings, we recommend reading our overview of each ending and how to trigger them guide.
Hopefully, this Nocturne Op55n1 Cyberpunk 2077 quest guide has given you some valuable information to help your decision. For more useful information on the game, be sure to check out Twinfinite’s extensive guide wiki.
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