Cyberpunk 2077 Violence Quest: Which Choice to Make

Choosing the right dialogue in Cyberpunk 2077 Violence quest opens up more of the story.
Choosing the right dialogue in Cyberpunk 2077 Violence quest opens up more of the story. | Photo by CD Projekt Red

Cyberpunk 2077 Violence Quest ends with a branching dialogue choice. Violence is a side job that has you investigate a potential affair between some NPCs. Depending what you choose at the end, the story develops differently. Here's what each choice gets you in the Violence side job.

Cyberpunk 2077 Violence Quest: Which Choice to Make

The job starts when you get a message from an unknown sender after the main story mission Search and Destroy. Follow the markers and you'll end up in the No Tell Motel in Kabuki. The story involves a singer named Lizzy Wizzy tasking you to find out if her boyfriend is cheating on her. Agreeing to help or not doesn't change how the job unfolds.

You'll stakeout the boyfriend Liam at the Riot nightclub. No matter how you go about it, you'll end up being able to use the surveillance cameras to find out about Liam's intent.

After you hear what Liam is up to, Johnny will talk to you and then you can call Lizzy. This is where the dialogue branches.

Telling her that she was right about the affair will end the quest. Telling her about the truth will open up more of the story. The quest will be marked as complete, but will open back up when Lizzy calls you again. You'll go back to the motel room you first met her, and now you have to help her get rid of a body.

This side job was one of the many fixed with the 1.05 hotfix. If you get stuck after skipping time, you may have to download the update and then re-do the side job.