Cyberpunk 2077 Dream On - Hidden Room, Jefferson Choices
Dream On Cyberpunk 2077 mission has you exploring Jefferson’s apartment looking for a hidden room, and eventually ends with the Jefferson choice. Fairly early in the CP2077 Dream On quest, you have to figure out where to find the hidden room in order to proceed, and the Jefferson choice at the very end seems pretty serious. To help you out with this stuff, we’ve put together our Cyberpunk 2077 Dream On – Hidden Room, Jefferson Choices guide. There will be some slight spoilers about the very end of the mission; you have been warned.
Find and Open Hidden Room Cyberpunk 2077 Dream On
To find and open the hidden room in the Cyberpunk 2077 Dream On quest, follow Elizabeth through the apartment until you reach the TV room. You know, the one with the gigantic TV screen and huge sofa in it. Go to the are to the left of the TV, and use your scanner to find the hidden door. It’s to the right of the actual door leading to the rest of the apartment.
There are two ways to open the hidden room in the Dream On quest. The first one is to pry it open with your bare hands, if you have a high enough Body Attribute score. That’s how we solved the problem. There’s another way to do this, of course. Head downstairs to the security room, and read the last message. This will give you the access code (6709) to the other computer that’s locked. Access said other computer, go into Local Network, and unlock the hidden room from there.
Once in the secret room, scan the strange computer and follow the wires to the satellite dish on the roof. The quest is relatively straightforward from there; just make sure to not lose the surveillance van. Reload a save if you do. At the end of the Dream On mission, you’ll have a choice to make, so let’s cover that too, shall we? MILD SPOILERS FROM HERE ON OUT.
You’re Being Brainwashed or Don’t Have Much to Add – Dream On Cyberpunk 2077 Jefferson Choice
The Jefferson choice between “You’re Being Brainwashed” and “Don’t Have Much to Add” in the Cyberpunk 2077 Dream On mission comes at the very end. Basically, you’ll have to choose whether you want to tell Jefferson the truth, and maybe put his life at risk, or you go with Elizabeth’s story, and live with the knowledge that a brainwashed mayor is in charge. It’s a tough moral decision.
Fortunately, it doesn’t really matter what you choose in the grand scheme of things. Elizabeth does hype up the potential consequences, but really, it’s entirely up to you and what kind of character you’re roleplaying your V as. Rest easy knowing that, regardless of whether you choose “Don’t Have Much to Add” or “You’re Being Brainwashed,” the quest resolves itself pretty much the same way. You are going to get different dialogue options depending on your choice, but that’s about it.
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this quest was very intriguing, so sad they didn’t build on this, to me it felt like there was so much potential here…
I’d play a whole DLC based on this story. Is the ending really this abrupt? It feels incomplete.
Hey as far as we know maybe it will become part of a DLC, one were he does become mayor.
Jefferson calls you during the end credits. Based on your choices in this quest it reveals what happens to them. I’ll not spoil it, but it does wrap up this quest there.
This feels like one of the side quests that was “shelved” to get the release vaguely on time. It’s rather an abrupt ending for what was quite a cool and intriguing questline.
I can’t see there being DLC on it as its a minor quest (to be honest I missed it completely first run) now what we DO want is a DLC to find Garry! we want our Garry back!