Cyberpunk 2077 Violence - Lizzy Wizzy Lie Or Tell The Truth

Violence Cyberpunk 2077 side job is a mission that Lizzy Wizzy gives you, and at the end, after several potential bugs, you’ll have a choice of telling Lizzy the truth or lying to her. Whether you choose You Were Right or It’s Worse is a moral choice, yes, but it also influences whether you get to see the rest of the story pan out. Also, you can get a bigger reward, depending on your choice. So, with that said, here’s our Cyberpunk 2077 Violence – Lizzy Wizzy Lie Or Tell The Truth guide to guide you through it.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Violence – Lizzy Wizzy Lie Or Tell The Truth

Lie or Tell the Truth to Lizzy Wizzy in Cyberpunk 2077 Violence Side Job?

The decision of whether to lie or tell the truth to Lizzy Wizzy in the Cyberpunk 2077 Violence side job isn’t hugely consequential, but it will prevent you from seeing the story play out to its end. Without getting into any spoilers, in our opinion, you should tell Lizzy Wizzy the truth. From here on out, there will be mild spoilers in this section. This is your final warning. Here’s what happens in each choice.

  • You were right, an affair – Lizzie seems crestfallen, as much as she’s capable of showing emotion, but that’s about it. The quest pretty much ends there. She’ll wire you the money, and you’re on your merry way. If you don’t eavesdrop on the conversation in the VIP room, this is the only choice you’ll have.
  • It’s worse – If you’ve eavesdropped on the conversation in the VIP room, you’ll hear that Liam’s intentions are actually way more sinister. If you tell Lizzy what he wants to do, you’ll get another step where you meet with her at the No Tell Motel again. This will end up in you having to do some cleanup, but you will get a bigger reward in the end. The quest does end kinda abruptly at that point, but oh well.

No One Appearing in VIP Area Cyberpunk 2077 Violence Bug Solution

To solve the bug with no one appearing in the VIP area in the Cyberpunk 2077 Violence side job, load the save before you’ve talked with the bouncer outside the club. What might have happened is, the game spawned the bartender outside of the club, instead of behind a bar. He’s a glitchy boy in general. So, load a save from before you chatted with the bouncer, and only talk to him during the night. The club is only opened between 6PM and 6AM anyway. However, if you talk with the bouncer during the day, you’ll glitch the mission entirely. I have no idea why that happens, but it can, so be aware.

Club Doors Shut Bug in Violence Cyberpunk 2077 Side Job – How to Fix?

There are two things that you can do to fix the club doors shut bug in the Violence side job in Cyberpunk 2077. The first one is to make sure that it’s somewhere between 6PM and 6AM; otherwise, the club is closed. Also, you can try coming after 6PM, around nine-ish or so, just in case. That might be the cause of your “bug.”

The second thing you can do is go around the side of the building and climb up the fire escape. There’s a door up there that you can use to help you enter the club. It’s not an ideal fix, and might cause some further problems down the line. That said, it might not, so… You can always reload an older save and try again.

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