There are four endings in Vampyre. Two are good, with slight differences which don’t really affect you experience, while the other two are obviously bad. In order to get a specific ending, it seems like you’ll have to make several specific choices during the story. Since playing through all four yourself would be too time consuming, we’ve decide to write about them in detail in our Vampyr all endings guide.
How to get good ending in Vampyr?
There are actually two good and two bad endings in Vampyr. The differences between the good ones are so slight it won’t matter which one you’ve unlocked, and the same goes for the bad ones. The good endings both see Elisabeth kill Sir William, then agree to Jonathan’s offer to find her a cure. In one version, they go off to America, while in the other, they stay locked in the castle. We’re not certain exactly what you need to do in order to get each of them, but you’ll definitely have to clear all the hostile areas in the city and avoid embracing any civilians. It seems like you need to spare the blackmailing nurse as well.
The bad endings occur when you’ve become a monster, killing people, embracing citizens and having hostile neighborhoods across London. In both of the bad endings, Elisabeth will kill Sir William, then step into the fire, thus committing suicide. She won’t be able to trust Jonathan, and will rather take her own life than let herself become a beast once more. The difference between the bad endings is that in one, Jonathan goes on a killing spree, massacring civilians across the country, while in the other, he broods alone on a hill.
If you know any more details about the endings and how exactly to unlock them, feel free to share them in the comments, and we’ll update the article accordingly.