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Blistering Love is one of the more unique side quests in all of Cyberpunk 2077. It starts off as a normal job but quickly turns into much more. Johnny Silverhand, the fixer Rogue, and a drive-in movie are all involved, and this quest is one that most players want to complete. However, it does require some prerequisites, which we’ll go over. If you want to romance Rogue and complete Blistering Love the easiest way possible, keep reading below.
How to complete Blistering Love in Cyberpunk 2077
There a couple of requirements for you to even have access to Blistering Love in the first place. For starters, you’ll need to have finished the quest ‘Chippin’ In.’ This is one of Johnny Silverhand’s signature quests, so it’s impossible to miss.
During Chippin’ In, you need to be as nice as possible to Johnny. Follow the friendly dialogue options all throughout the quest and make sure you’re on Johnny’s good side. If you’re not, Cyberpunk 2077 will skip right over Blistering Love as a whole.
If you completed Chippin’ In the right way, the new quest should be in your Journal. Simply track it and go pick up Rogue from the Afterlife club between 5 PM and 2 AM. If you were able to earn Johnny’s Porsche 911 during the ‘Tapeworm’ mission, you can take that car to receive some extra dialogue on the drive over.
After picking up Rogue, drive to the Silver Pixel Cloud drive-in. Once there, you’ll have to enter a code to get in (0000) and take some pills that allow Johnny to take control of your body. Rogue was an old flame of his, so he wants to go on the date himself. Take the pills, go meet Rogue, and talk sweet to her when the chance presents itself.
If all goes according to plan, you’ll end up kissing Rogue and a cut scene will ensue. We won’t spoil what happens in the cut scene, but right after it ends, the Blistering Love quest ends as well.
That’s how to complete Blistering Love — make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for more Cyberpunk 2077 guides and news.
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