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Ex-Factor is a side job in Cyberpunk 2077.

Walkthrough[]

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Head to the terrace area where you can talk to Judy a bit about Maiko before she'll head inside to talk to her to try and get Maiko's assistance with taking over Clouds. However, no matter what you say, Maiko will refuse to assist in whatever plans you have and asks you to leave. That said, she will conveniently remark that Woodman is taking a break in the maintenance area if you wish to still "talk" to him about what he did to Evelyn.

With that, follow Judy back out to the elevators to talk a bit, before she also asks about Woodman. If you choose that he needs to be dealt with, you can then take the elevator down to the maintenance level to confront him, where he'll show no remorse for his actions. You can then kill him here and ride the elevator back up the ground floor. Once outside the building, Judy will talk some more about recruiting some of the dolls and gather more information to appeal to Maiko before completing the quest.

Journal Entry[]

Someone once said, "No man ever steps in the same river twice." No clue who said it, but he was a smart dude. Now, there are lots of rivers in this world (most of them toxic, but whatever) – places you could explore instead of stomping over the same ol' grounds. And lots and lots of joyhouses. What's this one got that the others don't?

Objectives[]

  • Meet Judy on Clouds' terrace in early morning.
  • Wait until early morning.
  • Talk to Judy.
  • Follow Judy.
  • Enter office.
  • Talk to Judy and Maiko.
  • Exit Clouds.
  • Talk to Judy.
  • Follow Judy.
  • Talk to Judy.
  • Leave the megabuilding with Judy.
    • Choose to deal with Woodman:
      • Ride the elevator to the maintenance level. [Optional]
      • Confront Woodman. [Optional]
      • Defeat Woodman. [Optional]
    • Ride the elevator to the ground floor.
  • Talk to Judy.

Notes[]

Trivia[]

The title of this job comes from the Lauryn Hill song "Ex-Factor."

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