Rogue is the one of the two prominent NPCs in Night City with whom players cannot get into a long standing relationship with in Cyberpunk 2077. This is primarily because of that fact that it's Johnny Silverhand who interacts with Rogue through V's body.
Dating Rogue isn't really difficult, however the date doesn't go too far. It's not possible to get into a relationship with her because it's not you doing the talking.
It also doesn't matter if V is a male or a female character. The only other character who isn't gender-specific in Cyberpunk 2077 when it comes to romance is Meredith. However, at least with Meredith, the date comes to a rightful conclusion. The same can't be said for V's encounter with Rogue.
Romancing Rogue in Cyberpunk 2077
To get involved with Rogue, players will need to begin the side quest 'Chippin in.' Once players complete the quest, the second quest, 'Blistering Love', begins automatically. Players then can ask Rogue out on a date and drive to an abandoned drive-in.
While watching the movie, things get slightly mushy for Rogue and Johnny in V's body if the player does select the flirty dialogue options in the conversation. Once Johnny and Rogue kiss, things start getting heating up, but they don't get as heated as the other romantic options in game like Panam or Judy.
As mentioned before, romancing with Rogue in Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't go the distance. However, doing her side quests does make her an ally. And Rogue's involvement in the mission 'Nocturne OP55N1' has a chance to potentially affect an ending of Cyberpunk 2077.
Completing the mission Blistering Love gives players the achievement Bushido and Chill. This romance arc isn't as elaborate as the others, but it's important for the final missions of the game.Published 20 Dec 2020, 22:40 IST