Call of Cthulhu All 4 Endings in Single Playthrough

Call of Cthulhu: All 4 Endings in Single Playthrough

List of choices for required for making all four different endings available at the end of the game. Incredibly useful for obtaining all of the ending related achievements in single run.

All 4 Endings in Single Playthrough

I will not go into each separate choice as there are other guides that describe how to find certain items or to trigger certain events (like pushing Irene Sanders towards suicide).

Instead, here is a list of choices that i did on my second playthrough, which surprisingly granted me all four choices at the end.

1. Never drink alcohol

2. Read all unholy books(3 of them)

3. Tell bradley the truth about Marie Colden’s fate.

4. Always choose answers in R’Lyeh language(9 of them, 10 if you count obligatory answer while “communicating” with Leviathan in prison).

5. Make Irene Sanders commit suicide.

6. Accept Algernon Drake’s offer for help in bookstore.

7. Save drake at the end of the fight with the Shambler.

8. While conversing with Leviathan chose option “struggle” in “underwater prison” sequence.

9. Refuse to accept Leviathan knowledge, first offer.

10. Refuse to accept “the Truth” – Leviathan knowledge, second offer.

14. Refuse to take medicine while hallucinating in whaling dock.You will take it anyway, this is intended, but YOUR CHOICE matters.

15. Refuse to eat meat while hallucinating in whaling dock.You will take it anyway, this is intended, but YOUR CHOICE matters.

16. Refuse to take the gun while hallucinating in whaling dock.You will take it anyway, this is intended, but YOUR CHOICE matters.

11. Spare Bradley.

12. Save Mitchell, the bar owner, by getting him medkit from the Warehouse.

13. Examine Cat’s dead body after you have saved Mitchell.

This choices triggered ALL FOUR endings in my playtrough. If they don’t do the same in your’s, I have no idea why.

Have fun with this awesome game.It’s not a waste of time even if you replay it. I have to note that Leviathan’s monologue/dialogue has much more sense when you replay the game.

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