The Automatic Love quest is one of the most terrifying in the game — you have to choose a love life! Well, specifically you’re questioning a doll for information. So, in this Cyberpunk 2077 quest, which doll should you choose to go along with? Is there an upside or downside to choosing Angel or Skye? Or vice versa? Find out in our quick guide.
Should You Pick Angel or Skye in Cyberpunk 2077?
The choice of Angel or Skye does not matter at all. Both dolls will give you the same information that you need to complete your quest. The differences between the dolls are through their optional dialogue, and we recommend that you actually read through that dialogue! It’s well-written, and you might actually learn a lot about the world through it.
You’ll make this choice a little way into the Automatic Love mission when Evelyn sends you to the Clouds. Hopefully, by helping Evelyn, you’ll be able to help yourself!
The Clouds is a pleasure-palace, so you’re basically giving up your guns and weapons and chilling out with a pleasure doll for information. If you’re uncomfortable with nudity, we recommend toggling it off for this quest!
You can exit the conversation whenever you like, using your safe word, though it doesn’t get too bad in our opinion. After you use the safe word, the doll will give you the same information whether you chose Angel or Skye. Then the quest will continue just as usual!
As of writing this article, we have no clue if this will influence quests afterward. It is entirely possible that they will return, and then your choice might matter. For the purposes of Automatic Love, you can choose whichever one you like.
Cyberpunk 2077 rocketed into the public eye, just as many expected. What may have not been expected is the really good story, the good combat, and (unfortunately) the early bugs. However, Cyberpunk 2077 brings the amazing format of the sci-fi RPG into the modern generation in great form. With the promise of consistent updates on the horizon, we’re confident that Cyberpunk 2077 will do nothing but shine brighter and brighter over the next few months.
Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.