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“I think they get the message” — Spoilers for Beyond: Two Souls follow. This is the only ending that Aiden's presence is not shown, though it is implied that he is Zoey is told to not tell anyone about her connection and to not be afraid of the. For Beyond: Two Souls on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message the died in my game), it don't think that justifies a lasting relationship. I picked the Zoey ending, and Ryan's through the epilogue chapter selection I also. By now if you've bought and played Beyond: Two Souls you've probably made during the game's ten hour or so playthrough, BEYOND: Two Souls ended with With Zoey, she very clearly names the young girl as the savior of death, and dissect the meaning and relationship it has for different people.
The final ending you can get at any time, since it doesn't matter who is alive or dead as Jodie is the one who dies. At the end, choose to go to the Infraworld to see the ending.
You will also get the Saved All trophy for this. Rescue Walter, who is trapped behind a door on the first floor, and Jimmy who is behind a door on the second, on top of the staircase. Paul - During the Navajo chapter, an entity will attack Paul.
After you carry him into the house, switch to Aiden and heal him. Norah - While you visit your mother during the Norah chapter, you have the chance to stop her heart. Do not take it, and simply walk away, allowing her to live. Run back out, save him, and after dragging him clear to safety, use Aiden to cure him.
During the final events by the black sun, Ryan disappears for a moment, and you find Dawkins. Tell him to Move both times, and Ryan will safely appear after Dawkins dies.
During the Epiloguepick Ryan Clayton to spend your life with.
During the Epiloguepick Ryan Claytonhowever this time he must only have one eye. In order for this to happen, reload your game and begin playing from Dragons Hideout. During the interrogation, do not speak and eventually your captors will cut Ryan in the eye.
Continue playing the last few missions, and as mentioned above, pick life then select to live with Ryan during the Epilogue.
Although this is technically a different ending then if Ryan has both eyes, it does not seem to count towards the All Endings trophy. During the Epiloguepick Jay to spend your life with.
During the Epiloguepick Zoey to spend your life with. During the Epiloguepick to be alone.
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To have them all die, do the exact opposite of Ending 1. Let Walter and Jimmy die in the fire, do not heal Paul after the attack, kill your mother by stopping her heart, let Cole die by running away from him and get Ryan killed by using the Blame option when talking to Dawkins at the end.
When given the decision between Life or Beyond, choose Beyond. As she monologues, a scene where entities are shown flooding into the human world is shown, with Jodie and a now grown up Zoey preparing for battle.Beyond: Two Souls - Blind Walkthrough - Optional ENDINGS - Relationship Endings
This is the only ending that Aiden's presence is not shown, though it is implied that he is there, like most of the other endings. Jay Edit After discussing with Ryan that she can't see the future ahead with him, she visits Jay and Cory's house again with the motorbike they gave her.
After Jay and Jodie make love, Jodie wakes up crying but Aiden writes on the mirror: Aiden's presence delights Jodie. In the end, a scene where entities are shown flooding into the human world is shown, with Jodie alone preparing for battle.
Ryan Edit After discussing with Ryan that a future with him is her only real choice, she and Ryan try to move as far away as possible from her former life. She does send Cole a letter with a drawing from a little princess in a pink dress. Jodie monologues about how she and Ryan pretend none of the events ever happened, trying to live a normal life.
As Ryan starts a fire on an unknown island, Jodie walks to the beach shore and begins to miss Aiden again. Suddenly, a coconut is rolled to Jodie's foot, and writing forms on the sand: Jodie lays down overjoyed, and the garbled words 'I love you' are heard from Aiden. As she monologues about her nightmares, a scene where entities are shown flooding into the human world is shown, with Jodie preparing for battle, presumably with Aiden invisibly accompanying her.
She describes it as infinite space that she's only explored a speck of it. She does not mention of Aiden at all, though they are both in the Infraworld and Aiden's spirit is seen at one point. Back in the human world, Ryan finds Jodie's dead body and cries, desperately pleading her to wake up.