Endings in Not for Broadcast – Gambling

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Live director simulator Not for Broadcast invites the player not only to make fun of their virtual colleagues, randomly switching cameras and beeping their words, but also to take part in the story about the influence of media on people’s lives. We briefly talk about what endings there are in this unusual game and how to get them.

Although we won’t go into details, the guide contains spoilers. Since this is a story-driven game, we recommend reading with caution.

How many endings are in Not for Broadcast?

Total game offers 4 epilogueseach of which has from three to four variations depending on the decisions made throughout the game and at the very end:

  1. Final A – 3 variations.
  2. Final B – 4 variations.
  3. Final C – 3 variations.
  4. Final D – 4 variations.
Next, we talk about how to get each of the options for the epilogue.

Guide: Endings in Not for Broadcast

Final A

Terms:

  • day 296 – do not include ads that Jenny asks for;
  • day 912 – do not help the opposition.

The options for the ending depend on whether you air the materials from the Boseman tape.

  1. “Bright Future” – show the cassette.
  2. “General Decline” – do not show the tape (if the society supports the opposition).
  3. “Inevitable progress” – do not show the cassette (if the society sympathizes with the authorities).
Guide: Endings in Not for Broadcast

Final B

Terms:

  • day 296 – turn on the ad that Jenny asks for;
  • day 912 – do not help the opposition.

The ending options depend on whether you air the material from Jeremy’s tape.

  1. “Best Jeremy” – show the cassette (if the society is on the side of the current government).
  2. “Injustice Jeremy” – show the cassette (if the society supports the opposition).
  3. “Julia’s Judgment” – do not show the cassette (if the society sympathizes with the opposition)
  4. “New Leaf” – do not show the cassette (if people are for “Progress”).
Guide: Endings in Not for Broadcast

Final C

Terms:

  • day 296 – do not include ads that Jenny asks for;
  • day 912 – help the opposition.

The options for the finale depend on whether you air the material from Julia’s tape.

  1. “Changing of the Guard” – show the cassette (if the society is for the opposition).
  2. “Triumph of Chaos” – show the cassette (if public opinion is on the side of “Progress”).
  3. “Stupid Fun” – don’t show the tape.
Guide: Endings in Not for Broadcast

Final D

Terms:

  • day 296 – turn on the ad that Jenny asks for;
  • day 912 – help the opposition.

The ending options depend on whether you air the material from Jeremy’s tape.

  1. “Chord of consent” – show the cassette.
  2. “Renewed mandate” – do not show the cassette, while public opinion should be on the side of the current government.
  3. “Middle” – do not show the cassette, while people should be neutral.
  4. “Under the new leadership” – do not show the cassette, while the people should be on the side of the opposition.
Guide: Endings in Not for Broadcast

How to manipulate public opinion in Not for Broadcast

How to support the “Progress” mode?

  1. Always air pro-government ads, ignore Alan James.
  2. Try to show Progress in the best possible light.
  3. Between broadcasts, behave as the most respectable citizen and “employee of the month”: for example, do not give your passport when a loved one asks you to do so.

How to support the opposition?

If you want the power to change, you will have to do the opposite of what is described above.

  1. Show Alan James ads and ignore Progress videos.
  2. Show Progress in the worst light and the opposition in the best.
  3. Between broadcasts, try to pay more attention to family and loved ones.

How to get neutral in Not for Broadcast?

  1. Run the same number of ads for the pro-government party and for Alan James.
  2. Try to impartially show both sides of the conflict.
  3. Between broadcasts, keep a balance between family and work.

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