Subway Midnight – How to Get The Best Ending in Game Tips

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You got both the Bad Ending and the Good Ending, so what do you do now? Well…

What is this, some kind of Subway at Midnight?

Alright, so! First thing you need to do is get the Good Ending, or else this won’t work. You can take a look at one of those other guides in the guides section, or just figure it out yourself. Once you get the Good Ending and exit the game, here’s the BIG SECRET on what you gotta do.
Start the game up at midnight in real time. You can either wait until it’s actually midnight, or just change your computer’s clock to some time after midnight… the latter is what I did, but if you wanna be LEGIT then prepare to annihilate your sleep schedule. The true gaming experience. It doesn’t have to precisely be midnight, you can start the game up a decent amount of time afterwards… I think it’s any time between 12:00 to 1:00 AM, but I could be wrong, and the time could be even more generous than that.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll immediately notice that something’s… a little different.



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Just a little bit different.
Once you leave the room, you’ll be playing as Lizzbeth again, and the route to the Best Ending begins!

Very not haunted, don’t worry about it

So, you’re just waddling on through, going through the usual motions as Lizzbeth… Then something… different will happen again. Important tip: If you get to Julia, or any of the other main ghosts throughout this run, you’ve done something wrong and will need to reload the game from the previous autosave.
In the first room that contains plugs and outlets, you’ll notice the room turns completely grayscale, and it’s eerily silent… Once you’re here, you’ll have to look a bit closely…
The television on the floor above, which you access with the lift, has some strange, ghosty particles coming out of it. Interact with the television, and you’ll be transported to a memory of the subway, where Eleanor looms over Julia. If you approach, Eleanor notices you… and runs away. Julia’s just confused, and can’t see you.
From here, you’ll be put immediately at the end of Julia’s section, and you’ll move on to the next one.
Soon you’ll come across another typical room, this time greyscale and silent, again. The room where you normally meet Kiki just has her teddy bear suspiciously alone on the floor…
Mash your spacebar key on the teddy bear, and it transforms! Another memory appears…
From here, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get the Best Ending, unless you go out of your way to ignore whatever different thing the game’s blatantly presenting to you in the relevant rooms. Just keep on going, follow your gut / heart / some other organ that’s important to you for some reason, and you’ll be good!
By the way, remember how you got jumpscared in Colin’s Game? Haha… yeah… Y’know… I’m sure it’ll be fine…

More like Airplane Noon, gottem

Well, you probably won’t need any more SICK TIPS. Do some timezone changing or stay up way too late, and you’ll have a little bit of closure on the mystery behind the Subway and it’s missing occupants in about half an hour of playing.
Perhaps things will be less murdery now…
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