The Best End of the Quarry: How to Save Everyone

The Quarry has a large cast of characters with varying degrees of sympathy, and it’s your job to save them all from their gruesome fate.

Just like until dawn, The Quarry’s main goal is to get everyone home safely. That’s not an easy task though, as these teens seem to be begging for death from the get-go, so you’ll need to keep a close eye on each of them to save them from their terrible fate. This is a horror game though, so some casualties are inevitable, but the main nine cast members can all survive, you just need to be aware of the key moments when they can perish.

This guide will be filled to the brim with spoilers, but if you want some spoiler-free tips, keep these things in mind while playing:

• Do not touch every interrupt.

• Don’t worry about every little detail.

• Do the QTEs.

• Collect as much evidence as possible.

Ultimately, this is a classic horror scenario, as long as you use common sense and don’t fall into the usual horror styles, you have nothing to worry about.


If Jacob gets tangled in the water when taking the cap, choose to untangle it rather than just pulling the string.

When the fighter approaches Jacob in chapter 3, don’t distract him, his actions will keep Jacob alive later.

If Ryan has the gun, don’t shoot the rustling bushes, Jacob is in there.


Unfortunately, it’s inevitable that Nick will become a werewolf, but you can still keep him alive. The only detail you need to worry about is not letting Laura shoot the werewolf if you have the chance as Ryan.


In chapter 3, make sure to do the QTE to make Abi run away, and when Nick first turns into a werewolf, have Abi shoot him. The shot won’t kill Nick, and if you don’t shoot it will be off with Abi’s head.

At the end of the game, lift the hatch. That makes sense when you’re ready. Promise.


Ryan has a lot of chances to die, but luckily none of them are until very late in the game.

In chapter 9 he gets stabbed and you have to do some QTEs with the knife. If given the choice, hide in the closet, not under the bed.

As a bonus, when Bobby tried to retrieve his knife, let him, and he will survive too.

Then you have to let Laura bite you. Trust us. Then, when the Hacketts go wrong, Chris shoots.

In the final you have to hit all the QTEs to avoid a terrible death.


Emma needs the right tools to survive. Against her better judgment, pick up the fireworks when she picks it up to the start, and when you’re on the island, inspect the bags to grab the taser before going through the hatch.

Other than that, just hit her QTEs and she’ll be fine. However, you must use her items when prompted.


While Laura is in the flashbacks, she is immune to death, but that will change later.

First of all, don’t shoot Travis no matter what you do. Shoot Chris though if you play as Ryan, he must be dead for Laura to survive.

After that, it’s just a battle between you and those pesky QTEs to ensure her safety.


Don’t worry too much about Max, most of the bad things that happened to him have been resolved. Whatever you do, don’t let Max leave the island and he’ll be fine.


Despite what you may think, chopping off Dylan’s hand makes no difference, so you might as well have some fun.

QTEs are once again the key to Dylan’s survival, namely on the scrap heap with Kaitlyn. You can distract the werewolf with loud noises, and whether it escapes or transforms, it will eventually be rescued.


Back to the junkyard where Kaitlyn stares death in the face, all you have to do is keep Dylan alive, and you’ll never guess what that means; unless you guessed QTEs.

For the last set in the lodge there are a few steps. Escape through the beam first. Then pick up the shells and give Caleb both barrels. You can also catch Caleb in the freezer with Dylan’s help, but this requires much more risky QTEs and Caleb will still die.

And that’s it! Congratulations, for this once everyone is alive. Sure, if you were the sadistic type, you could do the reverse of these instructions to make sure everyone dies… but you didn’t hear that from us.

Written by Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GLHF

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