Although Control’s narrative is a little convoluted, the majority of the gameplay is quite straightforward. It’s reasonable to suppose that several people will be perplexed by the conclusion. We’ll try our hardest to answer any questions you may have about the plot’s conclusion. To avoid severe spoilers, kindly do not read any further.
There’s Not One But Two
Following Dylan’s involvement therein Hiss coup is exposed, one amongst Control’s two conclusions occurs. Once Hiss successfully seized possession of Jess, the curtains start turning marking the 1st conclusion. While the names roll, the picture transitions to a pale background. We encounter Jesse once more, this time in another universe. She is a frequent staffer at The Oldest Home, where she does dreary secretarial duties.
Her job also requires her to visit the office of Trench on a regular basis. At the start of the videogame, Trench seemed to have struck oneself in the skull. Jesse took over as a temporary head following the demise of his predecessor.
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In Trench’s study, the protagonist gets a series of hallucinations and discovers that his predecessor was Hiss’s initial victim. He was the one who allowed the thing to enter The Oldest Home. You soon discover that Trench didn’t commit suicide it, was the voices that made him do so. As time passes, we’re able to overcome the influence. Polaris, our cross-dimensional partner, is a major factor in this.
After successfully rescuing her older brother, Jesse sets out to save her Dylan. Dylan’s Hiss is completely removed by her intervention. Unfortunately, Dylan lapses back to trance after the cleaning. Later, Jesse takes over as executive of the House. Following this point, the actual conclusion of the videogame is eventually reached when there are no more extra missions or additional enemies to face.
Ahti and The Oceanview Inn
Several unanswered questions are left in the wake of the title’s conclusion. I’m certainly unsure about a few areas. The cleaner Ahti, as well as the Oceanview Inn, were some of such enigmatic entities. Despite it appearing to be real property, the Oceanview Inn has an enigmatic existence. You never know what you’re going to find here. The hotel was a portal to other worlds for Jesse. The Inn’s cleaner, Ahti, apparently looks to be connected somehow. However, Ahti appears to be a quite different mystery.
When he initially arrives at the House, he appears none other than an average, human caregiver. As the gameplay proceeds, Ahti’s enigmatic abilities and qualities continue to emerge. First and foremost, he gets full admission to The House. The cleaner is free to wander throughout the top-secret facility he sees fit. The Hiss has no effect on Ahti, just as it has no effect on Jesse.
The fact that he has not had HRA or even a Polaris-like partner will not really rule out the possibility that his resistance stems from his character. Several clues are scattered that we discover in our run that indicates Ahti is a supernatural character.