How to Get Huge Hell Rock Pet Simulator X

Having trouble figuring out how to get the Huge Hell Rock in Pet Simulator X? Don’t worry, we’re here to help you out. In this guide, we are going to show you how to get the Huge Hell Rock in Pet Sim X, what your odds of obtaining one are, and how valuable it is. Let’s get right into it.

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how to get huge hell rock pet simulator x
How to Get Huge Hell Rock Pet Simulator X

How to Get Huge Hell Rock in Pet Simulator X

To get the Huge Hell Rock in Pet Simulator X, you just need to keep hatching Eggs from July 21st to July 29th. This pet has been introduced to the game as an apology of sorts for the new update not being released at three million likes as they originally promised. So, the Huge Hell Rock can appear in any Egg, but there is one big catch: it’s incredibly rare. According to the Pet Simulator Fandom Wiki, your odds of hatching one are 2.5 million to 1. That’s pretty brutal. On the other hand, it comes with the Best Friend unique enchantment (which means it will always be stronger than your best pet), and another random enchantment. Plus, it’s very valuable, which brings us to our next section.

Pet Sim X Huge Hell Rock Value

The value of Huge Hell Rock in Pet Sim X, or Pet Simulator X, is 65 billion Diamonds for the Normal version and the Golden Version and 325 billion Diamonds for the Rainbow version. To the best of our knowledge, the value of the Dark Matter version is still unknown, if it even exists. If you have any info on it, let us know in the comments below. Either way, the Huge Hell Rock is worth a lot. It only makes sense, considering how low your odds of getting one are. Then again, it’s still the easiest Huge you can get in the game, being about four times more common than the Huge Hacked Cat. So, just keep opening Eggs (ideally Golden Cracked Egg, if you have the Coins), and hope that it will drop from one.

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