Open Labyrinth Red Door Remnant 2

If you are not sure how to open the Labyrinth Red Door in Remnant 2, don’t worry, you’re not alone! Aside from the action-packed souls-like third-person gameplay, this RGP also boasts numerous puzzles for players to solve and hides many secrets for players to unravel. One such mystery is how to unlock the red stone door in the Labyrinth level of Remnant 2. Read on as we explain what we know.

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Open Labyrinth Red Door Remnant 2
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How to Unlock Labyrinth Red Door in Remnant 2

Before we proceed with this guide, a disclaimer is needed. This guide is a work in progress. At the time of writing, there is no complete information to offer on how to open the Labyrinth Red Door. The information is currently scarce and the community is still working on figuring out all the details. Thank you for your understanding. With that being said, let’s see what we do know.

According to Reddit user FoskitoNegro, who has posted a spreadsheet of all unlockables he has found, the puzzling Labyrinth Red Door in Remnant 2 is actually a part of unlocking one of the secret archetypes. Namely, it seems that this door is the portal to unlocking the Archon archetype. However, at the time of writing, no one has figured out how to do it.

Apparently, you need to “the Master Portal Key and to be corrupted”. However, players are not sure what the “corrupted” part means, as there is no such status effect in the game. Some have speculated that the data corruption status effect from the last zone might be the thing we need, but this was tested, and it doesn’t work. For now, that’s all we know about this mystery. If you know any new clues, share them with us in the comments section! Finally, we will make sure to update the article as soon as we have any new details!

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