Unlock Lost Warrior DNF Duel

A spin-off of the wildly popular Dungeon and Fighter RPG, DNF Duel is a classic arcade-style 2.5D fighting game. In it, you take control of one of sixteen distinct characters. These are: Berserker, Striker, Grappler, Inquisitor, Dragon Knight, Ranger, Hitman, Kunoichi, Enchantress, Vanguard, Swift Master, Ghostblade, Troubleshooter, Crusader, Launcher, as well as an unlockable special Hidden Character. This Hidden Character in DNF Duel is called the Lost Warrior, and we are going to show you how to unlock him.

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Unlock Lost Warrior DNF Duel

How to Unlock Lost Warrior in DNF Duel

To unlock the Lost Warrior character in DNF Duel, you will need to complete the game on Story Mode first. It consists of nine chapters, and you should be able to do this in about an hour or so. Go to Local Mode and select Story Mode from there. Then, select one of the fifteen already-available characters. We recommend that you experiment a bit to see which one suits your playstyle preferences the most.

In typical fighting game fashion, depending on which character you have chosen – you will go up against several other characters from the game. Finally, at the ninth chapter of the game, you will face off against the Lost Warrior himself. He is noticeably tougher than the enemies you’ve defeated so far, but he shouldn’t give you too much trouble. Still, if you are struggling with him, a character such as Troubleshooter or Hitman should give you the edge you need to overcome him – since the Lost Warrior doesn’t block too often. When you have defeated him, you will get the epilogue for the character you are playing as, as well as a message notifying you that the Lost Warrior has been unlocked. After that, you will now be able to play as the Lost Warrior himself. Congratulations, you now have all sixteen DNF Duel characters at your disposal.

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