Unlock Remnant 2 Archon Archetype

If you don’t know how to unlock the Remnant 2 Archon Archetype, we might have some clues for you! Remnant 2 is here, and many consider it to be a great sequel, with engaging gameplay and many secrets to unravel. This includes numerous secret archetypes. Here’s where to find the Remnant 2 Archon Class location. And what is the Remnant 2 Corrupted status effect?

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Unlock Remnant 2 Archon Archetype
How to Get Archon Archetype in Remnant 2

How to Unlock Archon Archetype in Remnant 2

Before we proceed with this guide, a little disclaimer. This article is a work in progress. As such, at the time of writing, there is no complete information to offer regarding the Remnant II Archon Archetype. We work with what we currently have, and that’s what we offer here. Thank you for being so understanding.

Now that we have that out of the way let’s see what we know. The existence of the Archon Archetype has been confirmed for quite some time now. However, no one currently knows how to actually unlock this class. What we do know is that the Archon Archetype location is in the Labyrinth biome. According to instructions shared by Reddit user FoskitoNegro, who has posted a spreadsheet of all unlockables he has found, players first need to “ding a locked door at The Labyrinth”.

However, in order to open it, you need the Master Portal Key and you to be under the corrupted status effect. The issue here is that none currently knows what is the corrupted status effect. Some players speculated that it “has something to do with the data corruption debuff in the last zone”. Although, players don’t know how to get that debuff in the Labyrinth. Other players experimented with the Fragmented debuff, but that one doesn’t seem to work either. For now, that’s all we know. Nevertheless, we will make sure to update the article as soon as we learn more about how to unlock the Remnant 2 Archon Archetype.

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