Dead Cells Game Guide

This unofficial guide to Dead Cells contains the most important advice and hints that are useful while playing the game developed by Motion Twin. Here you will find description of gameplay basics, list of most important aspects and hidden mechanics. Learning these might prove useful during the game. In addition to that, the guide contains a description of locations, enemies and equipment. There are separate chapters about character development and encountered NPCs as well.

The walkthrough is supplemented by chapters describing controls, system requirements and Steam achievements.

The guide to Dead Cells contains:

  1. chapters about gameplay basics
  2. advice related to character development
  3. information about each available locations including enemies description
  4. chapters with most important advice for beginners
  5. advice related to equipment selection, fighting enemies and defeating bosses
  6. annex with system requirements, Steam achievements and controls

Lukasz Wisniewski (www.gamepressure.com)

About Dead Cells Game Guide

Author : Lukasz “Keczup” Wisniewski for gamepressure.com

Stage of progress : 15% completed,

last update : July 03, 2017

Guide contains :
6 pages, 44 images.

Use the comments below to submit your updates and corrections to this guide.

Dead Cells Video Game

Dead Cells

  • genre: Action

  • developer: Motion Twin
  • publisher: Motion Twin
  • platform: PC

Dead Cells is set in a dark fantasy world. The game utilizes a side-view perspective and the gameplay focuses on exploring a grim castle and fighting enemies. The locations are procedurally generated; there are various chambers, cloisters, and sewers to explore. The levels are nonlinear, and you can reach them by different paths. When you die in the game, your death is permanent, which means that you have to start over every time. There are no checkpoints, but every respawn allows you to visit new parts of the castle. The place also features simple puzzles, e.g. you can discover a secret entrance to a faraway part of the fortress by pulling a lever.

Combat in an important aspect of the game. It was inspired by the Souls series � the battles are very difficult and both the bosses and regular enemies are a serious threat. To succeed you have to work out their attack patterns and get you character to a high enough level. In combat you can use melee weapons (swords, spears, lashes), ranged weapons, and more or less powerful spells, both offensive and defensive.

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In this chapter you will find 10 pieces of advice that will help you in reaching late levels and will make you more effective in combat and in exploration of areas.

  • 1. Don’t save gold
  • 2. Always three hits
  • 3. Attack is the best defense
  • 4. Duck
  • 5. Not only physical damage
  • 6. Shop and chest
  • 7. Not at your first attempt
  • 8. Health is most important
  • 9. Look for treasures
  • 10. Phasing floor

1. Don’t save gold

At each phase of the game you will have plenty of opportunities to gain additional gold and to exchange gathered currency for additional pieces of equipment or skills. It is important not to save the gold too much and not to drag too much of it if you don’t have a specific thing you want to spend it on. You will make the first shopping decisions in the game based on item descriptions and maybe recommendations from this guide, but remember to keep checking new items, solutions and game styles.

If you can test something that is potentially useful, don’t be afraid of buying it. The resources you gather will be lost when you die anyway – it is always better to buy a chance to reach the next safe zone and spend the cells on permanent upgrades.

2. Always three hits

No matter which basic weapon you use, you must remember that in each attack combination every third attack that hits the opponent deals more damage or causes special effects. You should always hit three times as even if the special attack won’t kill the enemy, it might stun him and provide you with more time for the next combination.

3. Attack is the best defense

In most situations the best option is to annihilate the opponent. Remember about that whenever you’re under pressure with few health points left. Sometimes defeating a few enemies will enable you to reach a shop in which you can find potions, food or other ways of regenerating at least part of health. You can’t attack blindly, but if you time your attack well, you will manage to survive and forget that there are shields available in Dead Cells.

4. Duck

Most bullets that are flying towards you have constant trajectory that is parallel to the ground. In order to avoid these attacks, you don’t need to perform special stunts. The protagonist can duck if you simply pull the analog stick down and press the right button. This will enable you to avoid most attacks. Of course, this won’t save you from grenades that have area of effect. In their case you must walk out of the range.

5. Not only physical damage

Remember that various pieces of equipment enable you to attack with different types of damage. The most popular and effective way of eliminating the opponent is by using physical damage, but there are also magical and elemental types of damage. It is important because sometimes you will notice a wooden mannequin that creates an area of effect in which all enemies become invulnerable to physical damage. You can first destroy the dummy, but if you have a weapon that deals damage of different type, then you can eliminate the enemies without destroying the object.

6. Shop and chest

Each area (except for the boss arenas) consists of two repeatable pieces - a shop and a chamber with treasure chests - Tips for a good start | How to start in Dead Cells? - How to start? - Dead Cells Game Guide

Each area (except for the boss arenas) consists of two repeatable pieces – a shop and a chamber with treasure chests. Both chambers can have different applications depending on the type of found chest and the characteristics of the shop. More about it can be found in the chapters about the game world, but you can be sure that if you look long enough, you will find these two pieces.

7. Not at your first attempt

As you probably noticed, despite the fact that the protagonist starts the adventure since start after each death, some of the skills are unlocked permanently. During the exploration you will encounter various interaction places that don’t work until you unlock specific skills. If early in the game you can’t reveal the whole map or some doors remain locked, it means you must defeat a specific boss first.

8. Health is most important

The early levels will become much easier if you decide to invest the character development scrolls you found or bought into additional health points. Despite the fact that enemies in further levels look same as the ones in the first one, they deal more damage. If you don’t have enough health points, your survival since level three might depend on even the slightest mistake.

You should also spend some cells on unlocking potion that will enable you to replenish health while exploring the dungeons. This will increase your chance to reach further levels. It will also enable you to gather more cells and improve the permanent skills of the protagonist.

9. Look for treasures

During the exploration you will frequently discover pieces of equipment hidden in walls - Tips for a good start | How to start in Dead Cells? - How to start? - Dead Cells Game Guide

During the exploration you will frequently discover pieces of equipment hidden in walls. The treasures hidden in the edges of walls are marked with special icon presented on the above picture. In stashes you can find weapon, food, gold or pieces of equipment. A treasure stash can be broken with a few basic attacks. Once you do it, you can interact with the items and collect them.

If you find an identical rune on the ground, by interacting with it you can open a special portal that will take you to an additional chamber with a challenge. There you must defeat all enemies in specific time and under specific conditions. If you succeed, you will receive a special reward.

10. Phasing floor

Notice that some bullets and grenades can reach you even through floors. Some floors are designed in such way that they enable you to freely jump higher or lower without having to use chains or ladders. These floors also enable grenades and bullets to pass, but they stop non-magical projectiles. In case of magic attacks the type of wall or floor doesn’t matter as they ignore every obstacle.

If you look at above picture, you will notice the protagonist standing on such floor. Simply perform a double jump or jump with analog stick pulled down to move vertically.

The following chapter contains information on cells and how they affect character’s development in Dead Cells. You will learn how to obtain them, why they are so important, and how one can lose them.

  • General information
  • Hero development

General information

Cells are treated as experience points. You can use them to unlock permanent skills and bonuses that will be assign to your hero, regardless how many times you will die while exploring further levels. Cells are randomly dropped by enemies that you will face on your way. The more opponents you defeat, the greater is the possibility to obtain cells. Thus, one should reveal the entire map to gather as many of them as possible.

You can also get cells by opening treasure chests. The number of cells will increase accordingly to the level. The same goes for elite opponents and bosses – if you defeat them, your reward will be significant.

If you die during your adventure, all unused cells will be gone for good. The key to success and constant development of your hero is to master your reflexes, game basics and make the right decisions. If you unlocked a passage to another location, and it is highly possible that the next encounter with opponents will finish you, you should proceed forward. You will skip some bonuses but at the same time you will save the remaining ones and your hero will become stronger during the next attempt.

Hero development

Between every location, you will end up in a place where you can spend your cells, and restore your health. Remember that it is better to use your cells, even if you won’t unlock anything, rather than take them to another location. A significant number of cells will not give you anything, except one Steam achievement that you can unlock by losing your cells.

Once in the safe zone, speak with the blue NPC, where you can exchange cells for skills - Character development and cells | How to start? - How to start? - Dead Cells Game Guide

Once in the safe zone, speak with the blue NPC, where you can exchange cells for skills. Keep in mind that not all abilities will be available from the very beginning. You will have to unlock them by defeating enemies and collect Blueprints. Get them and the accessories, weapons and passive abilities will become available in the upgrade menu. There is no special way to obtain specific abilities faster. The process is defined by percentile chance, so the only solution is to complete the game several times.

The first stage of skills requires from 5 to 15 cells but further upgrades can cost dozens or even hundreds units. Description of specific power ups can be found in the right chapter of the game guide. It’s crucial that you do not ignore any of the abilities if you wish to reach the last chamber in the game.

In this chapter you will find most important information about the location The Prisoners’ Cells in the game Dead Cells. Here you will learn the characteristics of the location and what dangers and opponents await you here. You will also discover where you can go from this location and what conditions you must fulfill to do it.

  • Characteristics of the location
  • Enemies and other threats
  • Other locations

Characteristics of the location

The easiest location available in the game - 1. The Prisoners Cells | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

The easiest location available in the game. First you will encounter a knight here – he will inform you about the basics of the game. After a few attempts an NPC will appear here. He enables you to check the statistics of all your actions in the dungeons. During the exploration you will find a shop and a treasure chest. This is the starting location and you will return here each time you die. While some parts of the level will remain unchanged, the room layout will be randomized with each attempt.

Enemies and other threats

This is a starting location and there are no traps here. You can freely test various solutions and learn the gameplay mechanics.

On the training grounds there are first opponents. They are mostly single enemies with low level – you can beat them with a few basic attacks.

Look

Name

Characteristics and ways of defeating

Undead archer - 1. The Prisoners Cells | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Undead archer

His attacks are limited to shooting a single bow arrow and jumping back to increase distance. Roll under the arrows or duck to reduce distance and then perform a combination of attacks. You can also stun an enemy if he is a part of a larger group of opponents.

Zombie - 1. The Prisoners Cells | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Zombie

When he sees you, he will flex his silhouette and he will start charging. If you’re nearby, attack him with many hits. You can also jump over him to avoid the charge or roll during it so that he misses you.

Grenadier - 1. The Prisoners Cells | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Grenadier

He will flex his silhouette similarly to the zombie and he will throw a grenade that will explode one second after it hits the ground. Wait until you see where the grenade will fall and then jump out of its reach. During the dodge get as close to the opponent as possible and eliminate him before he performs another attack.

Shield bearer - 1. The Prisoners Cells | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Shield bearer

One of the harder enemies in the location. Attacking the shield won’t be effective at all and after a short preparation the enemy will perform a shield charge that will stun you and deal large number of damage. The only way to avoid it is jump over it or roll behind the shield bearer’s back where you must perform a quick attack. The enemy quickly reacts to all attempts at attacking him from the back, but a single effective attack is enough to knock him off balance and make helpless.

Other locations

Below there is a list of locations to which you can get from The Prisoners’ Cells.

Name

Condition

The Promenade of the

Condemned

No limits. The first location you can visit after leaving the starting area.

The Toxic Sewers

Access to the location is possible only with the Vine Rune. In order to get it you must defeat an elite archer in the location The Promenade of the Condemned.

The Ossuary

Access to the location is possible only with the Teleportation Rune. In order to get it you must defeat an elite warrior in the location The Old Sewers.

The following chapter includes information on The Promenade of the Condemned. You will learn more about the very location, creatures that you will come across, other locations that you can visit and what requirements you need to fulfil to do that.

  • Location specification
  • Enemies and other hazards
  • Further locations

Location specification

The Promenade of the Condemned is full of smaller and larger fortifications - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

The Promenade of the Condemned is full of smaller and larger fortifications. You will also come across various spike traps. You can get to this location from your starting position – The Prisoners’ Cells, and since it is one of the secondary locations, it’s one of the optional ways to reach the third row of locations. You will find the entire list at the end of the chapter.

Here you will find an entrance to a chamber occupied by an elite archer – you need to defeat him in order to obtain Vine Rune. The special opponent will appear, until you defeat him for the first time. In The Promenade of the Condemned, there is a store, a chamber with a chest and teleports that will let you travel much faster.

There is also a chamber that you can access, only if you stand at its entrance according to a time limit – under 3.5 minutes. Once you run out of time, the door will shut for good and you won’t be able to reveal the hidden treasure.

Enemies and other hazards

You will often come across areas covered in spikes that will reduce your health every time you touch them. Another type of hazards are balls covered in spikes, on chains.

The Promenade of the Condemned is a rather easy location, as you will come across the same opponents as in The Prisoners’ Cells. However, certain creatures were added to the list. Finally, it’s highly possible that you will come across an elite enemy.

Appearance

Name

Description


Zombie - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Zombie

Once the creature spots you, it will lean towards you and launch a charge attack. If you are close enough, strike the creature. You may also jump behind it to avoid the charge or roll when the monster is performing the attack.


Grenadier - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Grenadier

Similar to a Zombie, the Grenadier will lean and throw a grenade that will explode moments after it touches the floor. Wait for the grenade to land, and jump out of its radius. When doing that try to get as close to the enemy as possible – this will immobilize him and prevent from throwing any more grenades.


Defender - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Defender

A wooden doll that makes all nearby enemies immune to physical damage. You will have to use the power of elements to destroy it, or drag them away from the Defender. It’s best to destroy the doll as soon as possible.


Phazer - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Phazer

Deals only medium damage in direct combat. The creature attacks quickly, and once it notices you for the first time, it will try to stick to you by constantly teleporting itself near your position. It’s best to kill it as soon as possible and don’t let more than 1-2 Phazers spot you at the same time.


Bat - The Promenade of the Condemned | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Bat

You will trigger the Bat once you get within its range. It ignores all walls and floors. It will take some time to charge at you and a red beam will determine the direction of the strike. The Bat will die from a single hit, so dodge the charging attack or strike before it performs the attack.

Further locations

The following list consists of locations that you can access from The Promenade of the Condemned.

Name

Requirements

The Ramparts

None.

The Old Sewers

You need the Vine Rune. Defeat the elite archer to obtain it.

The Prison Depths

You will need the Teleportation Rune. In order to obtain it, defeat the elite warrior in The Old Sewers.

The following chapter includes information on The Toxic Sewers. You will learn more about the very location, creatures that you will come across, other locations that you can visit and what requirements you need to fulfill to do that.

  • Location specification
  • Enemies and other hazards
  • Further locations

Location specification

This is the first location with toxic sewers and enemies that you will come across after leaving the starting location - The Toxic Sewers | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

This is the first location with toxic sewers and enemies that you will come across after leaving the starting location. You won’t be able to access it, until you obtain Vine Rune. Here, you will face tougher enemies, who will often remain dangerous even after their death (additional effects). If you touching areas covered in green liquid, you will lose some of your health points.

There is also a chamber that you can access, only if you stand at its entrance according to a time limit – under 3.5 minutes. Once you run out of time, the door will shut for good and you won’t be able to reveal the hidden treasure.

Enemies and other hazards

Although you won’t find many traps, you need to limit your contact with venomous water. One second is enough to cast a status that will not deal a lot of damage but can kill you over certain period of time.

It’s highly possible that you will come across an elite enemy.

Appearance

Name

Description


Zombie - The Toxic Sewers | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Zombie

Once the creature spots you, will lean towards you and launch a charge attack. If you are close enough, strike the creature. You may also jump behind it to avoid the charge or roll when the monster is performing the attack.


Undead archer - The Toxic Sewers | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Undead archer

The enemy will fire single arrows at you and leap to maintain safe distance. Roll under the projectiles or dodge them to get closer to your enemy and launch some blows. You may also stun your enemy if he belongs to larger group of opponents.


Scorpion - The Toxic Sewers | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Scorpion

The creature will reveal itself once you are close enough. It fires poisonous projectiles that deal damage and cause the poison status. It’s best to remain as close as possible and not get hit with a projectile or a physical attack. It’s a good idea to freeze the beast or stun it in any other way.


Ugly worm - The Toxic Sewers | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Ugly worm

The worm will charge at you and try to follow you. If you notice its sharp teeth, dodge the direct strike. Furthermore, after its death, the worm leaves some bomb behind. They will deal damage unless you get out of danger zone.

Further locations

The following list consists of locations that you can reach from The Toxic Sewers.

name

requirements

The Ramparts

None.

The Old Sewers

If you reached Toxic Sewers, you will have no problems with reaching further parts of the sewers thanks to the Vine Rune.

The following chapter includes information on The Ramparts. You will learn more about the very location, creatures that you will come across, other locations that you can visit and what requirements you need to fulfil to do that.

  • Location specification
  • Enemies and other hazards
  • Further locations

Location specification

The Raparts consists of combined towers, which usually offer little space - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

The Raparts consists of combined towers, which usually offer little space. However, this time they will spread horizontally. One should remember that spaces between roofs are often chasms. If your health is low, a fall may kill you. This is the third row of locations, and the only exit leads to the boss arena – The Black Bridge.

There is also a chamber that you can access, only if you stand at its entrance according to a time limit – under 6 minutes. Once you run out of time, the door will shut for good and you won’t be able to reveal the hidden treasure.

Enemies and other hazards

You won’t come across many sophisticated traps. The greatest hazard are the pits – if you are not careful enough, you can easily fall down or get pushed by one of your enemies.

It’s highly possible that you will come across an elite enemy.

Appearance

name

Description


Undead archer - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Undead archer

The enemy will fire single arrows at you and leap to maintain safe distance. Roll under the projectiles or dodge them to get closer to your enemy and launch some blows. You may also stun your enemy if he belongs to larger group of opponents.


Zombie - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Zombie

Once the creature spots you, will lean towards you and launch a charge attack. If you are close enough, strike the creature. You may also jump behind it to avoid the charge or roll when the monster is performing the attack.


Inquisitor - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Inquisitor

Not that dangerous but can fire projectiles that ignore walls, floors and other obstacles. Get close to the Inquisitor and hit him hard.


Shield bearer - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Shield bearer

One of the toughest enemies in this location. Attacking the shield won’t do anything, and after some time the bearer will charge at us and use the shield to stun us and deal massive damage. Your only chance is to jump over the creature or roll over and end up behind it. When that happens, quickly attack the enemy. Although the opponent will react almost immediately, one successful strike should be enough to throw him off balance.


Flying biter - The Ramparts | Game world - Game world - Dead Cells Game Guide

Flying biter

A very annoying enemy that often attacks in larger groups. The creature will levitate slightly above you, so you won’t be able to harm it with a normal attack. The biter will perform a quick flying attack. These creatures will often follow you, so it’s very important to deal with them before they surround you.

Further locations

From The Ramparts you can only travel to The Black Bridge, which is also the boss arena of The Incomplete One.

Below you will find the default control layout in Dead Cells for an Xbox controller and for mouse + keyboard. The developer recommends using a controller.

  • Xbox controller
  • Keyboard

Xbox controller

Icon

Function


Jump - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Jump


Rolling - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Rolling


Basic attack - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Basic attack


Secondary weapon - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Secondary weapon


First additional skill - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

First additional skill


Second additional skill - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Second additional skill


Healing (hold) - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Healing (hold)


Interaction with environment - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Interaction with environment


Pause - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Pause


Area map - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Area map

Keyboard

Icon

Function


Jump - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Jump


Rolling - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Rolling


Basic attack - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Basic attack


Secondary weapon - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Secondary weapon


First additional skill - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

First additional skill


Second additional skill - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Second additional skill


Healing (hold) - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Healing (hold)


Interaction with environment - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Interaction with environment


Pause - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Pause


Area map - Controls for Dead Cells - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Area map

To work properly, Dead Cells requires only an efficient CPU with high power. Because it uses pixel art graphics, it doesn’t require new generation graphics. However, the GPU needs to support proper Open GL libraries.

Game modes

Singleplayer: Yes

Offline cooperation (split screen/hot seat): No

Internet cooperation: No

Multiplayer: No

Our hardware

This guide was created on PC with the following specs:

  1. OS: Windows 7 SP1
  2. Processor: Intel Core i5 4670-K
  3. RAM: 8 GB
  4. GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
  5. GPU memory: 4 GB

The title worked on the above specification with no problems.

PC – general information

  1. OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 – 32-bit and 64- bit
  2. Windows XP: No, the game doesn’t work on Windows XP or previous operation systems
  3. Internet connection during the game: Not required
  4. Necessity to activate via Internet: Yes, Steam
  5. Controllers: Mouse and keyboard, Xbox controller
  6. Achievements: Yes

Minimum system requirements

  1. OS: Windows 7
  2. Processor: Intel Core i5
  3. RAM: 2 GB
  4. GPU: Nvidia 450 GTS | Radeon HD 5750
  5. HDD space required: 500 MB

Recommended system requirements

  1. OS: Windows 7
  2. Processor: Intel Core i5
  3. RAM: 4 GB
  4. GPU: Nvidia GTX 460 | Radeon HD 7800
  5. HDD space required: 500 MB

In this chapter you will find a list of all available achievements and advice how to unlock them.

Warning: Dead Cells is still in early acces which means that achievements will be added during the development. Check out our guide after the patches to learn more about new achievements.

Icon

Name

How to obtain

Tickle tickle - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Tickle tickle…

In the location The Promenade of the Condemned you will encounter an elite archer. Once you defeat him, he won’t respawn again and you will obtain Vine Rune that enables you to use vines.

Slash - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Slash! Slash! Roll!

You will unlock this achievement once you unlock 10 types of weapons.

Love the serenity - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Love the serenity…

Unlocked when you enter the location The Promenade of the Condemned for the first time.

A room with a view - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

A room with a view!

Unlocked when you enter the location The Ramparts for the first time.

Who needs an Italian plumber - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Who needs an Italian plumber?

Unlocked when you enter the location The Old Sewers for the first time.

Whats that funky smell - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

What’s that funky smell?

Unlocked when you enter the location The Toxic Sewers for the first time.

Finally, a moment of rest - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Finally, a moment of rest…

Unlocked when you enter the location The Black Bridge for the first time.

What are you rubbing at anyway - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

What are you rubbing at anyway?

In the location The Old Sewers you will encounter an elite warrior. Once you defeat him, he won’t respawn again and you will obtain a Teleportation Rune that enables you to use a new type of teleportation.

My only wish, to catch a fish, so juicy sweeeeet - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

My only wish, to catch a fish, so juicy sweeeeet!

Unlocked when you enter the location The Fog Fjord for the first time.

The Fat and The Furious - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

The Fat and The Furious

Unlocked when you defeat boss The Incomplete One for the first time.

Well this is a cheerful - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Well this is a cheerful

place…

Unlocked when you enter the location The Ossuary for the first time.

It rubs the lotion on its skin - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

It rubs the lotion on its skin!

Unlocked when you enter the location The Prison Depths for the first time.

Pimp my ride - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

Pimp my ride.

You will get this achievement after unlocking 10 types of active skills.

The dead center of the - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

The dead center of the

island…

Unlocked when you enter the location The Graveyard for the first time.

Youve got something in - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

You’ve got something in

your eye.

Unlocked when you defeat boss The Watcher for the first time.

Im not afraid of the dark - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

I’m not afraid of the dark!

Unlocked when you enter the location The Forgotten Crypt for the first time.

Youve got nothing, elites - Achievements in Dead Cells | Annex - Annex - Dead Cells Game Guide

You’ve got nothing, elites!

Defeat one hundred elite enemies to unlock this achievement.

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