An imposing monolith packed with puzzles and loot, the Tower Of The Unseen in Remnant 2 is a tricky spot to track down. It’s filled with combat droids, and there’s a mechanic that involves messing with power supplies to open pathways as you explore its multiple layers.
Unfortunately, the Tower Of The Unseen is a very rare spawn, so it’ll take a while to find it. But it’s worth the legwork as it’s got some great rewards, an interesting mini-boss, and it’s a fun distraction from blowing through the main quest, especially in Co-Op. So here’s how to solve the Tower Of The Unseen in Remnant 2.
How To Find the Tower Of The Unseen
As we mentioned, The Tower Of The Unseen is a rare Dungeon spawn, and it’s found only in N’Erud. It’s tricky in that it appears in both areas’ of N’Erud in both the Forgotten Prison and Seekers Rest variants.
Externally it looks like a massive stone spire going infinitely upward and inside there’s a series of pathways between smaller spires. So if you see those, then you’re in the right spot.
It’ll also appear in both the Campaign and Adventure mode at any difficulty. But if it doesn’t pop-up in your Campaign then just re-roll an Adventure map until it appears. Or, pop into the multiplayer menu and see if anyone is running a joinable version of the Dungeon.
If you’re just looking to explore the Dungeon, set the Adventure Re-Roll difficulty to its lowest setting. This will make the mobs and bosses you run into much easier and quicker to deal with.
Tower Of The Unseen Walkthrough
Since there’s a lot to unpack with this particular Dungeon and its door puzzle we’ll be taking a step-by-step approach, highlighting the types of puzzles and side paths that may spawn whilst also giving a general guide on how to get from the bottom to the top and back again in one piece.
First off, you may not get all of the rooms and puzzles we’ll mention as they’re relatively random. The initial part of the dungeon is your standard affair, with lots of bots and winding paths. But the Red Door Puzzle is right at the end of it and you will be dealing with a lot of doors that you’ll have to power up to open.
After you get to the room with all the red doors here’s what you need to do. From the main room by the entrance grab the first Stellar Powered Cell from the terminal in the corner, use the nearby ramp by the Red Crystal to go up and you’ll be able to use this to de-power the Red Door at the top of it.
Go into the room and up the nearby elevator to the next open area. Inside this room you’ll see another door with a Power Cell attached to it, liberate it and take it with you for now.
Retread your steps to the elevator and put the Power Cell into the locked door on the right. Go into the room and watch out for the killer robot then ride the lift. There’s also a chest in the corner of this room before you go up the elevator, so make sure to crack it open.
Inside the room accessed by going up the elevator, on the left, will be the Samoflange Amulet. The Amulet reduces incoming damage by 50 percent within a two-second window, after the buff activates any new damage is increased by 15 percent for ten seconds. Now you can go back to that other new large room.
Put the Power Cell back where you found it and go through the door. Follow the path up and around until you see a ledge overlooking the main room. Jump off the nearby ledge onto the new path and you’ll find a route that loops back down again to overlook the main room. There’s a locked door on the left that you’ll need to open, but if you continue down there’s a shortcut opening you can open up to help with the next part of the puzzle.
Go through the shortcut, grab that Power Cell from the door again, and stick it in the new locked door you just encountered back through the shortcut. This will reveal an elevator that will take you up to a boss fight with E.D. Alpha
The E.D. Alpha Boss Fight
This mini-boss isn’t too difficult, it’s just an Elite Version of the E.D. Droids. But it does come with Vortex and Drain which will constantly pull you towards it. The main attacks of the bot are its swinging arms and roll, but there are also small drones that will hassle you, plus they respawn.
Keep your distance, block it with the pillars in the room and wear it down, or retreat to the path outside and just dump damage whilst backing up and it will fall eventually.
After taking down this mechanical menace you’ll get the Refunder Mutator which carries a 20 percent chance to return spent ammo to reserves. At level ten it has a 50 percent chance, so it’s worth upgrading if you’re finding yourself regularly starved of bullets.
Also, in the centre of the room is the Stone of Continuance Ring which increases Archetype Skill Duration by 25 percent. Which is worth picking up if your build is Skill use heavy.
The Adventure Continues
After turning the boss into scrap metal you should see another locked red door, you can’t open this one just yet. Go back to the door that led you to this room, rip out the Power Cell. Now go all the way back to the first room when you entered the dungeon, and go to the main elevator ride the elevator down then step into then out of the elevator.
After it goes off alone it will reveal a new area underneath it. Jump down and it will land you in the boss room behind the main pillar with an insertion point for a Power Cell. Shove the Power Cell into it and the nearby door will unlock to a new area.
Inside you’ll be able to grab the Shielded Heart Relic. This Relic grants a shield for 100 percent of your Max Health, it lasts for 20 seconds or until you take enough damage to remove it. It’s pretty handy for builds that use passive regen. That’s the dungeon scraped of it’s main treasures, now to turn our attention to some unmarked secrets.
The Tower Of The Unseens Secret Treasures
One of the slightly frustrating things about Remnant 2 is that certain dungeons will randomize their drops and puzzles. Some of these rewards are also very useful in your runs, so unless you know about the extra drops, you can often clear these rarely spawning dungeons without getting absolutely everything.
The Tower Of The Unseen is one of those, so we’ll highlight what you could miss as these trinkets are worth it. Here’s what you should keep an eye out for;
The Hidden Path
On the lowest tier of the tower, there should be a hidden pathway underneath that area. It looks like a broad walkway and if you drop down here it will lead you to the Burden Of The Stargazer Ring.
This handy item reduces Skill Cooldown by 15 percent, but every time you use a skill it costs 15 percent of your health. Plus, you should be able to see the ring from the floor above and you can even just drop right on top of it if you time your jump right.
The Other Hidden Elevator Room
As you explore the Tower Of The Unseen you’ll come across a long elevator. If you pay attention to the walls as you ride it you should see a small gap. This may not always spawn, but if it does you can jump into here and reach a new area with another elevator.
In this room will be the Low Yield Recover Ring which regenerates five percent of your Max Health for five seconds whenever an enemy is killed. This can be increased up to a maximum of 30 seconds as each additional kill adds another five seconds to the buff.
Then if you head over to the other elevator, step on it, then step off again and let it go, another one will appear. This one will go up instead of down and will lead you to a room with the Propulsion Loop Ring. This is a ring that increases Movement Speed by five percent and Consumable Speed by ten percent for ten seconds after you kill an enemy. This effect can also stack up three times.
The Red Hole
Finally, as you’re going through the Tower Of The Unseen you may find a room with a massive hole right in the middle of it. This cavity is illuminated in an eerie red glow that screams: “You will die if you drop in”. But you can and it’s worth doing so.
However, instead of blindly throwing yourself into the void, take a peek into it and you should see a series of ledges that you can drop onto to get down it safely. At the bottom you’ll find the Constant Variable Ring, this increases Ranged Damage up to 20 percent with the scaling based on your weapon’s current Overheat Status.
Also down here is a strange purple vortex, interacting with it will bring you into the Restless Spirit mini-boss. This is a unique enemy type that will quickly and aggressively crawl towards you, or levitate into the air whilst chucking telekinetic blasts.
It’s not too tricky to take down and when you do you’ll earn the Timewave Mutator. This lovely insertable applies the SLOW status effect on all enemies within seven and a half meters of your Weapon Mod for three and a half seconds.
At level ten it also increases Ranged Damage by 15 percent on targets afflicted with the SLOW status effect. The Restless Spirit also drops, Corrupted Lumenite, Scrap, Iron, and some Cracked Mods for your Relic. So it’s worth taking down for all those rewards.
Some of these items in The Tower Of Unseen will also spawn in other dungeons such as Terminus Station or Astropaths Respite. So if they’re not in the Tower, they might be there.
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