NG+ has become a sort of a staple in a lot of modern games these days. It also exists in Remnant: From the Ashes but the developer Gunfire Games decided to go with a different approach as opposed to what we normally think of New Game Plus game mode. Usually, how NG+ in games work is that the players are required to beat the game once and then start a new game with NG+ changes and everything. This isn’t how it works in Remnant: From the Ashes.
Remnant: From the Ashes New Game Plus
Unlike titles like SoulsBorne, you can start an NG+ in Remnant anytime you want. However, the concept of you keeping certain things and losing others remains in effect. But before we get to all the changes, what you retain, and what you lose after starting an NG+, here’s a quick walkthrough of how you can jump to NG+ in Remnant: From the Ashes.
How to Start NG+ in Remnant?
To start an NG+ in Remnant: From the Ashes, you need to head over to Ward 13 and proceed toward the Red Stone. However, you need to do this after beating the game’s final boss. Once there, you need to select “Enhance Difficulty and ReRoll.”
This is essentially everything you need to know to activate a New Game Plus in the game. With that out of the way, let’s discuss what changes when you decide to interact with the Red Stone.
What Changes after NG+?
The first and most obvious change is that you’ll find enemies to be stronger than before. Not only this, but you’ll also come across an increased quantity of Elite Enemies who will drop more Lumenite Crystals – you need these to upgrade your weapons, armor, and Dragon Heart.
Apart from that, you’ll get to keep your current level, stats., weapons, armor, traits, consumable items, and Scrap. However, the map state such as dungeons, bosses, and all the explored areas will get rerolled. Another important thing that you should be aware of is that you can’t have all the bosses in a single playthrough. You’ll need to rely on interacting with the Red Stone to face all the bosses in Remnant: From the Ashes.
Once you’ve done that, you should consider revisiting all the areas you visited during your previous playthroughs. The reason for this is that the locations of all the items and enemies also change, therefore, you’re more likely to come across something you probably missed in your initial playthrough.
This is pretty much all we’ve in starting a New Game Plus in Remnant: From the Ashes. If you’ve anything else that you think we missed, be sure to let us know!