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How to Find All Remnant 2 DLC Weapons in The Forgotten Kingdom

Here's how to find all Remnant 2 DLC weapons in The Forgotten Kingdom.

In addition to the new archetype and gear, new weapons are the most exciting player aspect of The Forgotten Kingdom. They’re mostly melee and Long Gun options with various abilities and I’ll show you where to find them all. Here are all Remnant 2 DLC weapons in The Forgotten Kingdom.

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How to Get All Weapons in The Forgotten Kingdom DLC in Remnant 2

Below you’ll find all The Forgotten Kingdom DLC weapons with instructions on how to get them yourself. Note that Monolith and Mirage are crafted using unique Lydusa boss items and you can only get one in a single playthrough. If you want both Monolith and Mirage you’ll have to play The Forgotten Kingdom DLC twice.

Monolith (Long Gun)

The Monolith is crafted by McCabe in Ward 13 from an Eye of Lydusa, 7 Lumenite Crystals, and 1000 Scrap. The Eye is one of the two crafting materials you can get as a drop from Lydusa, the final boss, after offering her the Fractured Chalice at The Bloodless Throne arena.

Overall, the Monolith is a decent Long Gun weapon, but we mainly want it for the Sandstorm ability, which launches an AOE 225 Elemental DPS area that locks on an enemy, and once they die, it switches to a new target.

Mirage (Melee)

Once you get the Cherished Fracture at the end of the DLC, instead of offering it to Lydusa in The Bloodless Throne area, place it in her chalice in Goddess’ Rest. This triggers an alternative final boss fight where instead of the Eye of Lydusa, you’ll get the Blossoming Core, which is used to craft Mirage in Ward 13. It’s a powerful melee weapon with the locked Cyclone mod that spawns a 5m AOE around you dealing 88 DPS and pulling enemies as long as you’re charging a melee attack.

Thorn (Long Gun)

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To get Thorn, don’t pick up the Kuri Kuri Egg in the nest in the starting area of the DLC. I would continue past it and then go back to the nest once I hear the bird-like cry around the time I reach the Lambent Pass. The egg will have hatched and the Kuri Kuri will give you the Regurgitated Spiny Sac which you can use to craft Thorn. I think this is a Needler gun reference to Halo since Thorn fires homing needles which can be detonated with its unique Dreadwood mod.

Crystal Staff (Melee)

I found the Crystal Staff in one of the starting dungeons, the Infected Abyss. It’s right before The Emissary Root statue boss of the dungeon in a stone coffin accessed after the Root Nexus. I recommend picking it up before going to the boss area. Even though it’s a melee weapon, the Power Stone mod activates on Charged Melee attacks to launch 30m shock damage bolts for 10 seconds on each attack.

Polygun (Long Gun and Shotgun)

You get Polygun by shooting all 13 sparkling cubes in the Labyrinth in the correct order without dying or using World Stones or checkpoints. I haven’t gotten the gun yet but I found that 9 cubes are in the Labyrinth, then the 10th one is in the backrooms, and the last 3 are in the Keeper’s Room past the guardian cube and under the stairs. Polygun has two firing modes, a single-shot Long Gun mode and a Shotgun mode.

Trinity Crossbow (Long Gun)

To find the Trinity Crossbow, look for Walt near the first mural, which is near the first World Stone in the DLC. From here, head down the path towards the Kukri Nest until you see a waterfall. There’s a secret tunnel behind the waterfall towards the Trinity Symbol that you can reveal with the Echo of the Forest Pendant. You’ll find the Trinity Crossbow in this hidden room.

That’s how to find all Remnant 2 DLC weapons in The Forgotten Kingdom. For more Remnant 2 guides, check out all armor sets in The Forgotten Kingdom.


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