Constellarium in Death Must Die
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How to Get More Constellarium Points in Death Must Die

Let's climb *down* this Talent Tree.

Constellarium gives Death Must Die a completely new dimension to the gameplay, and provides you with the incentive to play the game more and gain more power on your characters. Constellarium allows you to spend talent points for each of the characters. Here’s how you can get more talent points.

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How to Gain More Constellarium Talent Points in Death Must Die

To earn more talent points to spend in the Constellarium in Death Must Die, you must defeat bosses in Act I and Act II. Each time a boss kicks the bucket, you will see some weird dark-purple spheres. You can pick these up by pressing the interact button near them. When the run is over, approach the Constellarium to spend the talent points you’ve picked up, depending on your success. Usually, you’ll get up to four per run maximum.

Each character can have up to 36 talent points. Yes, you will need to farm them separately. I can’t really make a recommendation about what’s the optimal choice for every character. However, I can say that I had fun with multiple different builds. Feel free to experiment to your heart’s content. Rerolls are cheap.

What is Constellarium in Death Must Die

Constellarium is a new “object” in the staging room in Death Must Die that you can approach to check and modify your character’s talents. Over time, you will get more points to spend after each run (yes, this is a grind). However, the number of different builds you can achieve by combining different talents is absolutely astonishing and rewarding!

You’ll also need to push all talent trees of all characters all the way to the end to get 100% achievements in Death Must Die. Luckily, the reroll is not expensive. It’s just 500 Gold. In essence, Constellarium works similarly to the counterpart mechanics you could see in World of Warcraft and League of Legends, for example.

I unlocked Constellarium after my first successful run in Act I. Constellarium is located northeast of the Star Crux, or north of the Merchant.

At our Death Must Die game hub, you can check out more similar gudes such as pieces on Red Gem and Insect Queen.


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