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Remnant 2: How to Get Simulacrum

Simulacrum are needed for Relic upgrades in Remnant 2, here's how to get one!

As a valuable and scarce material in Remnant 2, you might be wondering how to get Simulacrum. As somebody who generally needs a lot of health potions or healing materials in games, using Simulacrum to upgrade my Relic is a priority. Luckily, there’s one way for us to find one without fighting the greatest gaming enemy: RNG.

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How to Get Simulacrum in Remnant 2

  • There are two ways to get Simulacrum.
  • Simulacrum are used to upgrade Relics, increasing the number of charges.

Purchasing Simulacrum from Cass

The first and most consistent way to get a Simulacrum is to visit Cass in Ward 13. If you’ve forgotten, we spent the tutorial with her and helped her get to Ward 13 for medical treatment.

After she’s been patched up and has taken a nice nap, she’ll become a Scrap Vendor who sells Simulacrum among her items. The downside is that you need a lot of Scrap, and that can take awhile to farm.

Finding Simulacrum in the World(s)

The second way to get Simulacrum is exploring worlds, killing enemies, opening chests, and hoping throughout it all that one will appear. So while you might stumble upon a Simulacrum, this method isn’t reliable or predictable enough for farming.

How to Upgrade Your Relic in Remnant 2

When you have a Simulacrum, you can take it, Lumenite Crystals, and more Scrap to Wallace in Ward 13 to upgrade your Relic, which I did as early as possible.

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After you learn how to get a Simulacrum in Remnant 2 and earn more Relic charges, you might be interested in more guides like the best campaign progression path or how to unlock adventure mode.

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Melissa Sarnowski has been working as a gaming writer professionally for two years, having been at GameSkinny for over a year now as a horror beat writer. She has an English degree from University of Wisconsin - Madison. While she focuses on all things horror, she also enjoys cozy games, MMOs like FFXIV and WoW, and any and everything in between.