- 1 What to Know Before playing Dead Cells?
- 2 How do you beat Dead Cells?
- 3 Where do you go in Dead Cells?
- 4 What do you do with cells in Dead Cells?
- 5 How do you save a dead cell game?
- 6 Can you make Dead Cells easier?
- 7 How long does it take to finish Dead Cells?
- 8 What is the best weapon in Dead Cells?
- 9 Can you beat Dead Cells without dying?
- 10 How many rooms does a dead cell have?
- 11 What weapons unlock Dead Cells?
- 12 How many bosses are in Dead Cells?
- 13 How do you get more cells in a dead cell?
What to Know Before playing Dead Cells?
8 essential Dead Cells tips to know before you play
- Keep rollin’, rollin’, rollin’
- Always ground pound when falling.
- There’s no shame in taking the life-saving Mutation.
- Unlock the random weapon upgrades ASAP.
- Only spend cells on items you think you’ll actually use.
- Stay on the attack to regain some lost health.
How do you beat Dead Cells?
To get stronger in Dead Cells, you’re going to need to upgrade your equipment, and level-up your skills. There are three primary skill pools — Brutality (Red), Tactics (Purple), and Survival (Green). Each weapon fits one of these skill pools, and you’ll want to get as many skill upgrades as possible.
Where do you go in Dead Cells?
Download and view the full map here.
- Your initial path is: Prisoners’ Quarters > Promenade of the Condemned > Ramparts > Black Bridge > Stilt Village > Clock Tower > Clock Room > High Peak Castle > Throne Room.
- A good choice for a mid-game path is:
- Finally, an endgame path to reach the final boss the easiest is:
What do you do with cells in Dead Cells?
You may feel overwhelmed by the options of where to spend cells when you first reach the blueprint vendor. The answer is simple: General Improvements whenever possible. These are upgrades that will persist, granting you healing potions, bonus gold and the ability to recycle useless weapons for even more scratch.
How do you save a dead cell game?
The game saves your progress upon exiting it. To be sure that your progress is saved you can pause the game and select Quit option. Press Continue (presented in the picture above) in the main menu to start in the same location where you left the game. Note – Resuming a game deletes your save.
Can you make Dead Cells easier?
Dead Cells, by default, runs in normal mode. This is the mode, you have to finish the game first (slay all the bosses). You can’t choose easy mode, as the game doesn’t provide that option.
How long does it take to finish Dead Cells?
Well, here’s everything you need to know about how long Dead Cells is and how many levels there are. A full run, from the start to the final boss, will probably take you anywhere from 30 minutes to about an hour, assuming you’re experienced, and well upgraded enough to survive.
What is the best weapon in Dead Cells?
[Top 10] Dead Cells Best Weapons And How To Get Them
- Ice Bow (Best for freezing enemies)
- Frantic Sword (Best for consistent damage)
- Sadist’s Stiletto (Best for fast critical strikes)
- Hokuto’s Bow (Best for increasing DPS)
- Lightning Bolt (Best for mid-range combat)
- Alchemic Carbine (Best for damage over time)
Can you beat Dead Cells without dying?
Yeah, you can.
How many rooms does a dead cell have?
There are 13 areas (or biomes) in Dead Cells, and each tiered area usually has a standard exit, and an optional exit leading to a special location that isn’t required. The standard exit doesn’t require any runes, while the special, secret, or optional exits almost always require one of the four rune powers.
What weapons unlock Dead Cells?
The 10 Best Dead Cells Blueprints (& Where To Find Them)
- 10 Rampart.
- 9 Hokuto’s Bow.
- 8 Great Owl Of War.
- 7 Hemorrhage.
- 6 Lightning Bolt.
- 5 Explosive Crossbow.
- 4 Magic Missile.
- 3 Heavy Turret.
How many bosses are in Dead Cells?
There are currently eight bosses in the game: the Concierge, Conjunctivius, Mama TickTBS, the Time Keeper, the GiantRotG, the ScarecrowFF, the Hand of the King, and a 5 BSC exclusive bossRotG.
How do you get more cells in a dead cell?
Best (& Easiest) Routes To Farm Cells | Faster Upgrades Guide
- Kill every enemy on the map. Even the weak ones — there’s always a chance they’ll drop a cell.
- Search every corner for locked gold doors.
- Follow the standard path — defeating the Concierge and the Time Keeper will give you a bunch of cells.