All Locations in Mortal Shell

In Mortal Shell there are a number of locations for players to visit. These locations are named and typically feature a Sester Gennessa in them. If you are curious as to what all the places are called in Mortal Shell, or if you just want to see how many there are, you’ve come to the right place. Below is our complete all locations in Mortal Shell list.

Every Named Location in Mortal Shell

Image showing how to Fast Travel in Mortal Shell.

There are a total of 10 named locations in Mortal Shell that are split across four distinct areas. These distinct areas are the hub and the three areas that house the glands players must collect to complete the game. Each named location in the game will pop up on your screen when you enter it for the first time. Also remember that each named location has a Sester Genessa inside it which can be used to fast travel to later in the game. The named locations in Mortal Shell are as follows:

Fallgrim/Fallgrim Outskirts

  • Fallgrim Tower.

Shrine of Ash

  • Temple Grounds.
  • Monument of Ash.
  • Sanctum of Flame.

Seat of Infinity

  • Eternal Narthex.
  • Dim Gate.
  • Shivering Archives.

Crypt of Martyrs

  • Abandoned Chamber.
  • Enshrined Sanctum.
  • Martyr’s Altar.

You will visit all of the locations listed above as you progress the main story-line in the game. Each named location features its own design and theme. This theme is often reflected in the name of the location and the theme of the weapon you can acquire there.

There are no secret areas or areas you won’t visit during your playthrough. The areas listed above have to be visited if you wish to beat the game. There is no way around this. Completing all of the areas will take you anywhere from 7-15 hours depending on how good at combat you are and how thoroughly you explore.

This post is part of our larger Mortal Shell guide and walkthrough. Check it out if you need more help finding all weapons, bosses, side quests, items, and other secrets in the game.

That’s all locations in Mortal Shell. Let me know which was your favorite and least favorite in The Pit below.

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