Remnant 2 Alepsis-Taura

Remnant 2 Alepsis-Taura.

Remnant 2 Alepsis-Taura is a special location that players can visit on N’Erud. This special location is accessible by completing a very specific set of steps. Visiting this location allows players to get a special Relic called the Void Heart. To help you visit this location and get the Relic we’ve put together this brief Remnant 2 Alepsis-Taura guide.

How to Get to Alepsis-Taura in Remnant 2

Remnant 2 Sha'Hala: Spectral Guardian of N'Erud.
Defeat Sha’Hala: Spectral Guardian of N’Erud the normal way.

To go to Alepsis-Taura you need to complete the Seeker’s Keys campaign on N’Erud. Find all three keys and go to the world boss, Sha’Hala: Spectral Guardian of N’Erud. Fight the world boss normally, don’t use the Override Pin, and win.

After you’ve defeated the N’Erud world boss you need to either wait 12 real-world hours or switch your platforms time forward 12-hours. Upon doing this go to Ward-13 and warp back to N’Erud. You will see the locations have all become corrupted except for one in the right corner called Alepsis-Taura. Choose Alepsis Taura to warp to it.

What’s on Alepsis-Taura in Remnant 2

Alepsis-Taura is a barren, open, location. In this location there is a checkpoint you can sit at and a large area you can run around in and explore. The main purpose of visiting this location is to get the Void Heart Relic. This Relic is directly north of the checkpoint. Additionally you can also find a few audio logs in this location to listen to.

If you are hunting the Archon Archetype you have to visit this location to get the Void Heart. This Relic is required for the build that grants access to the corrupted portal in the Labyrinth.

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