FAQs or Frequently Asked Questions for Remnant: From the Ashes gives answers to the most common queries for the game. Players can find details on the game's PC specs, its performance, as well as useful links to in-depth information for each Location, NPCsBosses, and many more.

 

Remnant: From the Ashes FAQ

When is the release date of Remnant?

Remnant: From the Ashes releases on all platforms on August 20, 2019. Remnant: From the Ashes is available for Pre-Order and will be playable on PC (Steam), Playstation®4, and Xbox One.

 

What are the Pre-Order Bonuses?

Players can enjoy the following bonuses for pre-ordering the game:

  • VIP Access - Guarantee your spot in an exclusive early access weekend and get to play Remnant: From the Ashes before its official launch on August 20th, 2019.
  • Exclusive Character Armor Sets - Survive in style in these unique armor sets. Deliver divine retribution in the Doomsayer Ex-Cultist Armor, unleash hell upon your enemies in the Gladiator Scrapper Armor, and get the drop on your foes in the Nightstalker Hunter Armor.
  • Survivor Pack Bonus - Give yourself an early edge with this survivor pack full of weapon crafting materials to improve your artillery, medical supplies to keep you alive, and a temporary XP boost to give you a head start against the Root. You're gonna need it.

The survival action co-op shooter is already available for pre-order on Arc, Playstation®4, Steam, and Xbox One.

 

Will there be DLC?

Currently, information regarding DLC is still unknown. However, it is possible that there will be DLC that will be added later on which will focus on a new realm, sets of enemies, equipment and many more. See the DLC page for information.

 

Does it support cross-play?

Unfortunately, playing online with other people or your friends does not support cross-platform play.

 

Is there Character Customization?

Yes, players will be able to customize and choose a variety of cosmetic features, gender, voice, facial features and many more before choosing their starting archetype (class). See our Classes page to learn more.

Can you play in Co-op?

The answer is YES. Remnant: From the Ashes is an action shooter three-player co-op game. Players can, of course, play the game as a single-player but it is highly recommended that you invest and jump in the game by playing with other people or better yet your friends since the game highlights various equipment that focuses on teamwork. As mentioned, the maximum capacity to create a team is up to three players only but you can still play it on your own or in duos. See our Cooperative Play page to learn more about the mechanics.

 

What is Dynamic Generation?

Remnant: From the Ashes is a game that introduces Dynamic Generation. As you may have already known, there are (currently) four different realms that a player can travel to, and each realm consists of dungeons, enemies, various items, NPCs, Bosses, etc.  Now, once a player enters a realm, Dynamic Generation is then applied and works its way around by creating a different layout of an environment, NPC locations, enemy behavior, loots, encounters, events, quests, and many more. This makes the game unique and it stands out on its own since you'll always encounter something new and exciting. For instance, you may come across an event where you encounter a talking tree, then if you revisit the same realm that talking tree won't be there but instead has a different area layout and now has a helicopter that is engulfed by the same tree. Dungeon Bosses and World Bosses also are affected with this since each player will have a different encounter every time you step into a realm. This is where co-op play is highly recommended since even though you haven't encountered a specific event that you want to complete and if a friend of yours is running that campaign/event, you can simply join and help your friend and acquire the same sweet loot at the same time.

 

 




    • Anonymous

      01 Sep 2019 04:52  

      There is nothing dynamic about the random generation in that it always sucks and is poorly balanced for both single and multiplayer. It's very easy to make an unfairly hard game; it is right at these devs' skill level. Git Gud, Gunfire Games.

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