The Deathloop guide contains a set of information that helps to understand the most important principles of the gameplay, as well as to complete all stages, successfully eliminate all the main objectives of the mission and discover 100% of the available content.
The first big chapter is the game guide, which focuses mainly on discussing the unusual formula of the game. The following pages of the guide explain what are the cycleshow the mechanics of rebirth work, how much freedom does the player have, what are final victory requirements in the game, or what weapons and powers are available for the main protagonists. The guide is complemented by a FAQ section that answers a number of common questions, among others, is Deathloop is a singleplayer game, can I save game, and how invasions of other players' worlds work.
In our guide you'll find walkthrough descriptions for all main and side tasks. It is worth noting that in the game there is a lot of freedom of when to access them and in what order. The guide contains extensive tips and hints how to kill 8 main antagonists for the purpose of completing the main storyline. The walkthrough description is complemented by information on collectibles and secrets available in the game.
You will also find the trophy guide which explains how to easily unlock all the achievements and how to earn the platinum trophy in Deathloop. We also included information about controls, system requirements, similarities to the Dishonored series, and how long does it take to complete Deathloop.
- Deathloop: Beginner's tips
- Deathloop: Walkthrough
- Deathloop: All bosses (Visionaries)
- Deathloop: Game guide
- Deathloop: FAQ
- Deathloop: Trophies and platinum
- Deathloop: Game length
- Deathloop: PC system requirements
- Deathloop: Game editions
- Deathloop: language versions of the game
Deathloop: Beginner's tips
- Don't try to discover all the content right away. In most cases, this will not be possible without prior preparation. In other cases, locked areas may become accessible at other times of the day. Deathloop is built in such a way that you will return to the same areas dozens of times throughout the campaign to discover new things and examine new clues.
- Do the Ubiquity trail right after finishing the prologue. It is extremely important because it will allow you to save individual elements of equipment between cycles by spending Residuum.
- Unlock the Shift power as soon as possible, which is by far the most useful and versatile of all that Colt can have. By default, Shift can be obtained by eliminating Charlie (one of the Visionaries - bosses), but it can also be a random reward for defeating Julianna.
- Tag the spotted opponents (down on the d-pad). This will allow you to follow their actions even after they disappear from your field of vision, reducing the chance of encountering them by accident. In addition, you can "scan" them and learn, for example, about their equipment.
- There are several different paths leading to most of the locations. Do not get discouraged if the path you have chosen seems very difficult. You can, for example, try to get to the roofs and high balconies or look for another entrance to the building associated with the current mission.
- Hack all detected sensors (cameras) and turrets. Colt starts the game with Hackamajig, a gadget with unlimited use. Hack sensors to avoid triggering alarms. Hacking turrets can also make them attack enemies.
- Prepare for each subsequent run. You can do this in the tunnels visited after each mission. Set a good time of day for the task, put new or the best-suited gear in the active slots, and try to Infuse the newly acquired valuables.
- React to the message informing that Julianna has appeared - she can be controlled by AI or another player. You should quickly prepare a good weapon, heal the hero and try to reach a place from where you can spot the antagonist more easily and attack her first.
For more tips and tricks, including the more extensive versions of the ones above, check out the Beginnger's guide page.
In Deathloop, there are numerous main and side missions to complete, however, due to the unusual structure of the game, there is a lot of freedom in choosing the order of doing that. Completing all of them within one cycle will not always be an option.
- Colt's Prologue - The Longest Day
- Space Invader
- Afternoon Delight
- Devouring of the Lambs
- Chaos Theory
- Lost in Transmission
- Radio Silence
- Ballad of Ramblin’ Frank
- What Wenjies Want
Deathloop: All bosses (Visionaries)
When you play as Colt, the gameplay in Deathloop largely focuses on eliminating the 8 major antagonists known as Visionaries. A separate chapter of the guide describes the confrontations with individual antagonists, which includes tips on how to effectively kill them.
- Aleksis "The Wolf" Dorsey
- Charlie Montague
- Egor Serling
- Fia Zborowska
- Ramblin' Frank Spicer
- Harriet Morse
- Dr. Wenjie Evans
- Julianna Blake - she is a unique Visionary, as she is the only one of this group who actively hunts Colt at all times; Julianna can also be controlled by another player
Deathloop: Game guide
Deathloop it features unique gameplay mechanics when compared to many other action games. In our game guide, we describe all the unusual and more complex mechanics of the game. This knowledge will help you to understand the basics of the game and increase the effectiveness of your actions in subsequent approaches to the campaign.
- Time loops - On this page we explain what time loops are and how to limit the maximum length of each cycle.
- Death and respawn - This page contains information about what will happen after the death of the controlled character, as well as how the respawn mechanics affect the progress of the game.
- Fighting and sneaking - This page contains the most important information and advice on eliminating enemies in direct combat, as well as sneaking to avoid confrontation or killing opponents with surprise attacks.
- World exploration - This page contains information about the general rules of exploring the game world, finding secrets, using alternative paths or using powers to reach new places.
- Character development - This page explains in detail the character development mechanics and how it affects subsequent playthroughs.
- Best weapons - This page contains a list of the most useful weapons along with information on when you can obtain them.
- Best powers - This page features a list of the most useful powers that the main character can use; the list is expanded with practical tips on how to use the powers in the best possible way.
- Colt and Julianna - playable characters - This page describes the rules of controlling Colt and Julianna. We explain what each of these characters is aiming for and what the gameplay looks like in the case of a solo game.
- Hacking - This page explains how to unlock the hacking mechanic, how to use hacking, what objects can be tracked through hacking, as well as its main advantages.
Deathloop it is a game in which many of the mechanics have been implemented in an unusual way and as a result, understanding some of the issues can be problematic. The FAQ section of the guide includes answers to a Frequently Asked Questions.
- Singleplayer - is it in the game? - This page answers a very important question-whether you can play Deathloop as a typical single player production. We have also explained how to interact with other players.
- Invasions - what are they? - This page provides a detailed explanation of the role of Julianna Blake in the game and the associated mechanics of invading other players. In addition, you'll learn whether Julianna can be controlled by artificial intelligence instead of the player.
- Saving the game - is it possible? - This page explains whether you can save the game on a regular basis, and also if any of the progress is saved permanently even if the main character prematurely dies.
- Time limit - is there in the game? - This page explains if you need to hurry when exploring subsequent locations and whether you need to kill all targets during one time loop.
- Time of day - how to change it? - The page explains what times of day are available, in what circumstances can they change and how that affects the gameplay.
- Power and weapons - how to keep? - From this page you'll learn how to keep the skills and weapons you obtained in order to use them in the next loop even if you die.
- Main character - how to heal? - Here you will find an overview of the two main methods of recovering health points. This is important because you don't recover health points over time.
- Trinkets - how to use? - The page explains what Trinkets are and how to obtain them, as well as how to make the Trinkets start working.
- Batteries - what do they do? - On this page, we answer what you can do with the Batteries found in the game world. We also suggest how to regenerate used Batteries.
- Delivery booths - how to unlock? - Learn what Delivery Booths are and how to move objects between them.
- Difficulty level - can you change it? - On the page, we explain whether Deathloop has an option to change the difficulty level and whether the level of the challenge can change autonomously.
- Poisonous gas - how to avoid? - Here you will find tips on how to deal with poisonous gas in locations, how to use gas against opponents, as well as how to become immune to the effects of the gas.
- Reactor - how to shut down? - This page has a detailed explanation of how to solve the puzzle of turning off the reactor in Fii's bunker. This way you can avoid the reactor explosion and the destruction of the entire island.
- Aleksis - how to expose? - On this page, we have compiled two main methods of identifying Alexis, that is, one of the Visionaries-bosses. It'll make it easier for you to eliminate him.
- Point of no return - is it in the game? - The page answers whether it is possible to continue the game after completing the main storyline (endgame phase).
- Yerhva - how to pass the quiz? - This page has a list of all the questions and answers for the quiz about the island, available in Karl's Bay.
- The awakening challenge - where are the boxes? - The page shows the locations of the boxes associated with one of Charlie's games that need to be found within a time limit.
Deathloop: Trophies and platinum
Deathloop allows you to earn the platinum trophy on PS5. In our trophy guide there are detailed instructions on what requirements each achievement has and how to fulfill its objectives. There are 55 different trophies to collect.
- Trophies/Achievements - list of all trophies
The more complex achievements have separate pages:
- Violent Delights
- Not-So-Invisible Man
- The Spice of Life
- Judgment Day
- Game Over
- A Charlie Montague Game
- Deathday Suit
Deathloop: Game length
Deathloop is a game in which it is difficult to give an approximate time of a single playthrough, because much depends on how the player will cope in a given cycle and whether he will focus solely on catching the main opponents, excluding all optional content. Roughly, it can be assumed that completing the game without too much haste should take an average of about a dozen hours.
Learn more about the length of the main storyline and the amount of time it takes to complete Deathloop in100% in the Game length section.
Deathloop: PC system requirements
- Processor: Intel Core i5-8400 @ 2.80 GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 1600
- RAM: 12 GB
- Graphics card: Nvidia GTX 1060 (6GB) or AMD RX 580 (8GB)
- Operating System: Windows 10, 64-bit (version 1909 or later)
- DirectX: 12
- Disk space: about 30 GB
For the recommended PC requirements, as well as the available graphics modes for the PS5 version, see the System requirements page.
Deathloop: Game editions
Deathloop comes in two versions - standard and Deluxe. Their basic story content is identical, although the Deluxe Edition offers, among other things, additional items (weapons, reinforcements and others), some of which can be helpful in completing the game.
All Deathloop editions are discussed in more detail on a separate page titled Game editions.
Deathloop: language versions of the game
Deathloop comes in full English language version. It is also possible to set English subtitles and / or dialogs.
Set of information on available language versions in Deathloop can be found on the page language versions.
About Deathloop Guide
Author : Jacek "Stranger" Halas for gamepressure.com
Translator : Mateusz "Ictius" Sawka
last update : July 21, 2021
Use the comments below to submit your updates and corrections to this guide.
Deathloop Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Arkane Studios
- publisher: Bethesda Softworks
- platform: PC, PS5
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