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Hey there, vampire slayers! So, you’ve managed to sink your teeth into Redfall’s main storyline and you’re feeling a bit lost without your trusty wooden stake? Well, fear not, because we’ve got you covered! In this article, we’re going to talk about all the things you can sink your fangs into once you’ve completed the main campaign. From side quests to world-building, there’s still plenty of content to enjoy in this vampiric shooter. So, grab your popcorn and let’s get into it!
While Redfall doesn’t have any original endgame content, that doesn’t mean you have to stop having fun once you’ve beaten the main story. There are still plenty of things to do in the game, including side objectives, exploring the world, and finding Easter eggs. In the following list, we will give you some ideas on what to do after finishing the game. So, let’s dive in and see what Redfall has to offer even after the main story is over.
If you’re the type of gamer who loves to fully complete a game, then earning every achievement in Redfall (even the achievements which are easy to miss out) is definitely something you should consider. The Trophies or Achievements available on PlayStation, Steam, and Xbox will give you an added challenge and more hours of gameplay. Completing side quests and gathering collectibles are just some of the achievements you can earn, and they will also let you explore the massive world more. Just be aware that some achievements may end in a number other than five or zero, which can ruin a perfect total Gamerscore for Xbox players.
Did you know that in Redfall, you have the freedom to choose your preferred playstyle? You can sneak around quietly or go all out like John Wick. And when it comes to characters, each protagonist has their own unique set of abilities and playstyle. So, after finishing the game with one character, why not start a new game as another protagonist and experience their abilities? Who knows, you might discover a new favorite character and have an even better experience in the vampire-infested town of Redfall.
Another option: why not try unlocking all the safehouses and visiting all the historical markers? These locations are not only practical for fast travel but also give you extra tasks to complete. Investigating the historical markers will earn you a fast travel point, while the safehouses require you to clear out hostiles and power up the building. Once you unlock these locations, you’ll have a place to resupply and complete some quests. So, give it a try and explore every corner of Redfall!
Destroying all Vampire Nests should be on your list too. These timed-based combat challenges involve taking down a heart and collecting loot before time runs out, giving you a fun challenge and great rewards. What’s more, each nest comes with different modifiers that add a fresh layer of difficulty, making your loadout tested to see if you’re ready to deal with the onslaught of bloodsuckers.
Don’t just focus on the main mission, because Redfall has plenty of side quests that are worth completing. Not only will you get extra guns and experience for new abilities, but you’ll also earn Achievements for completing every optional mission. Sure, some of the side quests can get repetitive, but they’re still a great way to spend some extra time in this looter shooter with RPG elements. So, be sure to check out the game’s map and help out the survivors who haven’t turned into crazed cultists.
Don’t forget that you can also team up with your friends for some co-op action. Joining your friends’ worlds will not only allow you to help them complete the story, but you can also work together to achieve other goals, such as completing side quests and earning Achievements. In addition to that, playing with others lets you explore the synergy between different characters’ abilities and experiment with new combinations to take on cultists and vampires more effectively.
If you’re looking for some other things to do after beating Redfall’s main storyline, there are a few options to keep you occupied. One interesting quest involves discovering the fate of the Blackwood sisters. To do this, you’ll need to explore the Blackwood House and find each sister’s key, then read their diaries to uncover their story.
Another option is to play through the game on the newly-unlocked Eclipse difficulty, which will make the vampires even tougher to beat. So, there are still plenty of challenges to tackle in Redfall even after you’ve finished the main campaign.
While Redfall may not have any original endgame content, there are still plenty of things to do after completing the main storyline. From earning all achievements, starting a new game with a different protagonist, destroying all vampire nests, to completing all side quests, there’s something for everyone to sink their fangs into. Players can also discover the fate of the Blackwood Sisters or challenge themselves by playing through the game on Eclipse difficulty. So, don’t let the lack of endgame content discourage you, as Redfall still has a lot to offer.