How to Get the You Shall Pass Achievement in Remnant 2

The Warden has a gift for the most devouted.

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Remnant 2: The Awakened King added a handful of new achievements for you to earn, with one particular achievement being tough to get. Here’s how to get the You Shall Pass achievement in Remnant 2.

How to Unlock the You Shall Pass Achievement in Remnant 2

To get the You Shall Pass achievement, you need to speak to the Bridge Warden found in front of the Mournful Promenade checkpoint. However, any time you get close to him, he’ll try to attack you. That’s because of a few things. First and foremost, you need the Zealot armor set. While we have a complete guide on getting this armor set that you can find below, the idea is to get to the tower where Nimue is located. You’ll find a person in wizard clothing hanging from a rope at a high-up camp. Shoot the rope, then loot the body to get the armor set.

Once you have the armor set, you may run into the same issue I do in that he still tries to attack you. If you do, you’ll need a way of going invisible to buy time. The way I went about this is to use the Hunter Archetype’s Shroud ability, but you can use whatever you want. The idea here is to activate that ability, then run up and talk to him before his animation to attack you finishes. If you speed through the conversation and select the option to end it fast enough, you’ll get the ring and the achievement before he hits you. From there, you’re free to continue as you would normally.

Remnant 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. If you’re looking for another achievement, check out our guide on all endings to Remnant 2: The Awakened King.

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