Dead Estate is an exciting and dynamic roguelike. Players must play as one of 8 different characters and complete randomly generated floors. On each floor, many different monsters and of course bosses will be waiting for you. To fight, you can find various weapons and items that give different bonuses and abilities. And in this guide, we want to tell you about the locations of all the Hidden Rooms in Dead Estate.
All Hidden Room Locations
While playing Dead Estate, players can find various Hidden Rooms with loot and money. There is only one such room per floor, and, of course, it spawns randomly. In total, there are 4 types of Secret Rooms:
- Gold pots
- Double Gifts
The type of Hidden Room is also generated randomly. Fortunately, there are several ways to find such Rooms. And we’ll start with the worst way.
How to find the Hidden Rooms in Dead Estate
First method: In merchandise outlets, players can purchase various items from Cordelia. Here you can find a map of the current floor. Although this map does not show where and what enemies are, it will help you find out where the Hidden Room is. However, this item costs 200 dollars. And it’s very expensive because in the Hidden Rooms you can find even less than 100 dollars. And it’s obviously not worth it.
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Second method: The second way takes more time, but you save money. Entering the room, you have a few seconds to see the faint glow of the passage to the Hidden Room. If you are careful, you can find the desired room.
Third method: You can also just walk along the walls until you fall into a secret passage. It takes a very long time, but you will definitely be able to find the Hidden Room. Also, you should be aware that these rooms most often spawn diagonally from all but one room, through which you can get inside.
And so, exploring the floors in Dead Estate, you definitely want to collect all possible loot. So, follow our advice to find all the Hidden Rooms. We hope you enjoyed this guide.
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