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Slime Rancher 2

Slime Rancher 2 is a sequel to the award-winning, smash-hit original that has been enjoyed by over 15 million fans worldwide. Continue the adventures of Beatrix LeBeau as she journeys to Rainbow Island, a mysterious land brimming with ancient technology, unknown natural resources, and an avalanche of wiggling, jiggling, new slimes to discover.

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The world of Slime Rancher 2 is always growing. Expect lots of free content updates as Rainbow Island expands with new worlds to explore, reveals more wiggly, new slimes to wrangle, and exciting, new features are added to change the way you play.

In an open world the player controls the character Beatrix LeBeau, a rancher who moved from planet Earth to a far away planet to live the life of a slime rancher, centered around ranch construction and the exploration of the environment in order to collect, raise, feed, and breed slimes, gelatinous living organisms of various sizes and characteristics.[2][3]

The game revolves around feeding slimes the correct food so that they can produce "plorts", which can be sold in exchange for Newbucks, a currency required to purchase upgrades for the ranch and its equipment. There are different kinds of slimes in the world, including some introduced for Slime Rancher 2.[4][5] Slimes react and change based on what they are fed.

Hello! Last week we launched Slime Rancher 2 (Game Preview) for Xbox Series XS and Windows 10/11 as well as with Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, and Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta), and have been overwhelmed by the reception as a record-shattering number of new ranchers joined Beatrix LeBeau and embarked for a new slime ranching adventure on Rainbow Island.

Not long after Beatrix arrives on Rainbow Island, she discovers a mysterious Conservatory equipped with everything she needs to begin her new slime ranching adventure. This Conservatory has several expansions that can be purchased to expand your Plort production capabilities, by allowing you to build more slime corrals, gardens, chicken coops, silos, and more.

So whether you want to maximize Plort production and ensure that every slime species is represented so you can dominate the Plort Market, or if you prefer a more laid-back approach to give you ample time to find every Treasure Pod hidden in every secret nook and cranny, Slime Rancher 2 lets you play your way and rewards you for doing so. Rainbow Island is full of possibilities, and many of them come from your own imagination.

Gordos in Slime Rancher 2 are super-sized slimes that often stand guard of rare items and portals to other areas of the map. To get past Gordos in Slime Rancher 2, you must feed them until they explode and clear the way forward. To find out all Gordo Locations and how to get past them, read here.

Over time, you'll fill in more of your map, searching far, wide, high and low to find every slime. And there are a lot of them! There are more than 20 slimes in total, including five that didn't appear in the first game.

Knowing which slimes are found where, what their favorite food is, and any special care needs that arise are the keys to successfully maintaining healthy slimes. Can this slime survive in sunlight? Does this slime need a unique food you can't grow on your ranch? There are many questions a good rancher must ask, and there are answers for you.

There is no more iconic slime in all the Slime Rancher franchise than a Pink Slime. They are the most common slime and can be found in every biome. Pinks even invade a ranch on the first day! Never think you've escaped these guys. Because the moment you turn the next corner, you'll see them popping out of the ground. Pink Slimes are easy-goers, though. They have no favorite food of any type. Instead, these bouncy balls of never-ending joy will eat everything - Meat, fruit, or veggies. They will eat it if they get close enough when hungry. They're a sturdy slime requiring no special treatment either.

The first new Slime Rancher 2 slime a player will encounter is the bunny-shaped Cotton Slimes. They are common in the plains and beach areas of Rainbow Fields, but you can find them occasionally in other regions like Starlight Stand. They will hop out from time to time and on one another's heads. Water Lettuce is the best food for these little rabbits, but they'll eat any veggie they can find. Aside from a vegetable-based diet, these slimes have no special care requirements.

A crowd favorite from the first game has made its return. Tabby Slimes are as playful as their real-world counterpart. They'll purposefully wiggle their butts and then pounce on a rancher for a nice boop (It won't hurt). Also, like their real-world parallels, they are carnivorous. Provide them with a steady diet of chickens, but Stony Hens make them the happiest little kitties anywhere on the Far, Far Range.

Coming out only at night are slimes reminiscent of fireflies in all regions. They give off a small glow as they float through the night sky. A fruit-eater by design, these little guys have an attachment to Cuberries above all other available fruits. The strange-shaped food source is not the only weird thing about these slimes.

Should the sun rises, and they aren't safely tucked away from the rays, the Phosphor Slimes will burst and disappear. In order to keep and care for these slimes, a rancher must either buy a solar shield for their corral or buy the cave area, which naturally acts as protection from the sun.

Rolling back onto the stage are Rock Slimes. These hard-headed slimes can knock a rancher out if a health bar is ignored. Aside from being able to lay a beat-down on a player, Rock Slimes are easy to maintain. Veggies are their food staple, and the best thing to give them is a Heartbeet. Pick up a few in the Ember Valley near the geysers and portal for their most common spawns - Some can be found in the Starlight Strand near the Hunter region as well.

New on the slime scene is Batty Slimes. These winged slimes mostly inhabit caves in some outdoor areas in the Ember Valley. Biting isn't an issue with these little vampires, though - they prefer fruit to blood. Pomegranates are best, but any fruit will make a bat happy. They don't require a dark space on the ranch either, but why not give them one anyway?

A sharper cut than their rocky cousins is the Crystal Slime. They also can hurt an untrained rancher, but it's all about knowing how to move out of their way. Seriously! Just avoid the pointy bits, and you'll be fine. Their main hub is the Ember Valley, and caves and cliff-sides are the easiest places to find Crystal Slimes.

These little oddballs, like Odd Onions, grow hidden in patches among other veggies. They'll eat any veggie, though, so go ahead and vacuum up the whole patch to feed them. These slimes have no special needs aside from their food desires.

Hunter Slimes are carnivorous slime that prefers the rarest spawning meat source - Roostros. They'll take any chicken they can get, though. Found in the Starlight Strand, primarily in the blue region, Hunters are fine as long as they know what they're doing. If you don't and decide to make them into largos without food at the ready, Congratulations! *YOU* are the food now. Hunters instantly become feral when turned into largos until fed. That aside, they make good additions to any ranch.

Another inhabitant of the pink part of the Starlight Strand is the Flutter Slime. These slimes will put even a seasoned rancher to the test. Why? The only thing they eat is Moondew Nectar. This is also the only food source in either game that cannot be grown on the ranch by a player. Instead, you must harvest them at night from the white flowers that only exist in the pink area of the Starlight Strand. Mixing these slimes with something else that has sourced food easily is the best way to keep them on the ranch.

The Sea Hen was introduced alongside these hungry fishes, and it's a good thing, being the slime's favorite food. It will eat any form of a feathery creature when given a chance, and it does not need a pool back on the ranch. Keep them in a corral as you would most other slimes.

Puddle slimes need a water source to live and can not go in a corral. If you've unlocked the beach area on the ranch, there is a built-in tide pool for these guys. If not, a pool must be made in order to bring them home. They can't become largos and have no need for food.

Circling back to a slime that will eat everything there is - the Ringtail Slime. It has no favorite food, so it consumes all food types, just like Pink Slime. It has a unique mechanic not seen in its happy, bubblegum pink companion, though. Ringtail Slimes will turn to stone in the daylight. In the same regard as a Phosphor, this can be countered. Buy a solar shield for outdoor corrals that get hit by light, or put your ringtails in the caves. Ranchers can find Ringtail Slimes in Ember Valley, but they spawn the most in the Starlight Strand near the Flutter Slimes.

Time to continue the adventures of Beatrix LeBeau in the follow up to the smash-hit prequel. Slime Rancher 2 takes you to Rainbow Island where you will be confronted with new lands, new slimes, ancient technology, and much more. Capture Slimes, put them in your conservatory, and feed them to get Plorts to sell and upgrade your tools, build new gadgets, and expand your conservatory. And paired with the beauty of the island, it is just a fun time to walk around and see the sights.

There are some drops when there are a ton of slimes on screen, especially in your conservatory, and turning TDP up will help with that, but I felt the drops didn't justify the change. Later in the game, going up by increments of 1 will solve that, but for a good chunk of it, sticking at around 9 should be fine. 041b061a72


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