In Atomic Heart, there are very talkative corpses. Talking to everyone will unlock The Necromancer achievement. More on this in the following guide.
Exploration, combat and puzzle solving are the tasks that await you in Atomic Heart. There are many nooks and crannies in the game that are worth investigating as you will gain access to valuable resources as well as equipment blueprints. You can also discover various secrets. Among them are some rather talkative dead. Finding them all will unlock The Necromancer achievement. In this guide we will tell you more about it.
What is the achievement The Necromancer
The Necromancer is credited to talk to all the dead. Without going into major spoilers, it’s safe to say that some bodies haven’t completely blacked out. There is still a spark of reason burning within them, and it is these interlocutors who want this fulfillment. To unlock it, you will have to go through some troubles, because there are up to 46 bodies that still have something to tell. Fortunately, are easy to recognize and find with the scanner.
Talking to them is also recommended for those who want to learn the lore of the game world. This brings you closer to the events leading up to your arrival at the resort. Thanks to them, you will have a more complete picture of the situation.
How to find talking bodies
your best friend is the scanner. Use it at every place you visit. In this mode, the bodies you are looking for shiny teal sequins. Fortunately, they are quite easy to find. In the first place, they are tall and lie on the ground. Also, your device does not detect other corpses, so there is no chance of confusing them.
Besides, the game will take you to some of the corpses during the storylinesince it will be necessary to speak to them to accomplish certain tasks. This is how you will talk to your first “undead”. Therefore, before that time comes, you don’t have to worry about looking for them. Remember, though, that you’ll have to find most of the talking undead yourself. Luckily, the scanner has a long range, so the task shouldn’t be that difficult.
If you want to know more about the game, we recommend reading:
- Atomic Heart – game guide
Mundfish, the studio behind Atomic Heart is a Russian company based in Cyprus. The team includes programmers and specialists from all over the world. More information on Atomic Heart’s controversial release date, as well as the unclear links to Mundfish and the institutions that indirectly fund the Russian government’s budget, can be found here.