Labyrinth Armor is a brand new armor set in Swamps of Corsus. This new armor set is one of the best in the game that comes with two unique traits. We’ll show you all the steps you need to know for how to get Labyrinth Armor in Remnant from the Ashes Swamps of Corsus.
How to get Labyrinth Armor in Remnant From The Ashes Swamps of Corsus
- Encounter Iskal Queen and get Cryptolith Sigil
- Find the Cryptolith and use Sigil on it three times
- Enter portal to Labyrinth and collect Labyrinth Armor
First, you need to encounter the Iskal queen on adventure mode. You need to deliver her the Guardian’s Heart, after which she will thank you for doing so. She will then gift you a Cryptolith Sigil.
After you have the Cryptolith Sigil from the Iskal queen, you can choose to fight the queen or leave the area. Since you have the item you need for the Labyrinth Armor, fighting her is not required at this point.
Now, you need to find the Cryptolith, and this is where the RNG comes into play a little bit. The Cryptolith Towers can spawn anywhere on Corsus, Rhom, Yaesha, or Earth. In every Adventure Mode playthrough, you have a chance of encountering the Cryptolith tile spawn.
When you find it, you need to access the Cryptolith and use the Cryptolith Sigil on it. You can only activate it once per world roll, though. For that reason, you will need to find this spawn on three separate adventure world rolls.
The first time you use the Cryptolith Sigil, you’ll receive the Concentration trait. This trait increases your weapon mod durations by 20% at max level.
The second time you use the Sigil you’ll receive the Blood Bond trait. This grants you 15% damage absorption by your summons whenever you take damage.
Finally, the third time you activate the pillar a portal will pop up nearby. Enter the portal to transport to an area of the Labyrinth. Here you will find three pieces of the armor set scattered around, including the Helm, Armor, and Greaves.
Labyrinth Armor Set
The Labyrinth Armor Set Bonus is Power Surge, which increases the total weapon mod damage, and pulls scrap and iron materials towards the wearer. Here’s the set-piece bonus:
- One Piece: +15% Damage
- Two Pieces: +30% Damage
- Three Pieces: +50% Damage