Metal: Hellsinger Sigils | How to Unlock
Metal: Hellsinger is all about blasting your way through Hell and rocking out to the best of your ability while doing so. The overall goal is to accumulate the highest possible score in each game’s different levels, called Hells. That’s why if you really want to shoot to new limits for a new high score, you’ll need Sigils. These act much like perks to let you gain new powers, run faster, and deal more damage, all of which help you attain a new high score. This guide will show you how to unlock and use them.
How to Unlock Sigils in Metal: Hellsinger
You’ll unlock Sigils in Metal: Hellsinger by completing Torments. Once you’ve completed a Hell, three Torments will pop up, which are basically mini-levels set within that stage. There are 21 Torments in total, seven of which grant you the game’s seven Sigils.
Here is of all the Hells and their Torments you need to complete to unlock the base seven Sigils:
- Streak Guardian Sigil – complete first Torment “Killing with Rhythm”
- Ghost Rounds Sigil – complete second Torment “Weapon Trickery”
- Boon Momentum Sigil – complete third Torment “Relic Thief”
- Unyielding Fury Sigil – complete first Torment “Giant Slayer”
- Last Breath Aegis Sigil – complete second Torment “Death’s Edge”
- Ultimate Sovereignty Sigil – complete the first Torment “Ultimate Mastery”
- Perfectionist Sigil – complete first Torment “Slaughter Mastery”
It’s good to note, that the other 14 Torments work towards ranking up each Sigil to a max rank of three. This will simply boost the current stats of each for a greater effect. It’s something you’ll eventually want to do, since the more powerful your Sigils are, the higher the score you’ll be able to achieve.
Because you can only equip two Sigils before entering Hell, it may take some trial and error to find the ones that suit your playstyle. But once you’ve found a winning combination, we’re sure you’ll be pushing your high score to new heights.
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