Oddworld Soulstorm Endings Guide – How to Get All Endings

Oddworld Soulstorm Endings Guide

This Oddworld Soulstorm Endings Guide will show you how you can get all the different endings in the game. Besides the normal ending, you can tip the scale towards the best, bad, or worst ending, all depending on one single goal of saving the Mukudons.

All the different endings in the game are dependant on how many Mukdons you save. The more Mukodons you save in each level, meaning if the percentage of Mukodons is more than 80% in all the stages, you are on the path to get the good ending if not the best ending.

Oddworld Soulstorm Endings Guide

Below we have detailed how you can get all the endings in the game.

Good Endings

There are two good endings you can get in the game, which are the best ending and the normal good ending. The good ending will also give you two additional levels to play, while the best ending gets you more levels plus the newspaper cinematic scene.

You can pretty much ensure a good ending if all your stages have above 80% or more saved Mukodons in the 15 base levels of the game. If you do a step better and save all the Mukdons, you will then get the best ending in Oddworld Soulstorm.

Bad/Worst Ending

As you might have already guessed, the lesser the number of Mukodons you save, the more likely you are to get the bad endings or the worst ending. The worst ending can be obtained by keeping the number of Mukodons saved to less than 80% for at least six levels. Doing so will cut the game short and finish it after the 15th level.

The bad ending also works the same way, but keeping the number to 80% in less than 11 levels will get you the bad ending. This ending is slightly better than the worst one and gives you a small cinematic after the 15th level.

This concludes our Oddworld Soulstorm Endings Guide. Post your comments below.

You May Also Like

About the Author: Salik Shah

An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *