Remnant from the Ashes Adds a New Dungeon and Belly Flops

Remnant from the Ashes Adds a New Dungeon and Belly Flops

Remnant: From the Ashes adds a new dungeon and belly flops

Remnant: From the Ashes has a new dungeon. The latest patch, which came out Thursday afternoon, added the Leto’s Lab dungeon to the game, as well as making a few balance, and quality of life changes.

Leto’s Lab will bring a slightly different challenge to players than Remnant’s other dungeons by bringing players a new “unique puzzle.” The dungeon will also reveal new story information about how the World Stone was created and what exactly went wrong.

Just like most of the game’s other dungeons, Leto’s Lab is dynamically spawned either in Adventure Mode or Campaign. Since each time a player restarts the Remnant campaign the game randomly chooses which dungeons and bosses will be a part of that playthrough, some players may have to re-roll the campaign several times to get one with the new dungeon in it. Adventure mode, which was added last patch allows players to only re-roll one of the game’s zones, so you would only have to re-roll Earth to have a chance at the new dungeon instead of starting an entirely new campaign.

The reward for completing Leto’s Lab is the new set of armor called Leto’s Armor. The armor is the heaviest game, but gives the player the new belly flop ability which can do a bit of AOE damage to all the enemies around them.

While the new dungeon is the highlight, Remnant’s latest patch also makes a few other changes to the game. The patch buffed the Adrenaline item to increase player movement speed slightly more than it did in the past. Perhaps the best change in the patch is the fact that players can now find Simulacrum in Adventure Mode, giving them a chance to earn additional Dragon Hearts, Remnant’s healing item, in the game’s new mode.

For a full look at all the changes in this latest Remnant: From the Ashes patch you can view the full notes below.



  • Welcome to Leto’s Lab!

DEVELOPER COMMENT: This all-new dungeon can be found dynamically in Ruined Earth within both the main campaign and Adventure Mode itself. Explore this hidden laboratory and discover the dark secrets of Dr. Leto Apostolakis experiments. Take a trip through Leto’s Lab and see if you can brave the horrors lurking within.

  • Many collision fixes and tweaks
  • Dozens of updates and fixes for performance in Rhom
  • LOD fixes for performance
  • Dozens of animation updates
  • Removed many unused audio files for optimization
  • Removed duplicate foliage

DEVELOPER COMMENT: This time around, we made many changes behind the scenes to help improve performance across the game.


  • Fix for Soul Anchor disappearing from inventory
  • Fixed an UNREAL issue with VOIP causing crashes
  • Bleed effects no longer appear when shooting into clouds/mist
  • Enabled listen option when starting a game in offline mode and then switching to online
  • Fixed emitter for certain mud effects
  • Removed a key association for certain backtrack doors
  • Fixed a handful of typos
  • Fixed an issue causing certain values to be shown incorrectly
  • Added a fix for proper trait/achievement persistence
  • Fixed a rare case where the Wailing Wood would lose its weak spot
  • Added a fix for scenarios that caused infinite zone loads

DEVELOPER COMMENT: More bug fixes! Not much to say other than that we are always working on fixing as many bugs as we can between patches. Sometimes they are big, sometimes they are small, but they add up!


  • Added a check and notification to warn players of improper data and the option to reset it when detected
  • Added limited level classes to avoid getting overleveled gear in Adventure Mode and other people’s games
  • Simulacrums can now drop in Adventure Mode
  • Dead Zone minimum can now be set to 0 for consoles

DEVELOPER COMMENT: There have been cases of player data (on PC) being corrupted online by “players of questionable intent”. We’ve implemented the start of a system to help fix issues where data is affected and allowed people to avoid being stuck with altered data. We also fixed an oversight where Simulacrum wasn’t dropping in Adventure Mode, reduced the minimum dead zone setting on console to 0, and also adjusted how pre-leveled gear drops and affects lower level players.


DEVELOPER COMMENT: In the interest of making more items viable, we’ve made a few small changes to a handful of them. These aren’t meant to be gigantic changes that totally change how things work, but more of a nudge in the right direction. We have larger changes for items coming in a future patch!

  • Gravity Stone: Lowered the number of enemies in proximity requirement from 3 to 2
  • Gravity Stone: Increased the range from 8m to 10m
  • Gravity Stone: Reduced the damage increase from 25% to 20% to compensate for easier access to buff
  • Rock of Anguish: Reduced movement speed buff from 25% to 20%
  • Sagestone: Increased EXP bonus from 15% to 25%
  • Scavenger’s Bauble: Increased scrap boost from 25% to 35%


  • Leto: Added Leto’s Armor
  • Leto: Added belly flop AOE damage (equivalent to a Hammer swing)
  • Leto: Added unique / slower backdash

DEVELOPER COMMENT: Explore the mysteries of Leto’s Lab to discover Leto’s Armor, the heaviest armor set in the game. The oft-requested belly flop is now a reality (complete with AOE damage on landing).

  • Drifter: Increased the 1-pc Aim Walk Speed Buff from 25% to 50%

DEVELOPER COMMENT: We wanted to make sure players felt the impact of the AIM speed buff... so we buffed it!


  • Flicker Cloak: Adjusted duration so that it did not last indefinitely (until broken)
  • Flicker Cloak: Adjusted total damage absorption amount
  • Flicker Cloak: Adjusted mod power buildup requirement
  • Flicker Cloak: Added text to explain that it prevents caster from being staggered

DEVELOPER COMMENT: This wasn’t officially out yet, but some players had access by nefarious means. We’ve made adjustments to the “beta” Flicker Cloak to get it ready for release!


DEVELOPER COMMENT: Just like with the small item tweaks, we made a couple of changes to Adrenaline and Frenzy Dust to make them a bit more appealing. For Frenzy Dust, we also wanted to better represent how it worked (and how it was meant to work). Players need to stand in the dust when it is cast to get the buff (how it has always been) and it goes away much quicker to represent that it isn’t a constant aura that you can jump in and out of.

  • Adrenaline: Increased movement speed up from 10% to 15%
  • Adrenaline: Added 25% Aim Walk Speed Boost
  • Adrenaline: Duration increased from 30s to 45s
  • Frenzy Dust: Shortened the duration of the mist from 10s to 2s to make it more clear that it is a 1x buff and not an aura
  • Frenzy Dust: Fixed the buff to refresh when using another Frenzy Dust


  • Brought the Wasteland Goodboy some treats from Earth. He enjoyed them... quite a bit.

DEVELOPER COMMENT: Perhaps too much even...

Please restart your game client to apply the update. Players will need to be on the same version to group up in multiplayer.

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