Slime Rancher 2

How to Get Ringtail Slimes in Slime Rancher 2

Where to Find Ringtail Slimes in Slime Rancher 2

Slime Rancher 2 is finally here, as the sequel to its much-loved predecessor Slime Rancher. The game has been developed by Monomi Park, and is out on early release. Players and fans of the franchise have been playing the first-person life simulation adventure game where they get to build ranches and raise slimes. There are a lot of different slimes to find in the new world, all with different sizes, colors and characteristcs. There’s never a boring moment in the game. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to find Ringtail Slimes on Slime Rancher 2.

Where to Find Ringtail Slimes in Slime Rancher 2

As we’ve mentioned, there are a lot of different slimes in the game and you might just want to catch them all. Not all of them are friendly however, and some might even attack you. There are enemy slimes that you definitely don’t want to collect. However, if you’re looking for nice slimes, the Ringtail slime would be a great option. Let’s see where to find them.

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These slimes are new to the game, and players might want to get their hands on some of them. Ringtail slimes are very interesting as they’re lively during the night time, but turn to stone at daylight. You will be able to find them in the area called Ember Valley, which you need to unlock.

In order to get into Ember Valley, you will need to open the portal to it. This is guarded by a slime called the Pink Gordo, which you need to feed. The required food is easily found as it’s just meat, vegetables and fruit. Once you have Pink Gordo down, you will be able to reach the device which opens the portal to the Valley.

At the Ember Valley, you will be able to find a lot of Ringtail slimes, but they only hang around at night. They can be seen in caves as they’re quite sunlight-shy. If you find one in the daytime and they’re frozen, you will be able to vacuum them and bring them to a cave or wait till night fall for them to be active again.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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