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Where To Find Crypt Doors For Successors In Code Vein

Where To Crypt Doors For Successors In Code Vein
Special doors with wing decorations house the Successors. This guide tells you Where To Find Crypt Doors For Successors In Code Vein, as they are scattered throughout multiple areas, are easily missed, and can be difficult to find if you don’t know where to look.

It’s likely you will encounter these doors in the early stages of the Cathedral of Blood area. Once you progress far enough into the story, you’re tasked with locating these doors so you can get inside, free the Successors and proceed with the main story.

Where To Find Crypt Doors For Successors In Code Vein

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