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Where To Find The Hidden Room In Kill It With Fire

Where To Find The Hidden Room In Kill It With Fire
The second level has a special objective, discover a hidden room. This guide on Where To Find The Hidden Room In Kill It With Fire will tell you everything you need to know to complete the Suburban Secret objective on the second level of Kill It With Fire.

Each level on Kill It With Fire has a series of objectives to complete. Some are required to progress, others are discovered as you find notepads scattered throughout each level. On the second level of Kill It With Fire there is a hidden objective called Suburban Secret. The objective for this particular challenge is to discover a hidden room.

[list style=’regular’] [list_item]Kill enough spiders to open the door next to the exit[/list_item] [list_item]Open the door next to the exit and go into the room[/list_item] [list_item]On the left hand side wall there is a bookshelf[/list_item] [list_item]Interact with the blue book with a gold spine on the 2nd from top shelf[/list_item] [/list]

Discover A Hidden Room In Kill It With Fire

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You need to have killed enough spiders to open this room. It’s the room directly next to the exit. If I remember rightly, it’s a 10 kill or 12 kill door. Once you have killed enough spiders you can approach the door and open it. This is the first stage to finding your hidden room. Inside this room is a book case, it’s on the left wall as you enter near the window.

Get close enough to interact with the book case. Look at the shelf second from the top. There is a blue book with a gold spine on the far right of the shelf. Interact with that book and it will pull the book but not take it off the shelf completely. This will then make the shelf move and you can go into a new hidden room.

This will complete the objective to find the Hidden Room.

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