Mass Effect Andromeda Remnant Decryption Solutions, Glyphs, Eos, Elaaden, Voeld, Kadara, Havarl, H-047c, Khi Tasira

Mass Effect Andromeda Remnant Decryption Solutions, Glyphs, Eos, Elaaden, Voeld, Kadara, Havarl, H-047c, Khi Tasira

Tips and solutions for how to solve Mass Effect Andromeda’s Remnant puzzles. How to make sense of the glyphs. Complete guide.

Remnant Decryption Puzzles are one of Mass Effect Andromeda's trickiest areas. Based on Sudoku they are all about making sure there are no repeating glyphs in a row, column or shape. In this guide we'll give you the solutions to every Remnant Decryption puzzle in the game so you don't have to work them out or spend any puzzle tokens. Although seeing as you have all the answers you could spend a token just to see what it feels like. A bit dirty we expect - you cheater!

If you'd rather have help on another part of the game, head over to our Mass Effect Andromeda Guide and Mission Walkthroughs. It's really rather excellent and we'll be adding to it as we discover more and more of BioWare's epic adventure.

Mass Effect Andromeda Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solutions

Here are the solutions to all the Remnant Decryption Puzzles we've found in Mass Effect Andromeda. Remember that you may well have to scan the local area for glyphs before you're able to enter the correct symbols in each puzzle. Generally these glyphs are very close to the alien console and aren't hard to locate.

Eos Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'A Better Beginning' Mission

Eos Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'A Better Beginning' Inside Vault

Eos Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - Free Roam Western Side

Eos Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - Free Roam Eastern Side

Havarl Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Helping Havarl's Scientists'

Havarl Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During Heleus Assignment: A Dying Planet

Havarl Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During Free Roam

Voeld Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During Restoring a World

Voeld Remnant Decryption Solution - During Restoring a World (The Monolith)

Voeld Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Restoring a World' Heleus Assignment

Voeld Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution – During 'Peebee’s Secret Project'

Voeld Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Restoring a World' Heleus Assignment (inside vault)

Kadara Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Healing Kadara's Heart'

Kadara Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Healing Kadara's Heart' (inside vault)

Elaaden Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Taming a Desert', Monolith 2

Elaaden Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Taming a Desert' Inside Vault

Elaaden Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'Investigate the Remnant Derelict' Inside Vault

Elaaden Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - Free Roam (in North East of map)

H-047c Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'The Remnant Tiller'

Khi Tasira Remnant Decryption Puzzle Solution - During 'The Journey to Meridian'

If you'd rather work out the solutions yourself, take a look at our guide to solving Remnant Puzzles. In all honesty we'd recommend going down that route, as there is a odd sense of accomplishment when you solve a Remnant Decryption puzzle on your own.

If you're unsure about other areas of Mass Effect Andromeda, we've also got a guide to AVP and Cryo Pods, an overview of crafting items and blueprints, and general mission walkthroughs. To take a break from the mind-bending puzzle work, why not have a think about romancing some of the game's characters.

We don't blame you for using a guide to solve the Remnant Decryption Puzzles. We've found ourselves stuck on a few for more than 30 minutes, and that's 30 minutes where you're not seeing how Andromeda's plot is progressing. Do try to solve them on your own when you can, though, as there is something rather rewarding about getting the solution on your own!

Tom Orry

Managing Editor

Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site VideoGamer.com, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

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