What Are The Vaults In Nightingale Explained
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What are the Vaults in Nightingale? Explained

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If you plan on taking on all that Nightingale has to offer, you should know what the Vaults are. Vaults are both tailored for regular and late-game players.

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But what exactly are Vaults, and how can you access them? Here’s everything you need to know about the Vaults and Apex Vaults in Nightingale.

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The Vaults in Nightingale are what can be considered unique dungeon-like spaces with plenty of combat and puzzle challenges. Partaking in Vaults will give you rare resources as well. There are a few different methods for accessing Vaults in Nightingale.

What Are The Vaults In Nightingale Explained Portal
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An easy way to find them is by randomly coming across a Fae Portal that can take you to a Vault. You and your party can enter a Vault together to take on all the challenges ahead. But there are also Apex Vaults which are accessible only in the endgame area.

What Are The Vaults In Nightingale Explained Watch
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All players who reach the late-game part of Nightingale will be able to explore the Watch, which is described as a distant haven and a social hub for endgame players. If you catch an available Apex Vault (they have small windows to join), you and other players can team up together to face these.

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You can find other players or parties through matchmaking as well. Apex Vaults will always end with tough boss fights against a large, terrifying creature.

What Are The Vaults In Nightingale Explained Cards
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Another way to access Vaults and Apex Vaults is by creating Realm Cards with Vault Cards. This will allow you to use your own portal instead of entering a matchmaking system. You can even set the difficulty level of these Vaults but be warned that they’re made for around four to six players.

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