This time we will tell you everything you need to know about how to open the osmotic cube in Journey to the Savage Planet.
What is the osmotic cube in Journey to the Savage Planet.
We already passed through the alien proximity gates, now it's the turn of the osmotic cube which is a green colored cube, you don't really know what's inside it or how to access it, or at least until now, because we will tell you how to open the osmotic cube.
How to open the osmotic cube in Journey to the Savage Planet
All the main arenas have an osmotic cube, including the final camera with the last boss, and they all open in the same way, feeding them, so you'll have to take them out of the edge where they are and bring them to where the enemies are.
You'll have to kill a few enemies and let the bubble absorb the carbon, silicon or aluminium that they release when they die, although you can also get this from the wildlife, plus you can also feed it with the healthy beans from the healthy plants. Just make sure you give it its space so it can eat the orbs before it automatically absorbs them.
After she eats enough this will explode and the orb will be inside, from there you will have to go to the location of each cube, but you must keep in mind that there is no exact location as such, so we recommend you to buy the Alien Alloy search engine upgrade to find them faster as well as the triple jetpack upgrade and the vertical boost upgrade to get things done faster.
One is in The Elevated Realm, near the Xzorgana Pillars teleporter heading west to the island with the green Sko and Skipper monsters.
Another is at the landing site is near the Towering Crystals teleporter after grabbing the grappling flowers and going over the cliff.
And the last one is in Itching Fields is next to the teleporter Mushrooms of Si'ned VII near the waterfall with the barnacles to which you throw hook seeds.
Now that you know how to open the osmotic cube in Journey to the Savage Planet, we hope you can find them easily and without problems, just as now that you have an idea of where to locate them and how to get to them faster, there should be no problem finding and opening them.
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
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