Hades is all about attempting to escape the Underworld, failing, and unlocking new things to make the next attempt a little easier. However, not all of the upgrades are things that will upgrade your weapons or give you items out in the various areas you’re trying to escape. So that you can change the House of Hades a little, here’s everything you need to know about how to unlock the Hades Administrative Chamber and what it does.
What the Hades Administrative Chamber Does
It’s a new room in the House of Hades that’s essentially a store for all your stats. You’ll find details on your escape attempts, including how often you use certain boons, which gods you’re generally torn to, which upgrades you’ve used, and which weapons you use the most often.
It will also tell you more about what Hades himself has been doing while you’re out trying to escape each time, and will also be prominent in the store between some runs. While it’s interesting, it’s not all that useful for the price.
How to Unlock It
While what the Administrative Chamber in Hades is pretty simple in what it does, getting access to it is not quite the same.
The first time you’ll see it is during a flashback sequence following dying in a run. When exactly you’ll see it isn’t clear, with it coinciding with a point in the story, but you can expect to do tens of runs before you do. You’ll simply have to keep trying to escape the Underworld and hope that it plays soon.
Shortly after you have done so, you’ll see that the ability to unlock it has appeared as an upgrade from the House Contractor. It will be three diamonds, so is quite expensive, so don’t spend all of yours on it unless you’ve got some to spare.
You’ll then be able to head into the Administrative Chamber to check out all your stats and get some more lore content.
That’s everything you need to know about how to unlock the Hades Administrative Chamber and what it does. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.
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