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Destroy Beacon And Decrease Fog Progression In Dragon’s Dogma 2

Fog occurs when the temperature is normally at it's lowest.


  • Fog is inevitable which decreasing the visbility and field of view of the game.
  • Defeating the Red Beacon across the map along with the bosses will allow you to evacuate the site.
  • Upon evacuation, the Fog progression will decrease and visibility across the map will increase.

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, with a completion time of just under 12 in-game days, fog builds up upon the entirety of the map.

The red mist and the yellow mist fog are a pain to continue the journey towards the end of the game.

However, navigating through the thick fog is a part of the game and you can only stop the fog progression.

Beacon Similar To Talisman Should Clear Dragon’s Dogma 2 Fog

If you have played the first part of the game, Dragon’s Dogma, you pretty much will know about the Fog Talisman.

The Fog Talisman found in the Witchwood, created a dense fog which decreased the visibility thus affecting the field of view of the game.

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Fog Talisman, just like the Red Beacon in the sequel of the game stands out and is easy to spot. (Source: Screen Plays Mag)

Similarly, destroying the Beacon in Dragon’s Dogma 2 will stop the fog progression in a specific part of the map.

However, saving the game will start the fog progression back up again.

Destroy All The Red Beacons To Stop Dragon’s Dogma 2 Fog Progression

Below are the steps to destroy the Red Beacon across the Unmoored World.

However, the guide does not contain the emergency evacuation part, as it is merely the same process after destroying each Red Beacon.

Scholarly Pursuit

Dream’s Apart completion will lead you to the Research Lab, and interact with the Big Red Beacon which will be visible from wherever you’re standing.

Moreover, interacting with the Beacon will begin a quest called “A Scholarly Pursuit”, in which you have to destroy the beacon.

However, there will be many enemies along the way so be careful and watch your step.

Arbor Red Beacon

Head over to the Sacred Arbor get close to the unmissable Red Beacon and draw the Godsbane Blade.

A dragon will spawn which will be relatively easier to kill.

However, your pawns will be useless in this fight so don’t think about using much of them.

Vernworth Castle

Open your map, and go to the Red Beacon, southwest of Vernworth Castle.

Venorth Castle dragon's dogma
The location of the Red Beacon can be foreseen on the map. (Source: Screen Plays Mag)

Upon defeating the dragon, the red beacon will be destroyed, and the fog progression will decrease.

Volcanic Island Camp

Open your map, and go to the Red Beacon, west of the Volcanic Island Camp near Aagamen Island.

Volcanic Island Dragon's Dogma 2
Volcanic Island Red Beacon Upon Destruction. (Source: Screen Plays Mag)

The boss fight will be very similar to the last ones and it will be relatively easy.

Moreover, the Unmoored World will be completed after the Volcanic Island Camp Evacuation process is complete.

However, there will be one more Red Beacon that you can activate from the Seafloor Temple.

Journeying Through The Dragon’s Dogma 2 Fog

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Fog progression can be decreased and stopped by destroying the Red Beacon and defeating the bosses.

The game challenges you to complete all the missions and quests in 12 game’s world day.

Similarly, After the 12th day, the fog will cover up the game and it’ll be over.

Moreover, evacuation is a must after destroying each Red Beacon and defeating the boss. Hence, you should evacuate the city or halls to progress further into the journey.

Ichchhit Devkota
Ichchhit Devkota
Ichchhit is an enthusiastic writer passionate about games, anime, and sports. He explores virtual worlds and dissects gameplay mechanics. From esports to captivating storylines, crafting engaging narratives for fellow enthusiasts.


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