How to Defeat the Unstable Butcher (Boss Fight)


Steelrising can be a very challenging game, especially when it comes to defeating its difficult bosses, such as the Unstable Butcher, as they can test players’ abilities. As players explore this alternate history of the French Revolution as Aegis, an automaton tasked with guarding Queen Marie Antoinette, they will encounter a wide variety of different enemies. The strongest of these are soul-like bosses Steelrisingas their vast health bars and unique moves will require players to master their character in order to progress.

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One of the most important things players can do to make defeating bosses easier is to level up their weapons. Steelrising offers players a ton of weapon categories to choose from, and most will work well in any boss fight in the game. However, it’s very important to level them up, as it greatly affects their damage and overall utility.

Related: How to Upgrade Weapons in Steelrising

To upgrade a weapon, players will need to invest Anima as well as different types of crafting materials. These materials are Bronze Ingots, Cast Iron, Bismuth Blocks, and Orichalcum Ingots, and can usually be found by exploring the world, defeating certain enemies, or in the game’s boutiques. After obtaining all the necessary materials, players must head to a Vestal, select Upgrades, and then Weapons to upgrade a weapon up to five levels.


How to Defeat the Unstable Butcher in Steelrising

The Unstable Butcher is a tall automaton with circular saws for hands and can be found in Place Dauphine. This boss is quite slow, something players can use to their advantage by retreating when needed to regain stamina or HP. Most of the Butcher’s attacks consist of melee attacks, but it can also attack from range by using its saw on the ground, sending sparks in a cone in front of it. This boss’s most dangerous attack is its dash, as it can range far and sometimes catch unsuspecting players in this fast-paced, soul-like game.

The Unstable Butcher only has one phase and few attacks, making this fight very easy. The number one priority for players is to not get stuck between the boss and the wall, as the arena for this fight is Steelrising sometimes a bit crowded. In addition to that, players should aim to punish the boss after it attacks, retreat to attract more attacks and repeat the process. It is very important that players always keep an eye on their stamina, as running out at a bad time can leave them in a very dangerous position.

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