How to get No More Lives Achievement in Stray
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How to get No More Lives Achievement in Stray

Can’t figure out how to get the No More Lives achievement in Stray? Fear not
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For those that don’t know, Stray is the latest third-person adventure game to arrive for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles. In the game, players will take control of a stray cat as they venture through a vast open world that’s populated by robots, machines and viruses. With the ultimate goal of returning to their family.

Throughout your journey, players will be met with various puzzles and challenges in order to advance through the narrative. There will also be a series of trophies or achievements you can unlock along the way, one of which is the No More Lives achievement.

In this guide, we’re going to look at everything you need to know regarding how to get the No More Lives achievement in Stray.

How to get No More Lives Achievement in Stray

To unlock the No More Lives achievement in Stray, you will have to put the ancient theory to the test and die nine times. This is one of only eight available bronze trophies in the game.

The first opportunity you will get to unlock this achievement in Stray is in Chapter 2: Dead City during the first Zurich Pursuit. In which players must escape a swarm of nasty bugs with glowing yellow eyes. To get the No More Lives achievement, you must allow the bugs to kill you a total of nine times instead of simply running away from them. After they kill you, press X to retry and continue this until you have died nine times.

This isn’t the only way to get the achievement, since it can be obtained through any other combat encounter as well. However, it is the first chance you will have and is a relatively easy process. Keep in mind that you can only die during enemy encounters, not from falling damage or dropping down ledges.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get the No More Lives achievement in Stray. Before you go, be sure to check out some of our other Stray content here at Gamer Journalist. Like our official Stray video game review or when does Stray launch?

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