Helltaker – How to Unlock Artbook, Recipe and Get OST

So, you have completed the game with all achievements, and still cannot find where to get artbook? Or you’re just want to buy these sweet tunes and dissapointed to see you can’t do it on Steam? Worry not, my friend! This guide will get you covered.

So, What Do You Have to Do?

  • Load level 10.
  • Do the secret ending again.
  • Don’t skip the credits screen! Look closely: down there is a link and a code to redeem your copy of the artbook.

  • Here’s the link so you don’t have to type manually.

Please note: you need a code from credits screen, it’s right below the link. This code must be entered in all caps. The wierd letter is K.

  • Download it!
  • Enjoy!

But I Bought the Artbook on Steam!

Oh, then it’s even easier! All you have to do is open the game folder, and it will be there.

If you don’t know your game folder location, you can just:

  • 1. Open game library
  • 2. Press RMB on “Helltaker”
  • 3. “Properties”
  • 4. On “Local files” tab there is a “Browse local files” button. It opens the game folder.
  • 5. The artbook is right there!
  • 6. Enjoy!

Okay, But Can I Get the Soundtrack?

Actually, you can!

Music is made by the great man Mittsies. His Youtube is mentioned in credits: https://www.youtube.com/Mittsies

What is much less known, he has a website, where you can actually download or buy his tracks! So, if you want to get downloadable OST, you don’t have to use YT-rippers. Just go here: https://www.mittsies.com/music.html

“Vitality”, “Epitomize” and “Luminiscent” are all there in misc tracks. “Apropos” is the 15th track of “Tandem” Album, it’s on the bottom of the page, don’t miss it!

Site will ask you if you’re 18 or older, but only because it contains a page with adult animations. Yeah, Mittsies draws some.

Volodymyr Azimoff
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I love games and I live games. Video games are my passion, my hobby and my job. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices. My first official job in the game industry started back in 2005, and I'm still doing what I love to do.

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