Freediver: Triton Down – How to Obtain All Achievements

100% Achievements Guide

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The game is well made and fun but pretty short, so I would suggest you to play through it blind first. One playthrough only takes 20-25 minutes once you know what to do.

You could technically get all achievements but the dying from fire one in one playthrough, then play the game again and swim into the first fire you see. However I’d suggest something like this if you are trying to complete the game fast and efficiently without getting spoilers in the first run:

Playthrough #1

  • Play the tutorial
  • Don’t use glowsticks
  • Don’t use O2 tanks
  • Die from fire

Playthrough #2

  • No deaths
  • Pan achievements
  • Find all 7 crew members (will also unlock the Break In achievement)


Swim School

  • Complete the tutorial.
  • Just play the Tutorial, the achievement will unlock after the rock climbing part.
  • Note: you don’t need to use your glowsticks > Nocturnal Vision achievement.

Story Related

Voyage of the Beagle

  • Discover a mysterious creature within the Blue Hole.
  • Story related, can’t be missed.


  • Complete the Blue Hole Mission.
  • Story related, can’t be missed.


  • Escape the Triton.
  • Story related, can’t be missed.

Easy Achievements

Nocturnal Vision

  • Escape the ship without utilizing a glowstick.
  • Shouldn’t be hard, you don’t really need them anyway.

I Thought This Was a Water Game

  • Die by fire.
  • Pretty straight forward, there are a lot of open fires you can swim into on the ship.

Pan Achievements


  • Escape the kitchen using a frying pan.
  • There’s a pan in the kitchen, close to the first window. Take it and break the glass. Drop the pan in front of the window, you will need it for the next achievement.

Things Will Pan Out

  • Break a lock using a frying pan.
  • After turning the power back on, go back towards the kitchen. Fill up your oxygen, grab the pan and open the door. After passing the fire in the stairwell there will be a locked yellow hatch to the left, smash the lock with the pan.

“Difficult” Achievements

Expert Freediver

  • Escape the ship without using an emergency O2 tank.
  • You will get this achievement even if you die from suffocation, but try to directly swim to any available air pockets after entering a room, some rooms get flooded over time.

Not Today

  • Escape the ship with no deaths.
  • The only hard part for me was the climbing at the end. Make sure you only let go of your first hand after the second hand is grabbing the chain. Take your time while climbing. If you fall and survive, make sure you’ll stay under water till you reach the pole and start climbing from the lowest part of it. Then quickly swim to the exit, you don’t have much oxygen.
  • Tip for Index/Knuckles users: Use your whole thumb and put it flat onto the touchpad, otherwise it doesn’t register properly and you might randomly fall while climbing.

Break In

  • Access the storage room.
  • After opening the first door right at the start, there is a small storage room at the front right side. Access it by diving through the vent hole and pushing the grill inside.

Positive ID

  • Find all deceased crew members.
  • There is a total of 7 crew members. Not sure what exactly triggers the achievement, I just made sure to touch every member. It will unlock after escaping the ship.

Crew member #1

  • At the start after opening the big door, inside the storage room (Break In achievement).

Crew member #2

  • Right at where you enter the kitchen, can’t miss him.

Crew member #3

  • Also in the kitchen, at the back of the room.

Crew member #4

  • Below the grid infront of the kitchen window.

Crew member #5

  • Inside the stairwell.

Crew member #6

  • On the right side after you turned off the fire in the stairwell, next to the axe.

Crew member #7

  • Stuck below the exit door of the hangar.

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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