Originally launched back in 2018, Beast Quest has seen something of a resurgence in popularity of late thanks to its budget price point. Aimed at younger gamers, the game will provide an enjoyable adventure – as the Beast Quest review right here on ChitHot attests – for those still learning the conventions of modern gaming. However that doesn’t mean they won’t get into trouble! And that’s exactly what this Beast Quest walkthrough guide is for!
Based on the novels of Adam Blade, Beast Quest sees players enter the role of a young boy known simply as Tom. When Tom encounters a knight’s gauntlet, he is visited by a wizard who tells him that he is in fact a boy with a great future. It has been foretold that he is to become a hero of legend. Destined to defend the land from an evil wizard.
To do so he must free four beasts from the wizard’s power. This is a much smaller number than is featured in the extensive book series. Plus, the game takes a much lighter tone to the action. However it is an enjoyable retelling of the story. Both for those familiar with the books series or entirely new to the franchise.
Beast Quest Walkthrough Guide
Beast Quest is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Of course, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions are compatible with their current-generation counterparts; Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, respectively.
The Beast Quest game will take you through a series of different lands. Each has its own secrets and cohorts of enemies to battle. Check out the Beast Quest walkthrough guide linked below. You’ll find the solutions to all the game’s puzzles and hidden quests, plus much more!
A couple of notes worth mentioning: the quest tracker (a path highlight) is unreliable at the best of times, but when it does work it can be a great help, so don’t ignore it! Furthermore, Achievement/Trophy hunter may find their reward not unlocking immediately. If this does happen, try fast travelling to a couple of different locations. Finally, don’t be afraid to die! Beast Quest doesn’t offer much in the way of punishment for failure.