Slime Rancher 2 slimes come in many forms – and like its predecessor, there’s a whole host of them to collect.
From common Pink Slime to rare Golden Slime, filling the Slimepedia is one of the main goals of the game.
But some of these slimes only appear in certain places or at certain times, so this list of slime locations will help you find them all.
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How do slimes work in Slime Rancher 2?
The key to finding all the slimes is just keep exploring new areas. There are two additional islands that you will unlock as you play.
The beginner’s island, where your ranch and veranda is, is called Rainbow Fields. But you’ll soon be going back and forth between Ember Valley and Starlight Strand, where there are plenty of new slimes to discover.
But some of them are tricky and only appear in very particular places, or have certain requirements to add to Slimepedia, so this guide should help you know where and when to look.
If you’re having trouble reaching anywhere, unlocking and upgrading the jetpack can be very useful, as you’ll need it to get to certain areas. And creating a few teleporters when you can will also speed up the process of adding all that slime to your ranch!
What are the new slimes in Slime Rancher 2?
Slime Rancher 2 introduces a few new slimes to the lineup. Some of them can be discovered right away, like the exuberant Cotton Slime. Be careful though as they are deceptive – although you can find and catch them right away, their high jumping habits make them hard to contain!
Other of these new types of slime are hidden deep in the map, such as the beautiful Flutter Slime. It might take a while to find them all, but once you do, they’ll add a lot of vibrancy and diversity to your slime lineup. (Your slimeup?).
The new slimes to find are:
- Cotton slime: A bunny-like bouncy slime with big ears.
- Fisher Slime: A water-loving slime with a light on its head – and on its folds!
- Batty Slime: As the name suggests, this bat-like slime mainly lives in caves.
- Flutter Slime: A slime with beautiful butterfly-shaped wings.
- Slime Ringtail: A m ischievous slime with a habit of flying.
There are also a few slime types from the original game that have yet to be added to Slime Rancher 2, but more slime types may be added as the game is still in early access.
Slime Rancher 2 slime slots, diet and favorite food list
In this table you can find all the Slime currently available in Slime Rancher 2, with information on where to find them, their diet and their favorite foods. Slimes fed their favorite foods will produce twice as many plorts.
Good luck hunting down all the remaining slimes on your list!