Do You Know That Death in Helldivers 2 Is Permanent?

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Death in Helldivers 2 is permanent. Each time you fall, Super Earth loses one of its defenders forever.

In the chaotic battles to protect the Super Earth in Helldivers 2, death is as common as the relentless onslaught of Automatons and Terminids. Whether you are a seasoned player or a newcomer, you must have faced defeat at one point or another. And as your Helldiver dies, do you know that it means permanent for them? The fallen Helldiver is gone forever, replaced by another who swiftly takes their place to ensure the mission is completed. So, when you really think about it, your original Helldiver actually died a long time ago.

Arrowhead Confirmed Death in Helldivers 2 Is Permanent

Helldivers 2 doesn’t shy away from the grim realities of war. According to Arrowhead:

“If a Helldiver dies, whether by bug or by bullet, another Helldiver can be called down in their place using a reinforcement, pick up the discarded weapons of the previous corpse, and jump right back into the action. Super Earth has plenty of Helldivers to sacrifice to the cause, and every Helldiver is happy to give their life for Democracy.”

— Arrowhead Game Studios

The brave Helldivers represent humanity’s last hope against the Automatons and Terminids. But the hard truth is, once they are deployed into battles, they are merely tools to fulfill missions. If they are unfortunate enough to lose their lives on the battlefield, they are just… replaced by another. This cold fact makes the game all the more realistic because after all, to win a war, sacrifices are always in order.

What Fans Think about Death in Helldivers 2

Across the Internet, players have also come up with a lot of theories about the fate of the Helldivers:

What about you? What are your thoughts on the concept of Helldivers’ deaths? And We are even more curious about the moment when your first Helldiver met their end and was replaced. So share your opinions and stories with us in the comments!

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