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Slime Rancher 2 Batty Slimes – Location, Favorite Food!

Everything you need to know about Slime Rancher 2's new Batty Slimes -- where to find them, what to feed them, and how to care for them!
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Batty slimes are one of five new slimes found in the long-awaited Slime Rancher 2 game. Slimes are balls of gelatinous alien creatures that live on a planet called Far, Far Range. They produce plorts, which can be used to make money, craft items, and unlock areas within the game. Each Slime is unique and has its favorite food and best methods to care for them. Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about Batty Slimes!

Where to Find Batty Slimes

To find Batty Slimes you will need to enter Ember Valley Island, which requires defeating a Pink Gordo in order to unlock access to this area. The slimes are primarily found in caves, which you can find on the island. There’s a cave to the north when you first enter the island, and you can also find them in the large cave to the west that is within the volcano.

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Locations of Batty Slimes on the Ember Valley Island map

These caves are also a good place to harvest some Radiant Ore if you’re looking to upgrade your equipment.

How to care for Batty Slimes

Batty Slimes are a docile type of slime. Their diet consists of fruit, but you’ll want to feed them their favorite fruit to get more plorts out of the ones you keep in your corral. You will need to ensure you have Air Net in order to keep your Batty Slimes from escaping.

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An example of a Batty Slime in the wild

Batty Slimes Favorite Food

Batty Slimes favorite food is Pomegranate. Feeding them this doubles the number of plorts they produce, which means your production yield is higher and you can convert to more money or craft more items more quickly.

We hope this helps you find, feed, and take care of your Batty Slimes as you make your way through Slime Rancher 2. We have more how-to guides for Slime Rancher 2 if you need more assistance!

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