If you’re like us, you’ve grown attached to Oddworld’s Abe over the years. Because of that, you’re likely to want to get the best ending possible in Oddworld: Soulstorm.
While you don’t need to save your fellow Mudokons in Oddworld: Soulstorm to simply make your way through the game’s standard 15 levels and view an ending, if you want to see the best and final ending you’ll want to save the overwhelming majority of them. You see, unlocking the game’s best ending relies on you achieving a good Quarma score on all of its levels. To do that, you need to save 80% or more of the Mudokons you come across in each and every one of them.
You unlock the good ending in Oddworld: Soulstorm by simply getting a good Quarma score in 12 or more of the initial 15 levels. Upon seeing the good ending, however, another two levels will be unlocked. Complete those levels with a good Quarma score, as well as the initial 15, and you’ll see the final ending. Only then can you truly consider the game complete. If you’re curious, by the way, getting a good Quarma score in 6 or less levels will get you the worst ending, while a good Quarma score in 7 to 11 levels will let you see the bad ending.