Strange Brigade – All Collectible Locations Guide (Jars, Letters, Relics and Cats)

This guide shows you all collectible locations in Strange Brigade. All collectibles are immediately saved. The most time I collect several collectibles in a sequence without a new starting point. Please remember this if you want to find a specific collectible with this guide. This guide was created for people who follow from start to finish.

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Mission 1: Harbin’s Dig Site

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There are 24 collectibles in Mission 1 called Harbin’s Dig Site.

Mission 2: Hidden Valley

There are 22 collectibles in Mission 2 called Hidden Valley.

Mission 3: Tunnels Of Wadjet

There are 23 collectibles in Mission 3 called Tunnels Of Wadjet.

Mission 4: The Towering Temple

There are 22 collectibles in Mission 4 called The Towering Temple.

Mission 5: Cursed Village

There are 22 collectibles in Mission 5 called Cursed Village.

Mission 6: Cut-Throat Caverns

There are 23 collectibles in Mission 6 called Cut-Throat Caverns.

Mission 7: Forsaken City

There are 22 collectibles in Mission 7 called Forsaken City.

Mission 8: Great Pyramid

There are 24 collectibles in Mission 8 called Great Pyramid.

Isle of the Dead DLC

This video shows you Isle of the Dead collectibles locations in Strange Brigade. There are 21 collectibles in the first DLC map.

Sunken Kingdom DLC

This video shows you Sunken Kingdom collectibles locations in Strange Brigade. There are 20 collectibles in the second DLC map.

Pyramid of Bes DLC

This video shows you Pyramid of Bes collectibles locations in Strange Brigade. There are 20 collectibles in the third DLC map.

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