Wednesday, August 24, 2022
One of the mechanics in the 2022 Saints Row reboot is that players are able to decorate their HQ with collectibles they find in the open-world. They range from huge golden Atlas statues and massive wall murals, to smaller objects like plush toys, a cabbit, and there's even a Turdis as well - an obvious play on Doctor Who's Tardis.
There are 115 collectibles in all, that fall under various sizes: there are 29 small collectibles, 47 medium collectibles, 23 large collectibles and 16 wall-sized collectibles. Most of them you find in the open-world and once you've taken a photo they're yours, but for some you have to finish in-game milestones, missions and completion of different activities for them to unlock.
While the game does give you descriptions on where these collectibles are, sometimes they're not very helpful and other times they're just straight up wrong! Because of how they're presented in-game as well, it's hard to get them all efficiently with ease.
We've basically taken all the collectibles, made maps for each one, and arranged them by territory for your ease. This way you can grab a helicopter and fly through the entire of Santo Ileso and get them all in no time whatsover.
All the collectibles and their maps can be found at the following links:
This includes: Rojas Desert North and South, Lake Sabastian and the Badlands, both North and South.
This includes: Marina East and West, Monte Vista, and Old Town, again, both East and West.
This includes: East and West Providencia, East and West Smelterville and Mercado.
This includes: Both Lakeshore North and South, both East and West Flats, and finally, El Dorado.
As we said previously, there are also a ton of collectibles tied to mission progression, as well as criminal venture completion too and some open-world stuff as well. Here's the full list of said collectibles.