Gamers looking to collect every treasure in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End can take a look at this video guide, which shows the location of all 109 treasures.

Trophy hunting in games is hard work, and there’s no shortage of trophies to acquire in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, one of which involves finding each and every single piece of treasure within the game. While Nathan Drake is no stranger to unearthing ancient artifacts, we suspect even he may falter when it comes to the level of dedication that comes with finding all 109 hidden treasures scattered throughout Uncharted 4.

Thankfully, one intrepid YouTuber named GosuNoob has done the dirty work, and posted a handy video that show gamers how to reach each hidden treasure. The video takes time to show each location and method with clarity, but that also means it’s quite lengthy.

Gamers on their way to collecting every treasure can check out the video below:

Listed among the treasures are a handful of different relics, which are Naughty Dog’s way of honoring previous productions from the studio, much like the playable Crash Bandicoot sequence from the game itself. There are three relics to be found in all, which are a pendant from The Last Of Us, a relic commemorating the Uncharted franchise, and a very recognizable fruit from Crash Bandicoot, marking the second time the series makes an appearance in Nathan Drake’s final game.

Even after players have collected every treasure, there is still a lot of work to be done in the game and many more collectibles to find. To assist with that, we’ve also compiled a list on where to find every journal entry in the game, which will help gamers net two different trophies for their hard work.

Nathan Drake’s last adventure is one of the greatest games of this generation, and the game even drew praise from the Head of Xbox. It’s clear that Naughty Dog has done a phenomenal job putting so much extra challenging content into what is a technically proficient title with a fantastic plot, and we’re excited to see what the eventual downloadable content will introduce.

Production heads Neil Druckmann and Bruce Straley are waiting until they’ve wrapped up the extra content before moving back on to The Last Of Us 2, which certainly has big shoes to fill – but if Uncharted 4 is any indication, it looks like they’ll be up to the task.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is currently available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

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