Spelunkers will receive a reward after 8 favor and every multiple of 8 onwards. In Co-op and Online Multiplayer, favor and rewards are shared amongst the team, making it impossible to obtain more than one Kapala from Kali herself, and extras can only be obtained from either the Dwelling Ghist Shop or by using the Clone Gun on one.
In The City of Gold, a special altar near the middle of the level spawns a massive bull head with an Ankh on its forehead in place of the regular statue of Kali. In addition to functioning as a standard altar, sacrificing oneself on it while the Ankh is in their inventory will consume it and transport them to Duat. Getting sacrificed with the Ankh here will not give favor and will not display a Kali message, so rewards will not be left behind before going to Duat.
With the last champion defeated, the main adventure comes to a close. However, numerous extras and a bonus chapter await! Do you have what it takes to help Susan find her way home? What about her friends?
The player begins in an outdoor area serving as the entrance to the map. Past the fountain ahead of them is a mounted statue, with a sign below it warning the player of what awaits them beyond the gates. Past the gate, they will observe writing on the walls, warning them about what they have yet to see.
The player then enters a large courtyard, where Bierce remarks on its impressive landscaping, and discovers a statue saluting in the middle of it. As they pass it, the statue faces them and chuckles after turning away. The player then examines more writing on the walls, as well as two more signs stating they must tread no further, as "they are watching". The player, of course, has no choice but to proceed, and opening the gate to the maze will cause the statue from earlier to disappear.
The first rune is obscured by a geyser just behind the Nornir Chest. Another is located behind the large dragon statue. The final rune is hidden behind another geyser, this time opposite the dragon statue.
Found during The Quest for Tyr. Dock the boat and head up into the town. As you venture up towards the statue of Odin, you'll spot this Odin's Raven perched on a building to the left.
Follow our Resident Evil 7 guide, you'll find the path from the first moments to the final boss battle, with required and bonus objectives in between. We've also included the locations of Resident Evil 7's collectible files, Mr. Everywhere statues and antique coins throughout.
The other side to the game is puzzle solving. There are several moments where you need to find a code for a door or move some statues and push some blocks. The game puts a great emphasis on exploration to solve the puzzles. Pay close attention to the environment, or maybe those water fountains, and it will give you the hint you need.
For the main campaign, you are looking between eight to ten hours the first time through. You need to save at designated tape stations scattered generously around the map. But the game does autosave before and after major boss encounters to avoid some nasty frustration. It also offers multiple difficulty settings suited to casual players and veterans of the genre. There are two endings to discover and extras to unlock on your second run through the game. I can see myself heading back through this again as the campaign feels a nice tidy length.
The Limited Collector's Edition for European buyers included a metal game case, a statue of Sam Fisher aiming his Five-seveN, a code for the 3E Shadow Armor character uniform, a soundtrack containing music from the game, a new Deniable Ops game mode called Infiltration and codes for early access to three new weapons including the SC3000, SMG-2 and the MP5.
In the Factory, Donkey and Diddy traverse industrial-themed locations containing smog, many mechanical contraptions and robots. Eventually, they also find three hidden rooms where there are large electric plugs, and the primates activate them in order to reveal a large rocket. In the launch pad, the Kongs ride a Rocket Barrel towards high atmosphere while avoiding colisions against airships, and they reach the final area of the Factory. Here, the heroes realize why the Tiki Tak Tribe are stealing bananas. They witness a bipedal robot, controlled by the chicken Colonel Pluck, mashing bananas and putting them into wooden statues to create new tikis instantly. While the robot ceases of operating briefly, Cordian appears and possesses the pilot. After a battle where the Kongs damage the robot and force a flying vehicle to crash down, Colonel Pluck and Cordian are both bested by the heroes.
Easter eggs are intentional hidden extras found within media that are often jokes or references. The Assassin's Creed series has its own Easter eggs, and many other games and media contain Easter eggs related to the series.
There are five cakes like this in Paris in the game, including the one in the underground tunnel. Eating them all will unlock a special fighter in the Luxembourg Palace. It is actually the Marquis de Bullion from the previous E3 gameplay trailers, and he will suddenly come to life from being a statue standing atop an over-sized cake and start fighting Arno. After killing him, fireworks will dominate the sky for a short time. If the Marquis' body is looted, 50,050 livres can be earned.
Released with the 8th Anniversary event, these Side Jobs require collecting "Anniversary Statues" in 8 different heists, and required the community to collectively drain their offshore accounts with the weapon unlocked by the first mission to fulfill the next three missions' objectives. The locations of the statues can be found in this guide. The "Make It Rain Green" Side Job has since been removed. 59ce067264