Sniper Elite 4 Collectibles Guides: Regilino Viaduct

Sniper Elite 4 is available now. To help you out with finding all the collectibles in the game we’ve put together some guides to show you where to find them.

In Sniper Elite 4 you’ll be collecting letters, intel, sniper reports and finding and shooting stone eagle statues.

RELATED: Sniper Elite 4 – Review

Some letters are collected by searching dead bodies, we’ve included images of some of the dead soldiers and a rough location on where to find them. For any collectibles we’re missing, we’ll be sure to add them in when we have screenshots.

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Make sure that you search each and every dead body in the level as you go to make sure you don’t miss any letters.

RELATED: Collectibles Guide: Bitanti Village


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Located in the grey, faded building to the left (west) of the four yellow icons on the map below.

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On the lower levels of the bridge construction, on the southern side, you need to look for a soldier named Johann Kogler. He is carrying the final Last Letter.

You can see each soldier’s name by tagging them.

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Regilino Viaduct #30 (Stone Eagle – 1)

Regilino Viaduct #31 (Stone Eagle – 2)

Regilino Viaduct #32 (Stone Eagle – 3)

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Make sure you check out our review and look for our other collectible guides for Sniper Elite 4.

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