Far Cry 5 Collectible Guide; Lighters, Baseball Cards, Whiskey Casks, Bobbleheads, Vinyl Crates and Comics

Far Cry 5 is finally here. It’s another massive, open-world game, filled to the brim with things to do and places to go. One thing for you to do is find all of the collectibles.

There are six different kinds of collectible item in Far Cry 5 and each has a different number you need to find.

Rather than guide you to each individual collectible, we have put together this very short and easy guide to help you find each and every one.

Far Cry 5 Collectible Guide


Each of the six collectible items in Far Cry 5 is tied to a particular side mission. Once you find the side mission in the game, you’ll start being able to officially collect the items.

However, as you explore the game world, you may come across one or all of the collectibles. Make sure you grab them when you do. It won’t trigger the mission, but it will count towards the completion.

You may think that finding these items, spread out in this massive world will be difficult. You’re right. It would be incredibly tough, but there’s a really easy way to do it.

After you trigger the mission for collecting the item, you can head to any store — Car, Weapon, Boat, Helicopter, Plane — and simply purchase a map that will show the location of all of those items on the map.

In the image above you can see that I have the map for the Whiskey Casks, Vietnam Lighters and Comic Books. There are also maps for the Vinyl Crates, Baseball Cards and Cheeseburger Bobbleheads.

The Whiskey Casks are all located underwater so you will need to have purchased the Human Fish perk.

The Vietnam Lighters are all found in bunkers. There is usually a Perk Book in these bunkers as well so make sure you look carefully.

The Vinyl Crates, Baseball Cards, Cheeseburger Bobbleheads and Comic Books can be found all over. They’re usually in houses and shops, but can sometimes be found outside.

Have fun!

Leo Stevenson
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