A Plague Tale Innocence Collectibles Guide – Chapter 1

A Plague Tale Innocence is now available. Like most story-driven single player games, A Plague Tale Innocence features a number of collectibles to find during each chapter.

The collectibles you’ll need to look out for are; Gifts, Curiosities and Flowers. We’ve found every collectible in the game so we’ve put together some guides to help you find them all.

Here are all Collectibles for Chapter 1.

A Plague Tale Innocence Collectibles

The very first collectible you can find comes after the intro where your father teaches you to use your sling.

After returning to the de Rune estate, head over to the horses and look for a ladder.

Climb up the ladder and you’ll see a pile of wood and an object sitting on top. This is the first Gift; a Whistle.

From here, head inside the house and go all the way through to the dining room/kitchen area. The dining room is a large room with a fireplace at one end and tables in the middle. At the opposite end is a door that leads to the kitchen.

Go through this door and you’ll see a ladder leading up to a loft.

Go up the ladder and turn around to face the direction you just came and you’ll see the first Curiosity; Spices.

From here, go back down and head upstairs to follow the story. However, don’t go meet Amicia’s mother yet. To continue the story, you interact with the door at the top of the stairs. Wait until you’ve found the last collectibles before doing so.

Instead, go down the hall and into the far bedroom. Here on the bed you’ll find the second curiosity; Tablecloth.

That’s all for Chapter 1.

In the chapter select screen you can see how many of each type of collectible there is and how many you collected. This makes it easy to see what you’ve missed and makes replaying a breeze.

A Plague Tale Innocence is available now.

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