A Plague Tale Innocence Collectibles Guide – Chapter 4

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 4.

A Plague Tale Innocence Collectibles

The very first collectible you can find in Chapter 4 comes very early on. As you walk along the path you’ll see a gap in the fence to your right., Head down through the gap towards the river and you’ll see a tree stump.

At the tree stump, you’ll find the seventh Curiosity; Hermetic Vessel.

After collecting the Hermetic Vessel, head back towards the path and continue on with the chapter. After going through the stealth section and avoiding the soldiers, you’ll come to some rows of grapes.

Hugo will hide in them and after you find him, head down to the river on the right hand side.

You’ll find a smashed up row boat and on the boat you’ll find the fourth Gift; Diary of an alchemist.

From the boat, continue the chapter until you reach the alchemist’s house. At the house, go past the horse and pig to the rear.

Beneath a tree at the rear of the house you’ll find the third Flower; Black Nightshade.

After collecting the Flower, go back towards the front of the house and go inside. Go up the stairs and head towards the far room.

Once you head inside the room, you’ll meet the Alchemist. After a short cutscene, check the table in the corner for the Curiosity; V.I.T.R.I.O.L.

That’s all for Chapter 4.

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.

Leo Stevenson
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