Control Collectibles Guide – FBC Lobby

Remedy’s Magnum Opus, Control, is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Like other Remedy games, Control is full of secrets, collectibles and hidden items for players to find. Since we’re so nice, we’ve scoured the Oldest House and put together some guides to help you find everything.

This guide is going to be really short as it is for the Federal Bureau of Control’s lobby. This section of the game doesn’t even have a map to refer to, but it’s rather small so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find these items.

Make sure you collect everything in this area before you head down the elevator too, as you can’t return to the lobby afterwards.

Control Collectibles Guide

The very first Control collectible you can grab is a note near the metal detectors. As you pass through the metal detector on the left, the note is sitting on top.

The next collectible is upstairs in a room on your left. Just at the top of the stairs, look left and you’ll see the door into this small office.

Once inside, turn left again and you’ll see the note on a desk.

Next, follow the corridor around until you reach some more offices with the lights on. From the doorway, you’ll see in the top left corner of the room that there is another note on a desk.

Keep following the corridor around and you’ll come to another office, this time with the lights off. On a coffee table in the centre of the room is another note.

Finally, the very last collectible in the lobby of the FBC is on the ground floor in the top left corner with the front door at your back. This small room is somewhat hidden by the concrete pole and couches to the left.

Inside is a bookshelf, desk, chairs and a big painting on the wall. Head inside the room and you’ll find the note on the table under the painting on the far wall.

There you have it. All the collectibles from the FBC Lobby.

This is just the beginning of your journey into the Oldest House and Control. Make sure you check out our other guides to collectibles too.

Control is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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