Maneater Collectibles Guide – All Collectibles in Dead Horse Lake

Now that Maneater is available and you’ve read our review — you have read it right? — you’ll be keen to get yourself a copy and start playing. If that’s the case, which it should be (trust me, it’s a great game) when you start playing you’ll notice that each of the seven areas you can explore include a number of collectibles for you to find.

These include Landmarks, Licence Plates and Protein Caches. As you swim through the levels, most of these collectibles will be automatically added to your map. However, there are quite a few that are downright difficult to find.

Thankfully for you, we’ve already found them all. All you need to do is refer to the map below and you’ll see the location for all collectibles in Dead Horse Lake.

Maneater Collectibles

In the image above, you can see that I’ve collected each and every one of the collectibles as well as completing all missions and finding all breakable grates. Some collectibles are located behind these grates which you may not be able to open depending on your size.

If you’re stuck and can’t find a specific collectible, this handy guide will help you out.

Maneater is available now.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevensonhttps://powerup-gaming.com/
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

━ more like this

Alienware m16 R2 Review – Lacking soul

The new Alienware m16 R2 has a revised design for better performance but is otherwise a somewhat generic machine lacking Alienwares soul

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Review (PC) – Ported with a shur-i-ken attitude

Though this is my fourth time reviewing Ghost of Tsushima—think: original on PS4, PS5 upgrade, Legends multi—I couldn't be happier unsheathing it again. There...

CORSAIR K65 Plus Wireless 75% Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsairs delivers its first ever 75% keyboard in the oddly named K65 Plus and its a banger. It's a great performer with wireless connectivity that will surely please.

Kingston Fury Renegade PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD Review

The Kingston Fury Renegade NVMe SSD is an exceptional performance package that will delight gamers and professional creators alike.

Asus ROG Cetra True Wireless SpeedNova Review

The Cetra SpeedNova promise much but out of the box, they need a ton of coaxing that makes them hard to recommend to anyone but most dedicated fans