Final Fantasy 16: Atlas (The Breaker of Worlds) Hunt Location and Rewards (FF16)

On the hunt.

Final Fantasy 16 is filled with various hunts for the player to go on and get unique rewards. Defeating these challenges will vary depending on the level of the hunt you go on. C rank hunts are the easiest, while S rank hunts will put all your skills to the test. Here’s where to find the location and rewards of the Atlas S Rank Hunt in FF16.

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Where to Find The Breaker of Worlds Hunt Location in FF16

The Atlas Hunt location is in The Imperial Province of Rosaria. You’ll find Atlas all the way east of Cressida. To get here, teleport to the Martha’s Rest Obelisk, head north out of town on the bridge, and then take a right and keep following the path east. Go through Greensheaves and follow your path southeast through the narrow bridge and open fields of Cressida.

You’ll find an arena all the way at the end of Cressida, where Atlas will be waiting for you. You can take a look at the map below for the exact location of Atlas.

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We recommend bringing plenty of healing supplies and a Stoneskin Tonic or two. Atlas hits like a freight train, and you’ll want to be able to heal through any of its major attacks.

Related: Final Fantasy 16: How to Get Orichalcum (FFXVI)

Atlas Hunt Rewards

The reward you get from Atlas in Final Fantasy 16 is an Orichalcum, which can be used to craft some of the strongest armor and weapons in Final Fantasy 16.

That’s everything you need to know about where to find Atlas in Final Fantasy 16. Be sure to stay right here at Prima Games for more tips, tricks, and guides; we’ve got plenty of other Hunt Locations for you to check out if you’re stuck. Here’s the Grimalkin hunt location and rewards.

Final Fantasy 16 is available now on PlayStation 5.

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