There are a lot of things to collect in The Last of Us Part 2 which will work to advance the story. However, there is one collectible that is merely a nod to another Naughty Dog franchise but isn’t super easy to find. If you’ve played the Uncharted series, you may recognize The Last of Us Part 2 Antique Ring item as the same ring that belongs to Nathan Drake in the other franchise. In this guide, we will explain how to find the Uncharted easter egg in The Last of Us Part 2.
Where to Find the Antique Ring Location in The Last of Us Part 2
The Antique Ring location in The Last of Us Part 2 is easy to miss if you’re not sure where you’re going, but once you know what to look for, it really won’t take very long at all to find. The Antique Ring can be found during the Seattle Day 1 section of the game right after you go through the Seattle QZ gate. After walking through the gate, you’ll want to look for Westlake Bank in the downtown area on the left side of the street. It shouldn’t be too hard to find.
When you’ve spotted the bank, head inside and you’ll see a locked door that leads to a bank vault. To unlock safe, you’ll need to track down the code on the Bank Letter artifact, or simply enter 60-23-06 into the lock and head inside. Once you’re in the vault, you’ll find the Antique Ring location in The Last of Us Part 2 sitting in a safety deposit box to the left of the cart. Further, once you pick up the ring, you’ll earn one of the trophies in the game called “So Great and Small.” While you’re in there, be sure to look around for some additional supplies and the pump-action shotgun.
While you’re playing through the game, there will be plenty of other safes that you can unlock for some extra supplies. So if you need help with that, be sure to check out our safe codes guide. Additionally, if you happen to miss a collectible, there is a New Game Plus mode that will unlock once you beat the main story and will allow you go back through the game with all of your supplies, so don’t fret. The game itself should take around 25 hours to beat, but if you plan on taking the time to find things like the Antique Ring location, it’ll likely take a little bit longer.
It’s been a while since the original The Last of Us was released and there is a lot of stuff you may want to know before you get started on the sequel. In the list below, you’ll find some spoiler-free guides that should help you get started.
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