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Captain America Secret Item Collectibles Guide

Captain America Secret Item Collectibles Guide
The first part of our Captain America Secret Item Collectibles Guide is focused on Chapter 1: Stand Alone Together. The list below will include special item guides for Zemo’s Diaries, Combat Upgrades, Dossier Locations and Ceramic Eggs.

Chapter 1: Stand Alone Together

Dossier Locations – Total of 10 Dossier items to collect in Chapter 1
#1 Back room of the plane before you leap off
#2 Circular Room at the start of the complex
#3 In the same room as #2, located at the window surrounded by sandbags
#4 On a table located near the first coded lock
#5 In the room with the blocking tutorial, through the doors where the enemy units spawn
#6 Behind the locked coded door in the same room as #5
#7 Inside the room with the scientists and machines, shortly before the first big wave of enemy units.
#8 Located in the same room as #7
#9 Located in the same room as #7 and #8
#10 In the radio room before you call for support

Ceramic Egg Guide – Total of 2 Ceramic Egg’s on Chapter 1
#1 Inside the room with the blocking tutorial
#2 Same room as #1, through the doors where the enemy units came from

Combat Upgrades Guide – Total of 1 Combat Upgrades in Chapter 1
#1 Located in the West Bastion on the table by the window

Zemo Diaries Locations – Total of 1 Zemo Diary entries on Chapter 1
#1 Located in the Radio room before you call for backup

Film Reel Locations – Total of 1 Film Reel in Chapter 1
#1 Located on the plane, you’re forced to collect it before you can continue. Film Reel Name: Project Master Man Reel

That concludes our Captain America Secret Item Collectibles Guide for Chapter 1: Stand Alone Together. Check back soon for a full Collectibles Guide on Chapter 2.

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