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Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Queen Location Guide


Want to complete the Queen Challenge in Lost on Mars? This Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Queen Location Guide will tell you where to find all of the 15 queens you need to find in order to complete the challenge and unlock the ability to craft the Queen’s Heart.

The Queens are all unique in terms of location and different attack patterns but the process is the same. You locate the general area and you will locate an objective marker that points to the exact location. Sometimes you have to kill enemies or eggs to force the queen out of hiding but it’s rarely more complex than that.

Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Queen Location Guide

That completes our Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Queen Location Guide. If you have any questions, please post a comment below.

Geothermal Anomalies are special side quests in the Lost On Mars DLC. This Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Geothermal Anomalies Location Guide will tell you where to find each of the different Geothermal Anomalies so you can snatch up your crystals, enjoy some wacky Ubisoft missions and save the world.
Want to complete all the Clutch Nixion Challenges on Lost on Mars? This Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Clutch Nixon Locations guide will tell you where to find each of the different Clutch Nixon Challenges including images of the location on the map.
If you want to unlock all weapons and items you will need to know where to find Universal Blueprints. This Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Universal Blueprint Location Guide will tell you the location of each of the different Universal Blueprints scattered across Mars, including details on their location and what features they unlock.
Your buddy Hurk has been taken apart and his body parts are scattered throughout Mars. While you are out and about you might as well help him find them. Check out this Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars Hurk's body parts location guide to find them all.

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