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Final Fantasy 15 Treasure Spot Guide – Locations & Rewards

Final Fantasy 15 Hidden Treasure Spot Guide - Locations & Rewards
Final Fantasy XV is home to dozens of unique, rare and valuable hidden treasures. This Final Fantasy 15 Hidden Treasure Spot Guide lists all of the treasure spots we’ve located so far, what rewards they contain and any other useful information to ensure you grab all the best items on your travels.

Treasure Spots are entirely hidden on the main map unless you speak to a specific NPC. Usually, in most areas, there’s an important NPC that acts as a contact and your main source of intel for that area. Once you speak with them regarding Treasure Spots they will reveal the locations on your map. However, they do not reveal all of the Treasure Spots on the map so exploration is still encouraged.

Check below for an area by area guide on the Treasure Spots in Final Fantasy XV. The locations are easily discovered using the information above but if you feel a little overwhelmed at times, the guide below shows you if the reward is worth the trek.

Final Fantasy 15 Treasure Spot Guide – Locations & Rewards

Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Hammerhead
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Longwythe Rest Area
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Galdin Quay
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Coernix Station - Alstor
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Wiz Chocobo Post
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Cauthess Rest Area
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Old Lestallium
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Lestallium
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Cape Caem
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Taelpar Rest Area
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Burbost Outpost Emporium
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - The Vesperpools
Final Fantasy XV Treasure Spot Guide - Verinas Mart - Ravatogh

We’re updating this as we go so check back soon for updates.

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