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Where To Hand In Digimon Medals In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory

Where To Hand In Digimon Medals In Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth - Hackers Memory
What do you do with that bag brimming with Digimon Medals? This guide will tell you Where To Hand In Digimon Medals In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory so you can help the Medal Man complete his massive collection of 700 Medals and reap the rewards – all without telling his wife.

If you’re at all familiar with the first Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, the process is the same. You can find medals scattered around on the floor, given as rewards for quests and speaking to people, and won from various machines scattered throughout the game. Each medal has its own rarity but you cannot trade them individually, but fear not as they do not have any other use in the game. If you played the original game your progress with the Medal Man is carried over.

Before you’re able to trade in your medals you must first progress far enough through the story to unlock the Nakano map. It’s after the first Important Quest so it doesn’t take long. Once you’ve unlocked Nakano head there and go inside the large mall.

Once inside you way to travel up to Broadway 4F, either via the stairs or elevator. Once there head to the location marked by the large coin on the map below.

Where to find the Medal Man

Speak to the Medal Man to deliver your medals and get any of the rewards.

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