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Where To Find Coin Lockers In Yakuza Kiwami 2

Where To Find Coin Lockers In Yakuza Kiwami 2
Both Kamurocho and Sotenbori have locker keys to find and coin lockers to open. This guide will tell you Where To Find Coin Lockers In Yakuza Kiwami 2 so you can use your keys to open the lockers and claim whatever has been left inside.

There are two main towns in Yakuza Kiwami 2. Kamurocho is the largest, main town and Sotenbori is a much smaller place to explore. They both have 50 lockers but Kamurocho’s keys are spread through all of the chapters whereas you can find 49/50 Sotenbori keys on your first visit. Below is the location of the coin lockers in both cities.

Kamurocho Coin Locker Location

Kamurocho Coin Locker Location

Sotenbori Coin Locker Location

Sotenbori Coin Locker Location

That’s Where To Find Coin Lockers In Yakuza Kiwami 2 in both cities. If you have any questions or find yourself stuck, post a comment below.

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