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Where To Find DLC Items In Scarlet Nexus

Scarlet Nexus featured a huge selection of pre-order incentives and special items to unlock before release. This guide on Where To Find DLC Items In Scarlet Nexus will tell you how you can claim these items if you pre-ordered the game or purchased a special edition.

Scarlet Nexus is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. Depending on where you purchased the game, it’s very likely if you purchased before release that you were given a bunch of special in-game items. These range from cosmetics, like outfits and new audio, to attachments and SAS plugins. Read on to find out when you can claim your DLC.

Where To Find DLC Items In Scarlet Nexus

Where To Find DLC Items
How many times have you pre-ordered a game only to learn you need to wait 10-15+ hours to claim special pre-order bonuses and DLC items? Thankfully, that’s not the case in Scarlet Nexus. You are able to claim all of your bonus content and DLC items almost immediately after starting the game.

After you finish the combat tutorial, there’s a small bit of story where you discuss your successful time at the academy. Once that story bit is complete, you will be able to explore a small area. There’s a shop nearby, marked by a shopping cart icon on the map – it’s right next to the person you speak with if you want to save the game.

Interact with the shop and you will see the huge list of DLC items under the Accept tab. Simply accept each item to claim the DLC as your own.

Scarlet Nexus featured a huge selection of pre-order incentives and special items to unlock before release. This guide on Where To Find DLC Items In Scarlet Nexus will tell you how you can claim these items if you pre-ordered the game or purchased a special edition.
After you reach a certain part of the story you can give gifts to your allies to increase your bond. This Scarlet Nexus Gift Giving Guide explains how all of the different gifts we've discovered interact with each of the different characters to provide the biggest bond bonus by offering favorite items.

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