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Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3

Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3
Another clue searching mission requires 6 Bell Tower Tokens. In this guide we tell you Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3 so you can quickly get through this clue seeking segment, progress further into the story, and climb the nearby bell tower.

There are 6 tokens to find in total. There are two in the first main area, then you can move some drawers to one side and access the corner, revealing a lot more drawers and cupboards. From here there are 4 more to find. We’ve included screenshots for each area below.

Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3

Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3

Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3

Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3

Once you have located all of the tokens, be sure to pick them up when you’ve found them, you head to the Bell Tower.

Another clue searching mission requires 6 Bell Tower Tokens. In this guide we tell you Where To Find The 6 Tokens In Shenmue 3 so you can quickly get through this clue seeking segment, progress further into the story, and climb the nearby bell tower.
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