In this Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception guide, we’ll help you find the five treasures in Chapter 21 “The Atlantis of the Sands,” part of the PS4’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.
We’ve organized our guides by chapters. To find the chapter name, press the Options button and select Load Game from the pause menu. The name of the current chapter (but not the number) appears on the bottom line of the most recent save in the Load menu.
There’s no map in Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, so for each of the collectibles below, we used photo mode to zoom out and give you some context surrounding the treasure locations. Use the images to make sure you’re in the right area and the added arrows to help you find your way.
Bronze Man of Nashqum treasure location
Right at the start of the chapter, you’ll be running down some stairs. Keep to the left at the landing, and the Bronze Man of Nashqum will be at the dead end.
Sabaean Alabaster Stele treasure location
Back at the landing, take the stairs on the right. As you pass the first tower, jump inside. The Sabaean Alabaster Stele is on the ground inside.
Akkadian Statue Head treasure location
After you spot Talbot and Marlowe, you’ll have a fight with some new enemies. From where you landed on this platform, turn right. Head up the stairs into the tower, and the Akkadian Statue Head will be ahead (pun!) of you.
Sabaean Moon Symbol treasure location
After your first hallucination when you chase Talbot and run from the spiders in Cartagena, you’ll end up in the elevator again. Before you leave, turn around and head back into the temple(?). The Sabaean Moon Symbol will be down a couple stairs behind you.
Statue of Gudea treasure location
After your second hallucination, you’ll wake up in the empty fountain. In the next hallway, the Statue of Gudea is on your left after the second pair of statues.
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