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Far Cry 3 Relics Locations Guide - Archaeology 101 - Pt. 2

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Far Cry 3: "Archaeology 101."

Far Cry 3 Relics Guide: Pt. 2

Far Cry 3 Relics Guide: Pt. 2

Far Cry 3 Central North Island Relics.

Welcome to the Far Cry 3 Relics locations guide, part two! Part two of my series on the collectible relics in Far Cry 3 covers the twenty-seven relics on the center of the northern island, required for the Archaeology 101 achievement/trophy and also for the completion of your tatau.

This guide contains a map of the central area of the north island with the relics clearly marked. In addition to this, it also contains in-game screenshots from Far Cry 3, showing you the path to each of the relics covered: saving you frustration and time spent looking for cave entrances or other nuisances you may otherwise come across!

If you started your relics collection from the beginning of this guide series, this part will bring you up to 49 of the 120 Far Cry 3 collectible relics.

As mentioned, part two covers 27 relics on the western area of the north island:

  • Relics 4, 6, 7, 8, 24, 26, 28, 35, 36, 37, 38, 54, 56, 58, 64, 65, 66, 67, 85, 88, 91, 93, 94, 96, 97, 116 & 117.

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Far Cry 3 Relics Locations Map, North Island: Central.

Far Cry 3 Collectible Relics - Archaeology 101: 49 of 120 covered.

Far Cry 3 Collectible Relics - Archaeology 101: 49 of 120 covered.

Far Cry 3 - Archaeology 101: Relic 54, Shark 24.

For this part of the guide, we will start with Relic 54, Shark 24. This relic is found within a small settlement off of the western coast of the island, next to a spade!

Far Cry 3 Archaeology 101: Relic 91, Heron 1.

From the previous relic (Relic 54, Shark 24), head along the main road going to the southern coast of the island. From there, follow the screenshots to make your way up the mountain to a small structure. You'll find the relic in between bags of grain and other foodstuffs.