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There is a working TV on which a video game is being displayed. Neither the TV nor the console can be damaged.
In the northwest area of the map, you can find the car from Back to the Future. If you interact with it by going around to the back, it will leave and fly around the barn a few times before disappearing.
21 garden gnomes are hidden throughout the game as a collectible item.
Each gnome has its own name, appearance, and description including the “Dark Side Gnome” that references Star Wars, the “Italian Plumber Gnome” that references Mario, the “Green Plumber Gnome” that references Luigi, and “Jultomtem,” which references Santa Claus (Jultomtem being the Swedish name for Santa Claus), among others.
If you’re having trouble finding any, use the video guide below for help.
The city of Kalleby has a street named Adagatan. This is a reference to “Kalle and Ada,” a type of joke in Sweden.
Locked storage houses sometimes contain the Holy Hand Grenade from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It is more powerful than a regular grenade.
18 blueprints are hidden throughout the game. While you can’t do anything with them, they serve as a collectible. If you’re having trouble finding any of them, use the video guide below for help.
West of Salthamn, you can find a bonfire with a weapon in it. This is a reference to Dark Souls, as well as a hidden weapon, since you can take it.
If you interact with church organs, they will play music.
The game world is persistent until you close the game completely. This means you can switch characters and have your game world remain exactly as you left it. This allows you to get around inventory limitations by creating a second character to use for storage. When you need an item you’ve given to your storage character, just drop it in a safe house, then switch to your main character and collect it.
However, if your game crashes you will lose any item that was on the ground at the time. Use this method with caution.
There are several command bunkers throughout the game that you’ll need to find in order to complete your mission, unlock new missions, etc. In addition to the bunker you get the location for at the start of the game, there are six more you’ll need to find. You’ll need to interact with the warboard at each bunker.
If you’re having trouble finding any of the bunkers, use the video guide below to find them all.
22 mixtapes are hidden throughout the game as a collectible. If you’re having trouble finding any of the mixtapes, use the video guide below for help.
14 Dalahastar, or Dala horses, are hidden throughout the game as souvenir collectibles. These carved horses are done in a traditional style commonly found in Sweden. Each horse collectible has its own name and appearance. If you’re having trouble finding any of them, use the video guide below for help.
Get a pair of binoculars, then when you find a high enough place do some spotting before actually going places! You can see what buildings you can enter and the ones you can not, or see a scaffold to climb up! If you're getting shot at don't stay in one spot you have to move! Especially by the big robots their missiles are locked on target so yes you have to move!