How to Find Memory Chips | Death Stranding

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What is a Memory Chip?

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Collectible Materials Scattered Around the Map

Memory Chips are data storage devices holding data from the past. The player can find them scattered around the map of the game.

Not All Memory Chips are Created Equal

Upon delivering a Memory Chip to a Bridges member via a Terminal, you will be able to view the data contained within. Most of the Memory Chips contain minor bonuses such as Figures and Soundtracks, but some Memory Chips even allow the player to craft new vehicles.

Check Your Collection from the Menu Screen

You can check your collection of Memory Chips from the Cuff Link Terminal Menu.

How to Find Memory Chips?

Use the Odradek Scanner

Odradek Scanner Memory Chips hunt
The Odradek Scanner can also find memory chips, albeit in a smaller radius. Make sure to keep using the Odradek Scanner when searching for Memory Chips.

Read Mails!

Read Mails
Some Memory Chips only appear after having their location revealed by certain preppers in the game through mail. It is highly advisable to build up connection levels first before attempting to collect the Memory Chips.

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