How to Get the Sun and Moon Ball: Item and Location Guide | Resident Evil Village (Resident Evil 8)

This guide gives specific information on the Sun and Moon Ball item in Resident Evil Village. To learn more about this item's location, buying and selling prices, and item description, read on.

Sun and Moon Ball Overview

Resident Evil 8 - Sun and Moon Ball

Sun and Moon Ball
Description A ball made of metal decorated with a sun and moon.
Type Key Item
Location On the path to the Beneviento House, take a left and there will be a house with a small graveyard next to it. On the grave will be a small box containing the Sun and Moon Ball.

Sun and Moon Ball Location

Labyrinth Ball Location

The Sun and Moon Ball can be found inside a chest on the ground near a gravestone in the Garden area as you make your way back from House Beneviento. Note that you can only access this area after defeating Angie and Donna.

Sun and Mood Ball Use

Labyrinth Location
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Can be sold to the Duke for 15000 Lei

Use the Sun and Moon Ball to solve the Labyrinth puzzle in the Gardener's House on your way back from House Beneviento.

Beneviento Labyrinth Puzzle Guide

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