Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed has some of the most interesting locations that parody real-life cities. Yet its most interesting place is located on the moon, and it’s something that’s unique to this game, called the Solaris moon base. This Blisk forward base is disguised as a Soviet operation who are blissfully unaware of their lobster-like overlords.
In this guide, we’ll point you in the direction of every Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed Solaris collectibles you can find on the map. The collectibles are marked on the map but it’s up to you to get the exact location.
Use the game’s in-game collectible tracker to help you out. You should see the bottom of your screen pinging more frequently the closer you are to a collectible. Otherwise, feel free to use our guide to point you in the right direction.
(You may want to open these maps on a different tab to be able to zoom in.)
The Solaris map is somewhat small on the surface. The mines provide more space to explore but it is only unlocked post-campaign while doing the last side missions to eliminate the last of the Blisk on the Moon.
All Solaris Artifact Locations
Unlike other collectibles, Artifacts are not unique. They are a number and no matter where you get them from, it contributes to the overall unlocks instead of corresponding to a specific piece of art.
The 10th Artifact is located in the Quarry that is unlocked during the “Lights Out for the Lobsters, Part 2” odd job mission.
All Solaris Furonigami Locations
Most of these collectibles are actually quite accessible. With the exception of a couple of mission-locked locations. The Blisk Hive poster is located in a cave that houses a structure that kind of reminded us of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Maybe.
On a board of wood deep in the mines.
The Northwest wall of the dome located Southeast most of the map.
Dome cluster at the center of the map. North wall right of the passageway of the Eastern dome.
Poster at the edge of a suspiciously placed wall of the alien’s crater. South.
The Blisk Hive
Cave South of the Northern landing zone. Behind the mysterious black metal structure. (2001: A Space Odyssey reference, I think.)
All Solaris Furotech Cells Locations
Furotech cells are required to upgrade weapons and armor in Pox-Mart. Collecting them seems like a hassle but when you realize how many cells you need to upgrade your gear, the search for them becomes a little of a priority.
The 30th Furotech cell is located in the Quarry that is unlocked during the “Lights Out for the Lobsters, Part 2” odd job mission.
One last thing, finding all the artifacts unlocks the “Arty Facts” trophy. The same goes for finding all the records, that one unlocks the “This is Earth Radio” trophy. Getting all the posters unlocks the “Gotta Catch All the Pop Art” trophy.
Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed is out now on current-gen consoles and PC (via Steam).