If you’ve reached the sixth main mission in Halo Infinite, Conservatory, then you’re probably searching for the locations of the collectibles.
Spoiler alert: there are none.
If you’re confused, we get it. Thanks to Halo Infinite’s open-world style of play, there are dozens of fun collectibles to snag. Some of these you have to get during your missions, but others are available to find any time. So, it’s evident why players may need some help along the way, especially if you’re going for that completionist playthrough.
But that isn’t the case with Conservatory.
Halo Infinite’s Collectibles, or Lack of, in Conservatory
Have you combed the entire Conservatory facility in Halo Infinite, desperately seeking the location of collectibles? Well, we’re here to give you some peace of mind.
Stop looking. There aren’t any collectibles in Conservatory.
Surprising isn’t it? By now, you’ve probably gotten used to searching every nook and otherwise nondescript area for these hidden gems. They are a cool aspect of any open-world game, and by the time you reach the sixth mission here, you may be more than ready to do a little digging again.
Alas, it isn’t meant to be. You can find some collectibles in the areas around the Conservatory. But once you go through that entrance to start the mission, there’s nothing worth searching for.
Instead, you can focus completely on the story at hand. You learn some important stuff here too such as what the Banished are looking for. This is also where you pick up another piece of Master Chief’s equipment: the Drop Wall.
Perhaps even more importantly, the Conservatory introduces a new enemy: Skimmers. You have to take care when around them too because they can one-shot you.
In fact, this mission can get brutal at times considering the new enemies, the cloaked Elites, and the damaging Brutes. So, maybe it’s best you just have to focus on the mission rather than collectibles.
In Halo Infinite, you don’t have to worry about finding collectible locations in Conservatory. There’s nothing to look for, so instead, dedicate your time to not letting the enemies decimate you. It’s easy for them to sneak up on you here. So, be sure Master Chief’s abilities like Shield are maxed out before the mission. Otherwise, you may have to restart often.
Halo Infinite is available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.