Shadow of the Colossus How to Get Boon of the Nomad Trophy

The Boon of the Nomad in the Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake is a trophy that you can get. To get the achievement, you have to find an Easter egg straight from The Last Guardian. The Easter egg is cleverly hidden, so you can miss it pretty easily. So, let’s see how to get the Boon of the Nomad trophy in Shadow of the Colossus.

Shadow of the Colossus How to Get Boon of the Nomad Trophy
Shadow of the Colossus How to Get Boon of the Nomad Trophy

One of the main draws of Shadow of the Colossus has always been the mystery shrouding the game. Ever since it originally launched, players have tried to unlock the many secrets of it. They would break the game in the most creative of ways, scouring every single corner. And, by and large, they didn’t really find that much. Regardless, legends of hidden Colossi and other things endure to this day, and the PS4 remake. Well, Bluepoint Games new this, so they added some secrets of their own. One of those is the Boon of the Nomad Trophy, which is an Easter Egg connected to The Last Guardian.

Where to Find Last Guardian Easter Egg in Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Remake?

The Last Guardian Easter egg in the Shadow of the Colossus remake is located to the southwest of the Shrine of Worship, aka the temple you always come back to after killing a Colossus. It’s in the forested area surrounded by cliffs. You’ll know you’re on the right track by the tall spires at the entrance into the woods. It’s beautiful in there, but don’t let it distract you.

You’ll have to explore the forest carefully to find the cave where the Easter egg is. Follow the path through the forest until you come across a fallen tree. You’ll recognize it fairly easily, because it’s lying in a puddle. Go around the tree, and you’ll come onto the entrance of the cave. Go inside, and you’ll find one of the barrels that you feed Trico in The Last Guardian. There’s nothing you can do with it, but it’s a fun little Easter egg.

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