Mission 7: Mars Core Collectibles & Secrets Locations - Doom Eternal

Doom Eternal Mars Core Mission 7 secrets and collectibles are numerous, and they include toys, codex pages, albums, runes, Sentinel Batteries and Crystals, a Slayer Key, a cheat code, and so on. There’s a total of 30 collectibles and secrets to find in Mission 7: Mars Core, and you need to find 19 to complete the level 100%. Some of these are really well-hidden and hard to reach. So, in our Mission 7: Mars Core Collectibles & Secrets Locations – Doom Eternal guide, we’ll show you where to find all the stuff.

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Mission 7: Mars Core Collectibles & Secrets Locations - Doom Eternal
Mission 7: Mars Core Collectibles & Secrets Locations – Doom Eternal

There’s a total of thirty secrets and collectibles in Doom Eternal Mission 7: Mars Core. Out of those, you have to find 19 of them to complete the Mars Core Mission 100%. This will include a bunch of toys and Praetor Suit Points, Sentinel Batteries, Codex Pages, and so on. Here’s the list of what you need.

  • Toy x3
  • Codex Page x2
  • Rune x2
  • Album x2
  • Cheat Code x1
  • Praetor Suit Point x5
  • Sentinel Battery x3
  • Sentinel Crystal x1

In the video embedded below, you’ll see the exact locations of all the collectibles and secrets in Doom Eternal Mars Core. We show you both those that you need to 100% Mission 7, and also the remaining ones. And underneath that, we’ll give you some verbal pointers to where to find the collectibles we think are the most major.

Mars Core Doom Eternal Mission 7 Toys Locations

The first toy location in Doom Eternal Mission 7: Mars Core is right after you take the long elevator ride. On your left, you’ll see the control panel the mission leads you to. Go down the corridor on the right instead. There, you’ll find a question mark with the Toy Prowler.

As you progress through the level, you’ll have to progress through a bunch of huge gate-like structures on the map by boosting through towards the blue jump pad. Proceed to the room that looks like it has a large pedestal in the middle on the map. Behind that pedestal-like structure is the question mark with the Toy Carcass.

During the Get to the Escape Pod section, you’ll find a locked door, behind which you can see some zombies and the question mark. Drop down to the level where the escape pods are. As soon as you drop down, look left and punch through the vent. Go into the next room and use the blue jump boost to reach the locked room with the question mark. The Toy Pinky is in there.

Doom Eternal Album Locations in Mission 7 – Metal Head Trophy / Achievement

When you go through the gate-like structures described in the second toy entry above, and use the blue jump pad, turn around. Use the yellow bar and boost your way into the vent with the question mark. The DOOM 64 Intro track is in there.

For the second album, with your back to the Slayer Gate, head straight forward until you come across the Operations window. Jump onto the square platform on the right, and look above and to the left. You’ll see a vent grate that you can punch through, so do just that. You’ll see the question mark, in which is the Quake Champions: Goroth track.

Where to find Mars Core Cheat Code in Doom Eternal?

To find the Mars Core cheat code in Doom Eternal, head to the left from the room with the pillar in the middle and two huge System Critical screens. Proceed through the melted hole in the wall on the right, then through another melted hole, again to the right. You’ll see the question mark in the corner; be careful not to drop into the hole. The question mark has the Powerup Mode: Onslaught cheat code.

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