Lost & Found - Commuter Pass Location in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

Lost & Found is one of the early subquests in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows. In order to complete it, you’ll have to help a stranded boy find his lost commuter pass so he can get home. You’ll find the boy in question near the shopping district, and he’ll tell you about all the places he visited, but the game won’t mark the pass’ location on your map. If you want to avoid scouring the entire area for the lost item, this guide will show you commuter pass location in Lost & Found side quest in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.

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Lost & Found Subquest – Commuter Pass Location in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

Where to find stranded boy’s commuter pass?

When you talk to the stranded boy for the first time, he’ll tell you about his predicament. He’ll tell you how he had the pass in the shopping area – which is where you’ll find him. He then went to the river to meet a pal. They went to central plaza afterwards, which is where he reached into his pocket, only to find out he didn’t have a commuter pass anymore. That means he must’ve dropped it near the river, while he was meeting his friend.

If you haven’t spotted during your earlier travels, you might have trouble finding it. It’s in the eastern part of the map. Go to the street next to the embankment and head south. You’ll find the child’s commuter pass on the sidewalk in the southernmost portion of the street. It looks like any other dropped item – a glowing little orb that’s easy to miss. Just keep your eyes peeled for the glimmer.

Once you have it, return to the boy, who will be eagerly awaiting your return at the entrance to the shopping area. Give him the pass, and you’ll get your rewards.

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