Postcards in Metro Exodus are collectibles that you can find scattered around the world. The Metro Exodus postcard locations are pretty well hidden, considering that you’re looking for tiny bits of paper in the chaos of the post-apocalypse. Collecting all the postcards in Metro Exodus gives you the Old World Pictures trophy / achievement. Our Metro Exodus Postcard Locations – Where to Find Collectibles guide is going to show you how to get all of the postcards hidden around the game.
NOTE: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll update it further as we discover more postcard locations.
Where to Find Postcards Collectible in Metro Exodus Chapter 1 – Moscow?
To find the postcards in the first chapter in Metro Exodus, you’ll first have to get through the introductory part of the level. The first postcard that you can find in the game is in the medical ward, where you wake up after almost dying. This is also where you can find one of the Metro Exodus Chapter 1 diaries. Anyway, walk through the hospital until you come across two guys sitting behind several desks. Turn right, and walk into the next room; the one where you can see people through the door glass. Look to the right, and examine the upper left corner of the large, green cupboard to find the postcard.
To get the second postcard in the Moscow chapter, wait until your little talk with Anna on the rooftop is over. Walk with her into the building, and go down the first set of stairs. Then, instead of going further down, walk the short corridor, and into the open apartment on the right. Approach the broken window, and look for the postcard on the right side, above the calendar.
Volga Chapter 3 Postcard Locations in Metro Exodus
There are five postcard locations in the third chapter of Metro Exodus, called The Volga. The first one we came across was in the safe house (marked with green houses on the map) in the far southwest of the area. You’ll have to climb a huge digger, then go down the yellow ladder to access the safe room. The postcard is on the wall next to the one window without chain link fencing on it.
The second postcard in this region is in the safe house in the northeast of the main island. The safe house looks like an abandoned train car. Look to the right, and you’ll see the postcard in the upper left corner of the machinery.
The third postcard we found was in the safe house in the far east of the region, at the top of the second-largest island. You’ll have to walk through a veritable graveyard of cistern train cars to get there. Eventually, you’ll come across a shack on the left that’s covered in metal sheets, and with boarded-up windows. The postcard is on the wall directly in front of you as you walk inside.