Portable Phonographs Locations - Good Listener Trophy Peril on Gorgon
Portable Phonographs in Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon DLC are collectibles that you need to find to unlock the Good Listener trophy / achievement. There’s a total of twenty portable phonographs you’ll have to find in Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon to get the achievement. Some of the collectibles are fairly easy to unlock by cursory exploration, while others are extremely well-hidden. That being the case, here’s our Portable Phonographs Locations – Good Listener Trophy Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon DLC guide to show where to find them all.
Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon Good Listener Trophy Portable Phonograph Locations – Where to Find
The first Portable Phonograph location for the Good Listener trophy in the Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon DLC is at the very beginning of the quest. For more detailed info on that, check out our How to Start Peril on Gorgon Outer Worlds DLC guide. Long story short, at the start, you’ll get a mysterious package in your ship’s cargo bay. When you open it, you’ll find a portable phonograph inside. Interacting with it is the jumping off point, after which you and your crew set a course for Gorgon. So, yeah this one is a part of the story, so I wouldn’t worry too much about missing it.
Master Bedroom Portable Phonograph in Peril on Gorgon – How to Get
To get the Peril on Gorgon Portable Phonograph in the Master Bedroom, you first need to get the key. To do that, head into the dining room on the ground floor, then into the kitchen on the left (you’ll need the Kitchen Keycard to enter). As soon as you go in, head straight forward towards the red pipe. Follow that corridor to the small door. Crouch, open it, and go into the office. Loot everything you want, including the Master Bedroom Keycard on the marble desk. Proceed into the Master Bedroom (the locked room to the right of the place where you meet Wilhelmina), and you’ll find the phonograph (Olivia’s Goodbye) below the Halcyon sign on the left.
Where to Find Portable Phonograph in Office of Creative Incubation
To find the portable phonograph in the Office of Creative Incubation, proceed through the building until you find the large, oval, theater-looking room that’s full of crates and other guff. Also, there are some enemies here, so don’t just go waltzing in. Fortunately, you can take them by surprise if you’re careful. Anyway, at the top of the room, there are two doors. Go through the left one, and you’ll find the phonograph (An Interview with Dr. Ambrose, Part 1) in one of the shelving units. It’s a little difficult to explain in words, so make use of the screenshots below. The map will be especially helpful, of course.
Executive Suites Outer Worlds Portable Phonograph Location
The Executive Suites in Outer Worlds Peril in Gorgon are a grouping of “apartments” in the east of Gorgon Canyon. You can see the exact location in the screenshots below. Head to the leftmost apartment of the complex, on top of the ramp. Enter through the door with “Wipe Your Feet!” written on the right. Head straight forward to the far side of the room to find the phonograph (An Interview with Dr. Ambrose, Part 2) next to the bed. There’s also a whole bunch of ammo in there, so help yourself to anything you need.
Portable Phonographs Locations in Peril on Gorgon DLC in Outer Worlds
Another portable phonograph location in Peril on Gorgon is in the far west of the map. There, you’ll find several enormous pipes wrapping around a wall. Follow these pipes westward, and you’ll come across a huge, yellow grate. On the ground right of the grate you’ll find a white box and yellow bin. The portable phonograph (Lucky’s Notes: Onto Something) is on the white box. This is one of the more difficult collectibles to find, since it is well and truly the definition of “off the beaten path.” You can use the screenshots below to see exactly where to find it.
This guide is a work in progress. We’ll jeep updating it as we discover more portable phonographs in the Outer Worlds Peril on Gorgon DLC. Stay tuned.
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