Final Fantasy 7 Remake Guide: How to Get Through Corneo’s Secret Stash and Find Treasures

Today is the big day when the long-awaited remake for the 1997 PlayStation game Final Fantasy arrives on PS4 consoles, and the excitement of the fans is way off the charts. However, we should also consider that Final Fantasy 7 Remake isn’t launched as a full version. Only a first part is available on PS4 consoles starting today, and it covers what happens in Midgar, while another part will most likely be released in 2021.

Early in the FF7 Remake, in the Sector 5 Slums, you’ll come across gates that have two red dragons on them. There are treasures behind the gates, and you should find a way to open. With this guide, you’ll learn how to open the gates and collect treasures.

Do the side quest called “Corneo’s Secret Stash”

You’ll get the chance to pick the quest up and open the gates on Chapter 14. For the beginning of the quest, you have to meet the journalist near the Sector 5 Slums. Talk to him, he’ll tell you about the hidden Corneo Stashes and say that the key is in the hands of the Guardian Angel.

Walk towards the nearest station to the journalist. You’ll meet Johnny, and you’ll have to help him find his wallet. Head for the “Tomboy Bandit” quest and go to the church. There, you’ll meet Kyrie. This character has both the key and the wallet of Johnny. But she gets into some trouble with the Shinra folks.

Accept challenges

Travel to the Wall Market after you leave the church. Get into the coliseum and accept the fight against the Beastmaster. You’ll have to defeat both this guy and his pet. If you win the fight, you can return to the church where you can pick up both the key and Johnny’s wallet. The next step is obvious: you may open Corneo’s Vaults with the key you got. After you leave Sector 5 you can head for the junkyard. You’ll find the first Corneo Vault, you can open it with the key and collect the treasure. You’ll get to find and collect other treasures as well in a similar way in Sector 6 Collapsed Expressway, Don Corneo’s house, and so on.

We’re hoping that this guide was helpful enough for you. All the hints seem to point to an even bigger success for the remade version of the Final Fantasy 7 game than the original 1997 version. Therefore, you shouldn’t hesitate to try out the remake.

Patricia Smead is The Trending Times’s senior contributor covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Patricia graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.

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