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Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart guide – a full walkthrough to help you complete the game

Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart spybots: 2
Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart gold bolts: 3
Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart CraiggerBears: 1

Zurkie's Bar and Gastropub

Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart walkthrough: Scarstu Debris Field

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Scarstu Debris Field isn't very big. This space outpost is just the home of Zurkie's Bar, which is where most of your time will be spent on this "planet". With that in mind, there is a gold bolt to find before you enter the bar – see our dedicated guide linked above. Along with a CraiggerBear, which we also have a guide for at the top of this page, and a Pocket Dimension to get the Q-Force Helmet. There's also a spybot in the distance behind the bar, but you can't get it yet because you don't have the Hurlshot. When you do get it on Torren IV, return here to get the spybot.

Enter the bar and you'll meet Pierre Le Fer, a robot pirate who makes you take on his gang in the Battleplex Arena. The fight isn't too difficult, it's just waves of enemies, but after you take down the fifth wave, you'll face off against Francois. This fight is similar to the Nefarious Juggernaut; he fires bombs, jumps towards you, and can bring in some smaller enemies. Never stop moving and you'll see the fight off in no time, especially if you're generous with the Topiary Sprinkler and Mr. Fungi.

Completing the fight is the end of your mandatory time on Scarstu Debris Field, but you can keep challenging the rest of the Bronze Cup in the arena for extra rewards. Later on in the story, you'll unlock the Silver and Gold Cup challenges, which is how you get the rest of the gold bolts and spybots.

Now you have the option of Savali or Blizar Prime, so pick whichever one you fancy. Savali is on the next page, Blizar Prime the page after.

Ford James

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