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Resident Evil 7 Files, Antique Coins, Mr Everywheres, and Videotapes guide

We have the location of every Resident Evil 7 File, Antique Coin, Mr Everywhere, and Videotape if you want to find them. These collectibles are everywhere in Resident Evil 7 and not all of them can be tracked down at your leisure. Some are hidden in action heavy section that are easy to miss, or in areas you can't revisit if you realise you've missed one. 

It means you have to be clever with Resident Evil 7 collectibles if you want to get them all with the minimum of replays. You can also need to recollect things if you die between finding something and triggering an autosave. Meaning the Stats option is your friend here if you want to check your collectible counts if you're not sure.

And, if you're looking for more help to deal with the Bakers? We also have a complete Resident Evil 7 boss fight guide.

Guest House

File 1/32: Email from Mia

At the start of the game, go into your inventory and examine the Email from Mia then interact with it to register it as a file.

Videotape 1/4: Derelict House Footage

Upstairs in the Guest House, grab this tape from the dresser next to the tape recorder.

Antique Coin 1/18

As soon as you start watching the Derelict House Footage, take a few steps back and look down to grab a lockpick. Once inside the kitchen, use it to open the locked drawer in the side unit. When you've finished the video, return to the kitchen and interact with the now unlocked drawer to find a coin inside.

File 2/32: List of Names (Front)
File 3/32: List of Names (Back)

After pulling the secret switch in the fireplace and entering the basement area, continue through the flooded corridor until you find Mia in a cell. On the table opposite is a list of names - make sure you interact with both sides to collect two files.

Map: Guest House

Once you head up the stairs from the basement area, open the dresser drawer in the corridor to find the Guest House map.

Next: Main House

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