Star Wars Battlefront 2 collectibles location guide

You may not have noticed there are Star Wars Battlefront 2 collectibles, depending on how closely you've been paying attention during the campaign, as they are hidden away in crates that you need to hack open with your little droid friend ID10. In total there are 23 of these secret items to locate, with plenty of them squirrelled away from the main path through the campaign in Star Wars Battlefront 2, which means it's easy to completely overlook them if you're not sure where you need to search. That's why we're here to help, so use this guide to quickly locate all of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 collectibles.

Sadly, there's no trophy or achievement for finding all of the collectibles, and the original small in-game reward of Crafting Parts for completing Scavenger Milestones were removed when the progression system was totally overhauled, which means picking up all these hidden items is now a matter of personal pride for completionists more than anything else.

Follow our guide and The Force will be with you. Always.

Prologue: The Cleaner

3 Collectibles

Collectible 1
At the start of the mission once you've shocked the Rebel and taken control of the droid, turn right and Slice the crate stacked against the wall.

Collectible 2
When you exit the second ventilation shaft, head through the lower area full of computer banks to find the crate on top of some boxes.

Collectible 3
After retrieving a weapon and taking out the Rebels up ahead, turn left and go along the walkway, then left again into a corridor to find the crate.

Mission 1: The Battle of Endor

5 Collectibles

Collectible 1
At the start of the mission, take the right hand path towards the destroyed AT-AT Walker with the red ELIMINATE target on it. Underneath it you'll find the crate.

Collectible 2
As you make your way to Platform 4, you'll ambush a Rebel patrol outside a bunker. Take care of them, then hack your way into the bunker and Slice the crate inside.

Collectible 3
Once you've defeated the large group of Rebels by the crashed ship, turn left in front of it to find a path leading to a bunker - hack into it to find another crate inside.

Collectible 4
After clearing the Rebels at the base of Platform 4, go around the back and look under the stairs for the crate before heading to the upper level.

Collectible 5
When you reach your TIE Fighter at the end of the upper level, go past it and look behind the wrecked X-Wing to find the last crate in this mission.

Mission 2: The Dauntless

2 Collectibles

Collectible 1
When you land in the hangar and take out the first wave of enemies, head towards the exit in the smaller side hanger but turn right instead of left to spot the crate you can Slice up in the rafters.

Collectible 2
In the control room where you need to hack the terminals to destroy the power cores, on the lower level head underneath the main platform to find the crate.

Mission 4: The Storm

4 Collectibles

Collectible 1
On your way to the Archive, after you pass through the second gate you'll see a statue in front of you. Turn right and go down the ramp, then enter the fenced area on your left and look for the crate on top of a stack of containers.

Collectible 2
Once you leave the building you pass through after the Archive Courtyard, head left into the side area and you'll spot the crate on top of another stack.

Collectible 3
In the same area, follow the marker to a gate you need to hack, but before proceeding look over the railings to spot the crate on some pipes down by the water.

Collectible 4
When you leave the area by the lifts and head towards the AT-AT, go up the first set of stairs and across the road, then up the steps on the other side. Turn right at the top and follow the next set of stairs, then two small sets of steps on the left will lead you to a raised platform with the crate you are looking for on it.

Head to page 2 for the rest of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 collectibles.

Iain Wilson
Guides Editor

Iain originally joined Future in 2012 to write guides for CVG, PSM3, and Xbox World, before moving on to join GamesRadar in 2013 as Guides Editor. His words have also appeared in OPM, OXM, PC Gamer, GamesMaster, and SFX. He is better known to many as ‘Mr Trophy’, due to his slightly unhealthy obsession with amassing intangible PlayStation silverware, and he now has over 500 Platinum pots weighing down the shelves of his virtual award cabinet. He does not care for Xbox Achievements.