Saints Row Collectible App Guide

After arriving at Santo Illeso, you’ll spend the first days in town at a standard apartment in the Mercado region. Then, as you go through the campaign and start bringing home the bacon, you’ll wonder if the Collectible App means you can go house shopping.

There’s just one little hair in the soup, though. In Saints Row reboot, you can only go through two cribs. Your first headquarter is in the Mercado apartment, and then you move out to an abandoned church in Old Town Shoreline.

Still, the game compensates for this by allowing players to decorate and find exclusive collectibles to furnish the church headquarter. After some exploration, you’ll be able to turn your headquarters into a cool-themed place.

So, let’s discuss how a collectible app guide in Saints Row reboot can make your headquarters look dandy.

Decoration

After moving you and your crew into the abandoned church in Old Town Shoreline, you’ll establish the Saints’ criminal empire. As one of the founding members, you must get the ball rolling for your crew and run chores to expand the Saints headquarters.

Your first mission after moving to the abandoned church is called “Office Décor” and briefly describes how to decorate the place.

You’ll notice that the church has specific spots in different rooms where you can place exclusive collectibles to exhibit. For instance, during your “Office Décor” mission, you’ll get a cool-looking double-barrel cannon to showcase in one of these areas.

Collectibles

Saints Row reboot introduces about 115 collectibles for players to decorate their homes. You’ll find these items in specific “secret” locations throughout Santo Illeso.

As you’ve already seen during the “Office Décor” mission, you’ll have to find the object and crack the collectibles app on your in-game phone. Then, take a picture of the collectible, and voilá, it’ll be decoration open season.

You can make almost infinite arrangements with the collectibles around the church. Even so, after gathering 85 items in the collectibles app, you’ll unlock a unique achievement called “The Collector.”

The game has four types of collectibles: small, medium, wall, and large. The collectible’s type is essential to know where you’ll be able to put it in the house. For instance, a small collectible won’t fit in a large object spot, and wall items are wall-exclusive.

So, let’s go through a few of the collectibles you can get to improve the Saints’ headquarters. I recommend that you fly to these locations to save time.

Mercado

Mercado has five collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Helm (Small)
  • Golden Stag (Medium)
  • Tripede (Large)
  • Cactus Flower (Small)
  • Guitar Guy Statue (Medium)

Smelterville West

Smelterville West has five collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Joe Cola Sign (Wall)
  • Brewery Tank (Medium)
  • Topiary Pigs (Medium)
  • Scorpion Statue (Small)
  • Metal Jackalope Sculpture (Medium)

Smelterville East

Smelterville East has three collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Mechaburger Stand (Medium)
  • Ramparts Plush Toy (Small)
  • Train Signal (Medium)

West Providencia

West Providencia has three collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Liquor Bottle (Large)
  • Bug Statue (Medium)
  • Classy Flamingo (Small)

East Providencia

East Providencia has four collectibles.

From left to right:

  • El Bar Visual Sign (Wall)
  • Golden Shitter (Small)
  • Cemetery Angel (Medium)
  • Horse Sculpture (Medium)

Rojas Desert South

Rojas Desert South has eight collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Cactus Santa (Small)
  • Route 66 Sign (Wall)
  • Spaceship (Small)
  • Jackalope (Medium)
  • Thunderpump Sign (Large)
  • Piano (Medium)
  • Captain Eagle Statue (Large)
  • Painted Keg (Small)

Rojas Desert North

Rojas Desert North has two collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Metal Coyote (Large)
  • Metal Sun Man Statue (Medium)

Old Town East

Old Town East has three collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Cabbit (Small)
  • Grizzly Bear (Large)
  • Metal Vulture (Large)

Old Town West

Old Town West has four collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Tipsy Lizard Sign (Wall)
  • City Hall Fountain (Medium)
  • Cat Herder (Wall)
  • The Turdis (Medium)

Monte Vista

Monte Vista has four collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Carrot Head (Medium)
  • Marble (Small)
  • Giant Golf Ball (Large)
  • Golf Disk Basket (Medium)

Marina West

Marina West has five collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Anchor Sculpture (Small)
  • Compass (Medium)
  • Flower Spur Statue (Medium)
  • Ice Cream Statue (Large)
  • Bronze Feather (Medium)

Lakeshore North

Lakeshore North has five collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Novelty Cowboy Hat (Large)
  • Campfire Silhouette (Wall)
  • Bronze Buffalo (Medium)
  • Triceratops Skull (Large)
  • Oversized Bullet (Small)

Lakeshore South

Lakeshore South has three collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Golden Armadillo (Medium)
  • I Heart Santo Illeso (Medium)
  • The Great Banana (Small)

West Flats

West Flats has two collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Bowling Balls and Pin (Medium)
  • Planetary Model (Small)

East Flats

East Flats has four collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Windmill (Large)
  • Golden Helmet Statue (Medium)
  • Sofa King Sign (Wall)
  • Bronze Arm (Medium)

El Dorado

El Dorado has nine collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Swan Float (Medium)
  • Knight (Medium)
  • Shoe Light (Medium)
  • Metal Rabbit (Large)
  • Calico Queen Sign (Wall)
  • The Varmint Sign (Wall)
  • Fox Tails Sign (Wall)
  • Poker Chips (Small)
  • Gas Pump (Medium)

Lake Sebastian

Lake Sebastian has three collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Mine Cart (Medium)
  • Centerpiece Bowl (Small)
  • Atlas Statue (Large)

Badlands South

Badlands South has six collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Worthy Hammer (Small)
  • Owl Windmill (Large)
  • Saddle Bar Stool (Medium)
  • Model Plane (Small)
  • Cactus Cowboy (Large)
  • Singing Bush (Small)

Badlands North

Badlands North has six collectibles.

From left to right:

  • Golden Urinal (Medium)
  • Fanciful Map (Wall)
  • Western Chuckwagon (Large)
  • Bear Rug (Wall)
  • Silver Obelisk (Small)
  • Ancient Vase (Small)

Quest-exclusive Collectibles

The collectibles I’ve marked above are pretty quick to get. You’ll only need to shake a leg, get on the spot, and photograph the object.

However, not all of Saints Row’s collectibles are listed above. While completing the game’s missions, you’ll get access to a few exclusive collectibles you wouldn’t find on Santo Illeso.

For instance, upgrading your criminal empire tier and completing ventures grants you many collectibles.

We’ll list the collectibles and their required missions below.

  • “As Seen on TV Knife (Small)” – Main Campaign.
  • “Drug Shipment (Small)” – Drug Pallet Pickup Deliveries.
  • “Go-kart Trophy (Small)” – Pony Express.
  • “Hoverboard Trophy(Small)” – Eurekabator! venture.
  • “Hummingbird Codex (Small)” – Main Campaign.
  • “Planet Saints Pedestal (Small)” – Planet Saints venture.
  • “Toxic Waste Barrel (Small)” – Bright Future Disposal venture.
  • “Caca Cabana (Medium)” – Kev mission.
  • “Cactus Jack (Medium)” and “Cow Statue (Medium)” – Neenah mission.
  • “D20 (Medium)” – Castle Kraken venture.
  • “Doc Ketchum’s Horse (Medium)” – Main Campaign.
  • “Dustlander Throne (Medium)” – Eli mission.
  • “Gatling Gun (Medium)” – Main Campaign.
  • “Interstellar Phone Booth (Medium)” – Laundromat venture.
  • “Nuke Mount (Medium)” – Big One venture.
  • “Space Suit (Medium)” – Let’s Pretend venture.
  • “Training Dummy (Medium)” – First Strike venture.
  • “Vat of Fabulous (Medium)” – Cutting Edge venture.
  • “Western Golden Cannon (Medium)” – Kev mission.
  • “Womy Apple (Medium)” – Kev mission.
  • “Devil’s Eggs (Large)” – DLC.
  • “Jimrob Statue (Large)” – Jimrob’s Garage venue.
  • “KAKTS Radio Tower (Large)” – Radio Station venture.
  • “Lit Chick (Large)” – DLC.
  • “Oversized Boot (Large)” – Main Campaign.
  • “Saint Discordia (Large)” – Saints Skyscraper.
  • “Chalupacabra Sign (Wall)” – Chalupacabra venture.
  • “Shady Oaks Sign (Wall)” – Shady Oaks venture.
  • “Wanted Poster (Wall)” – Complete all Wanted jobs.
  • “Wuzyerz Repo Yard (Wall)” – Wuzyerz Repo Venture.

Using The Collectibles

After acquiring a few collectibles, take a stab at pampering up your house. There are north of seventeen collectible locations around the church, and you can arrange them to emanate the vibe you want.

As an example, here’s how I’ve set my bar:

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