Sky: Children of the Light
Sky: Children of the Light is the latest game by thatgamecompany, and it’s similar to Journey. It’s a massive multiplayer online game (MMO) in which you can fly around beautiful landscapes and join with others to solve simple puzzles. I have a generic guide here, but wanted to break things down into more specific ones. One of the new additions during the Season of Sanctuary is the addition of bells that you have to collect. This guide will show you how to find them.
Season of Sanctuary – Beta
NOTE: This is an upcoming season. Only read if you don’t mind spoilers.
The Season of Sanctuary has arrived in beta! This guide will show you where to find all the memory fragments (or bells) so you can give them to the quest giver at Sanctuary.
First, to get to Sanctuary, head to Daylight Prairie. From there, head to the Birds’ Nests area. Notice there’s a new opening through the clouds and you can see a structure through there. Follow it to find Sanctuary!
Look for the Guide and then talk to her to get the first quest.
Here’s a video for the first two quests:
Head down to the small ruins on a little island and face the rock. A treasure map will appear! Find the waterfall in the drawing and go behind it. There’s a little “honk” icon. Tap it and then collect the bell behind the waterfall. Return to the guide to complete the first quest.
For the second quest, head to the mountain she showed you and get another treasure map. This one is inside the hole in one of the floating islands. Use the geyser to get to it!
And here’s a video for the third and fourth bells:
And here’s a video for the fifth bell:
More coming soon!
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