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Sons of the Forest – How to Get the Golden Armor

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Golden Armor

One of the very last key items that are required in order to complete the story of Sons of the Forest is a Golden Armor. Golden Armor is required in order to unlock the Golden Gate which will lead you to the ending of the game and if you don’t have obtained the Golden Armor, you will not be able to unlock the door.

In this guide we’ll tell you how to get the Golden Armor in Sons of the Forest.

Golden Armor Cave Location

The Golden Armor can be found in the cave on the Southeast side of the map. You can find this cave at the base of the Mountain. The cave is marked with interest point on your GPS Tracker. However, before you get to this cave, you will have to get the Maintenance Keycard in order to unlock the door inside the cave.

Golden Armor Cave Location

Golden Armor Location

Golden Armor can be found on the Level 2 of the building in the last room of the 2nd Corridor. You will be able to get to the Level 2 of the building after the story cutscene in the building.

Getting the Golden Armor

Once you have entered the Cave, go along the path to reach inside the building. Go down the staircase to reach the locked door. Scan the VIP Keycard to unlock the door. Go ahead to reach a Yellow Door. Interact with it to start a cutscene. After the cutscene, go straight to reach the staircase. Go down the Staircase to reach the Level 2 of the building.

Go inside the Level 2 and pass through the first corridor and go to the second corridor. Go inside the last opened door in the corridor and you will find the Golden Armor placed on the sofa. Interact with the Armor to pick it up.

Golden Armor Location

After getting the Armor, make sure to wear it before opening the Golden Gate in the Bunker Cave.

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