How to Get Maps of All Landmarks in "Prototype" for PS3

by Anthony Hare

The "Prototype" game for the PlayStation 3 has many interesting features, such as vehicles you can pilot, super-human powers and giant tentacle mutants that dwarf buildings. However, a feature it tragically lacks is a map that details the location of all 200 landmark orb collectibles. These are blue and usually can be found at the top of tall buildings and monuments. You'll definitely run into a few of them by accident, but to quickly hunt them all down, saving weeks of hair pulling and desk thumping, you need to look up their exact locations. Fortunately, there are several maps you can find on the Internet.

Step 1

Navigate your Internet browser to a game guide website, such as IGN.com or SuperCheats.com, which are listed in the References section below.

Step 2

Click on the "Search" box that is usually found at the top of the page. Type "Prototype PS3" into the box and press the "Search" button. Click on the result that lists "Prototype for PlayStation 3" or something similar.

Step 3

Locate the game guide section on the "Prototype" page. On IGN.com, this is along the top menu bar. On SuperCheats.com, there is a box that says "Click here to go to our guide" at the top of the game's information.

Step 4

Click on the section of the guide labeled "Landmark Orbs," "Landmark Collectible Locations Map" or something similar. These sections should contain maps that show the location of every landmark orb in the game.

Tips & Warnings

  • Landmark orb resources for the Xbox 360 and PC editions of the game also can be used, since the landmark orbs are in the same location on every version.
  • There are purple colored orbs that look similar to landmark orbs. These are hint orbs, and do not count toward your landmark orb total.

About the Author

Anthony Hare has been writing and publishing online since 2005. His work has been published in newspapers such as the “Bromsgrove Standard” and online for the video game website Critical Gamer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in print journalism from the University of Gloucestershire.