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Deathloop Pictograms: What Are They?

Deathloop players are a bit confused about pictograms used in-game.
Deathloop players are a bit confused about pictograms used in-game. / Arkane Studios, Bethesda Softworks

Deathloop players are a bit confused about pictograms used in-game.

Whether it's clever planning or overt cruelty, Arkane Studios has left several puzzles with file-specific solutions to be solved in its recent release, Deathloop. From the ever-changing delivery codes to pictograms, special orders, and more, there's a lot to keep track of in this game. Today, we're going over Pictograms: what they are, where to find them, and how to use them.

Here's everything you need to know about pictograms in Deathloop.

Deathloop Pictograms Explained

The pictograms in Deathloop are crucial puzzle pieces used to solve the notorious cassette puzzle of Charlie's Obnoxious Machine. This is currently the only way to break into Charlie and Fia's base and take down both visionaries.

The Pictograms are of Fia's design and can only be found inside the bunker near Fristad Bay. It's located in Fristad Rock, down the hill bearing the radio tower. To find it, players need to head toward the tower, up the hill, and then back down toward the island shore. The bunker, itself, is protected by a turret—so if you're getting shot at, congratulations!

The pictograms can be found on any surface inside the bunker and are always randomized. Additionally, there are different types of pictograms in the bunker, making cataloguing the right ones a bit of a challenge. Players will need to find the ones bearing green scribbles on a red background. There are four of these in total and the order they've been found in doesn't matter.

The only order that matters is when players approach the machine and pick up its blueprints. We've outlined that process in our companion article.

Deathloop is a PlayStation exclusive with an additional PC release.