During your time in the Midtown region of Stray, you’ll need to reach Clementine’s address in order to meet Clementine, the last Outsider you’ll need to track down. As is the case with most things in this feline-based adventure, though, things aren’t just spelled out for you. You’ll need to use some clues in order to find your way there, and it all starts with the photograph given to you by Zbaltazar.
Stray Clementine’s Address Location
Clementine’s address is written on the back of the photograph you have in your possession from the very start of the game.
The photograph has a blue symbol, next to three green dots above five red dots. This seems like complete jargon, but when you reach Midtown, you need to keep an eye out for the blue symbol, just next to the red neon arrow sign next to some alien language.
Head through here and you’ll end up in the Midtown residencies. The three green dots translates to the third floor, and the five red dots mean apartment five. With this knowledge, you can now make your way up to Clementine’s place and hop through the small gap in the wall next to these red and green dots once more to find your way inside.
While you’re here, Simon, the robot who gives you the cassette, is on the ground floor of the residencies. Speak to him and he’ll ask you to break the cameras Neco Corp’s Sentinels installed in the area. We have a complete guide on how to get the Cassette in Stray, should you need a hand with this, too.
That’s everything you need to know on where to find Clementine’s address in Stray. Looking for more guides? We’ve got you covered with all Morusque Music Sheet locations, where the electrical cable is, what the mysterious safe password is, how to get Super Spirit Detergent and the Cassette Player, and how long Stray takes to beat, among many others.
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