Mass Effect Andromeda Memory Trigger Locations - Ryder Family Secrets, Eos, Havarl, Elaaden, Voeld, Kadara

Mass Effect Andromeda Memory Trigger Locations - Ryder Family Secrets, Eos, Havarl, Elaaden, Voeld, Kadara

A complete guide to your space adventure, including full mission walkthroughs and loads of advice to help make your journey easier.

Ryder’s father locked portions of SAM’s memory array, meaning SAM is unable to recall certain information. In this Mass Effect Andromeda Walkthrough Guide we’ll walk you through finding all the memory triggers that are need to unlock these parts of SAM’s memory and complete the Ryder Family Secrets mission.

If you don’t want to know where to find the Mass Effect Andromeda memory triggers on Eos, Havarl, Elaaden, Voled, and Kadara, why not take a look at our Mass Effect Andromeda Guide and Walkthrough hub instead? It’s full of useful articles. We promise!

Memory Trigger Locations in Mass Effect Andromeda

Ryder Family Secrets is unlocked early on in the game. The core part of it centers on finding the missing memory triggers, at locations scattered around the main planets.

Eos Memory Trigger Locations

All the Memory Trigger Locations on Eos are easily findable by looking for their locations on the game map.

One memory Trigger is hard to reach, however. It’s located on the top of a section of mountainous rock. To reach it, drive the nomad up the slope in the picture below. Go up to levels then head right and follow the edge of the mountain round.

Havarl Memory Trigger Locations

The first Memory Trigger on Havarl is easy to find. It’s marked on your map in the south. The second two are best found during the ‘A Dying Planet’ mission. Head over to our complete walkthrough of ‘A Dying Planet’ to find the locations of each.

Elaaden Memory Trigger Locations

It’s easiest to tackle these three in order from south to north as you make your way from the Elaaden entry point.

The first is out in the open and easy to find. The second is inside a cave to the south of the waypoint marker highlighting its position. Simply head down to the lowest level on the southern side of the mountains and you’ll find the entrance. There are some big enemies in here, so be careful.

The third is on top of a mountain, but it’s a massive pain to reach. If you head to the south of the peak you’ll see a couple of gulleys leading up. Head up the one of the left and keep boost jumping. If you jump up towards the top left and keep pushing forward, you’ll scramble up and be able to grab the memory trigger.

Jump up here and to the left and you should make it to the top

Voled Memory Trigger Locations

All the Memory Trigger locations on Voled are clearly marked on the game’s map, making them very easy to find. They all are on the lower area and require to to move about inside the nomad.

Kadara Memory Trigger Locations

Two of the Memory Trigger Locations on Kadara are easy to find using the game map, but the third, located in the south west, is high up on a rock formation. To reach it you’ll need to drive the nomad up a grassy slope and then jump across.

If you want more on Mass Effect Andromeda, we’ve got a complete romance guide including Peebee, Cora, Liam, Suvi, Jaal, Gil, and Vetra, a look at AVP and Cryp Pod use, a guide to the best weapons in Mass Effect Andromeda, solutions to all Remnant Decryption Puzzles and how to work them out yourself, an overview of research, crafting and mining, and detailed looks at combat profiles and powers.

Now you have all the memory triggers and can continue the mission and get to the bottom of the mystery.

Tom Orry

Audience Development Manager, Gamer Network

Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

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