Final Fantasy 7 Remake: How to Get Back to the Sewers

Final Fantasy 7 Remake: How to Get Back to the Sewers

You'll head through the Sewers of Midgar as part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake's main quest. But how do you get back there after that?

The Sewers are one of two underground areas you can explore in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. You'll play through them shortly after visiting Don Corneo for the first time, but will need to return to pick up certain items and to complete a particular side quest. In this guide we'll show you how to get back to the Sewers whenever you want, as it's not immediately obvious where the entrance is.

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How to Get Back into the Sewers in Final Fantasy 7 Remake

The Sewer entrance is unlocked after completing the second mission at Corneo's mansion. This is unlocked during the final side quest area before heading to the last mission. You'll know which mission it is, as it is the only main mission unlocked at the time, after the plate collapse. Just head to the mission marker and complete it. It involves helping Leslie track down Corneo, once you've completed it, you'll unlock a new entrance to the Sewers which you can return to whenever you want. For a look at where to find Corneo's Secret Stash, head here.

Where is the Sewer Entrance?

The Sewer entrance is unlocked by completing the mission we described previously. Once you've done that, a marker will be added to your map. You can check this out in the image below. There's plenty to find and see in the Sewers, including a Music Disc (more on where to find those in this guide).

Here's where you can get back into the Sewers | Jake Green/USG

For more on Final Fantasy 7 Remake, be sure to check out our review. Elsewhere, there's Kat's primer which you should check out before starting.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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