Metroid Dread Elun 100% completion guide

Complete Elun 100 percent!

As your journey through the planet ZDR as bounty hunter Samus Aran, you'll eventually find yourself in a new zone called Elun. Though it may only be a tiny area, it does have a few collectibles to find!

In this area, are plenty of secrets to be found. Here are 100 percent of all the items you can find in the Elun.

All Power Bomb Tanks in Elun

Power Bomb Tank #1

  • Requirements
    • Everything before/and Bombs

This is one of the first Power Bombs you can acquire, but picking it up, it mentions it's an unknown resource at this time. Make your way through the vents in Elun, dropping Bombs to destroy all the Bomb Blocks.

All Energy Tanks in Elun

Energy Tank #1

  • Requirements
    • Everything before/and Bombs

In the room to the left of the Chozo Soldier boss fight room, shoot the Beam Blocks in the top left corner, wall jump to the vent, then place a Bomb to destroy the Bomb Block.

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All Missile Capacity in Elun

Missile Capacity +2 #1

  • Requirements
    • Everything before/and Power Bomb

As you make your way through the vents, you will see a Missile Capacity upgrade, but you need Power Bombs to acquire it in the vents where you have to shoot your way down to destroy Beam Blocks. Climb up to the top right, and jump once more. Power Bomb on this ledge, and make your way up.

Missile Capacity +2 #2

  • Requirements
    • Everything before/and Speed Booster

This is guarded by Speed Booster Blocks. To destroy them, you need to sprint and Speed Boost into the fan in the room above. Then quickly slide through the rooms. Then when sliding underneath the where the Missile Capacity is, Shinespark to diagonally.

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