Where to Find Cyclops Bridge Fragments in Subnautica

In this guide, you will come to know where to find Cyclops Bridge Fragments in Subnautica.

Starting from the coral tube sticking up out of the water, you will need to head northwest or one bump to the left or northwest until you reach the northwestern mushroom forest.

It is recommended to have a sea moth with an Mk1 depth module, a high-capacity O2 tank, a sea glide. And you will also need a scanner.

The main threat you will encounter in the mushroom forest is the bone shark which can do decent damage to you and your sea moth. You can easily kill bone sharks using a knife or avoid them. 

Once you reach the mushroom forest, you have to search for cyclops bridge fragments on the seafloor throughout the mushroom forest. 

Starting from the coral tube, you have to head 2 or 1 in a half bump to the right of southwest until you reach a wreck in the sea treaders biome.

It is recommended to have a sea moth with an Mk1 or Mk2 depth module, a high capacity O2 tank, a sea glide. You will need a laser cutter to explore the wreck, and you will need a scanner.

There aren’t any threats you will encounter on the sea treaders path. But you might encounter warpers near the wreck, which can warp you out of your vehicle, and if they do, you can either run away from them or attack them enough with the knife until they warp away.

This arch is a good indicator that you are getting close.

Then you have to search outside the wreck and in the wreck for bridge fragments.

After that, you have to head two bumps to the right of the southwest or between southwest and west until you reach a large drop. It will lead you to the sea treaders path.

As your head toward the drop, you have to pay attention to the seafloor because fragments can spawn in the small crevasse’s and seafloor as you get near the sea treader’s path.

After reaching the sea treaders path, you have to look on the seafloor on the sea treaders path for cyclops bridge fragments.

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