Days Gone: Black Currant Herbology Collectible Location Guide

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Days Gone: Black Currant Herbology Collectible Location Guide

Days Gone: Black Currant Herbology Collectible Location Guide

Black Currant is also one of the 33 Herbology Plants featured in Days Gone, the video game developed by Bend Studio exclusively for PlayStation 4.

Furthermore, the Days Gone Black Currant is a Cascade Collectible Plant you’ll have to find if you wish to get 100% completion in the video game.

Description

Black Currant is a woody shrub containing berries rich in Vitamin C. The berries can be used for jams and syrups. Both the berries and leaves are known to have been used in herbal medicine.”

General Information

Kingdom: Plantae
Order: Saxifragales
Family: Grossulariaceae
Scientific Name: Ribes Nigrum
Region: Cascade
Collectibles Entry: 2
Crafting Material: No
Similar Regional Plants: Wood LilyKing BoleteSalmon BerryHorn of PlentyWild Bergamot

Black Currant Location

The Black Currant’s berries can help you identify this plant while exploring Cascade, the first region in Days Gone.

This plant is usually found near water sources, such as lakes and rivers. A good location to find and collect a Black Currant is the lake south of Copeland’s Camp.

Simply walk around the lake and pay close attention to your minimap if you unlocked the Hawkeyed Survival Skill.

In the picture above you can see a Blackcurrant found on the southern shore of the said lake. Pick one up to fill the 11th entry in the Herbology Collectibles list.

How to Use Black Currant

Since you can’t make jam or eat berries in Days Gone, this is yet another plant which serves no purpose except for increasing Deacon’s trust level with camps.

Therefore after you pick one to unlock the said entry in the Herbology Collectibles list, feel free to head to a nearby camp and sell the berries to the kitchen.

For each Days Gone Berry you sell, you’ll receive 4 Trust and 5 Credits.

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