Where do you find the Artefacts and Puzzle Pieces in the GPU Jungle world of Astro's Playroom? This is the jungle-themed area that you'll visit, and is divided up into four different levels. In total, there are 9 Artefacts and 16 Puzzle Pieces for you to collect here. As part of our Astro's Playroom guide, we're going to reveal the location of all collectibles in GPU Jungle, in the order that you'll discover them.
There are 2 Artefacts and 4 Puzzle Pieces to collect in Renderforest.
Artefact #1: PS Move Motion Controller
Once you reach the first checkpoint, fall off the ledge to reach a new area where you'll find a Horizon Zero Dawn Easter egg among others. Towards the back of this area are some reeds which you can move by blowing on your DualSense. Inside the cave you'll find exposed electrical cables which when tugged revealed the PS Move Motion Controller Artefact (See Also: Astro's Playroom: All Artefacts Locations).
Renderforest Puzzle Piece #1
Destroy the two caterpillars circling the tree stump to reveal a plant that you can climb. Then hop up the tree to the Puzzle Piece (See Also: Astro's Playroom: All Puzzle Pieces Locations) at the top.
Renderforest Puzzle Piece #2
In the next section, kill the caterpillar and then head to the area to the left. Tug the exposed electrical wires and navigate the tightrope to the Puzzle Piece.
Renderforest Puzzle Piece #3
Use the glass canisters to break the rocks in the dangling platforms. One of them has coins inside, while the other has a Puzzle Piece.
Artefact #2: PlayStation Vita Game Pack
After the Uncharted section, where the barrel rolls down the hill, head up the pathway and go directly left. You can jump down to some platforms and behind them is a craggy wall and some exposed electrical wires. Tug them to get the PlayStation Vita Game Pack Artefact.
Renderforest Puzzle Piece #4
When you cross the bridge towards the very end of the level, look down to the left at the end of the bridge for the Puzzle Piece.
There are 2 Artefacts and 4 Puzzle Pieces to collect in Teraflop Treetops.
Teraflop Treetops Puzzle Piece #1
When the microchip transports you up the wall for the first time, there's a yellow hand-hold you can quickly grab. This opens up a new area. Climb around it to find the Puzzle Piece.
Teraflop Treetops Puzzle Piece #2
The first time you need to use the DualSense controller to swing up the monkey bars, there's a Puzzle Piece to the left of the second monkey bar. Tilt the controller to reach it.
Artefact #1: PlayStation Camera
Immediately after this puzzle piece, jump to the hand holds on the left. These break under pressure, so you need to push down the triggers until you feel the resistance. Keep climbing for the PlayStation Camera Artefact.
Teraflop Treetops Puzzle Piece #3
Keep climbing the monkey bars and a Puzzle Piece will literally appear before your eyes. It's unmissable, just tilt the controller to the left and jump up to get it.
Teraflop Treetops Puzzle Piece #4
On the same monkey bar as the previous one, move to the right and jump to the hand hold to reveal a new area. Navigate this for a Puzzle Piece.
Artefact #2: DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
From the previous Puzzle Piece, fall down and grab on to the monkey bar below. Swing up for a new Artefact: the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller.
There are 2 Artefacts and 4 Puzzle Pieces to collect in Raytrace Ruins.
Raytrace Ruins Puzzle Piece #1
At the very beginning of the level, where the Astro Bots are playing Ninja Bots, pull the exposed electrical cables to reveal the Puzzle Piece.
Raytrace Ruins Puzzle Piece #2
To the left of the first checkpoint, there's a secret path you can take with a Puzzle Piece hidden in an alcove in the wall.
Artefact #1: PSVR Processor Unit
Once you've climbed up the wall with the vines, head to your right where there's a platform with exposed electrical wires on top. Pull these to grab the PSVR Processor Unit Artefact.
Raytrace Ruins Puzzle Piece #3
When you cross the tightrope, let the wind blow you to the platform to your right. Hard punch the plant to reveal a new rectangular platform that can be climbed. The Puzzle Piece is near to the top.
Artefact #2: PlayStation Vita
On the same platform as the previous Puzzle Piece, smash the glass on the very top, revealing some exposed electrical cables. Tug them for the PlayStation Vita Artefact.
Raytrace Ruins Puzzle Piece #4
After the boss fight with the bow and arrow, start navigating the tight rope and once you're about halfway look to your right. There's a target for you to shoot. Hit it and you'll reveal a new area with a Puzzle Piece.
There are 3 Artefacts and 4 Puzzle Pieces to collect in Mt. Motherboard.
Mt. Motherboard Puzzle Piece #1
After you pass the first cannon shooting rockets, you'll see the first Puzzle Piece to the left of the wall you're climbing. Swing up and jump to it.
Artefact #1: PSVR Headset
From the previous Puzzle Piece, grab the hanging rope nearby and swing across to a new climbing area. Navigate your way to the top to get the PSVR Headset Artefact.
Mt. Motherboard Puzzle Piece #2
Immediately after the previous Artefact, after riding the microchip back to the critical path, you'll see the Puzzle Piece directly above you.
Mt. Motherboard Puzzle Piece #3
After the collapsing spherical climbing structure, you'll work your way up some more monkey bars. Jump over the wall to your right for another Puzzle Piece.
Mt. Motherboard Puzzle Piece #4
Shortly after the previous Puzzle Piece, you'll find yourself in a new area with two caterpillars attempting to block your progress up the wall. Fall to the very bottom hand hold to reveal a new Puzzle Piece.
Artefact #2: PSVR Aim Controller
Then, once you've got the previous Puzzle Piece, carefully climb the wall and you'll find a new Artefact at the top: the PSVR Aim Controller.
Artefact #3: PlayStation 4
You'll unlock the final Artefact for simply completing the GPU Jungle world. It's a PlayStation 4!
Did you find all the Artefacts and Puzzle Pieces in GPU Jungle in Astro's Playroom? Take a look at our Astro's Playroom guide for more help, or click through the following links to continue to find all Astro's Playroom collectibles: CPU Plaza, Cooling Springs, Memory Meadow, SSD Speedway, and PlayStation Labo.