How to find Three Hidden Presents in Pet Simulator 99

Trying to find the three hidden presents in Pet Simulator 99? Well, we know all the details of how they spawn and more!
Roblox Pet Simulator 99 Hidden Present Atlantis
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In Update 5 of Pet Simulator 99, Preston and the dev team have added in three hidden presents for you to find. Opening these presents can get you free rewards, and don’t take that much effort to find them.

Check out our guide section if you’re looking for other PS99 guides, such as how to get Secret Keys!

Pet Simulator 99 Three Hidden Presents Guide

In Update 5 of Pet Simulator 99, they have added three presents you can find. These differ from the other presents you could find over the Holiday period. These three presents are not in fixed locations and will be different for everybody, so telling you where I found mine will not help you. Instead, I can give you details on how to find them.

The presents in Pet Simulator 99 will appear one at a time. Once you find the first present, the next one will spawn. Importantly, these presents only appear in areas you have already unlocked. For instance, if your progress is up to Area 58, you won’t find a present in Area 98.

The location of the presents does not follow a linear path through the game areas. For example, if your first present is in Area 66, the second one might not necessarily be in Area 67 or higher. It could very well spawn back in earlier areas like Area 5. This randomness means you may need to revisit areas multiple times.

Present Rewards

While the rewards from these hidden presents are a modest 75 Diamonds and a chance for another reward as well, they are still worth the effort, especially since they are free. However, temper your expectations, as the rewards aren’t as significant as those found in the Secret Rooms.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter is the Managing Editor at Try Hard Guides, and main guide writer. With over five years of experience in games media, including almost three years as an Assigning Editor for Pro Game Guides, and before that a Staff Writer.

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