Welcome to save the world, commanders! These are tips for you to ensure to make the best out of you. So please follow them carefully
(Bold = VERY IMPORTANT)
- DO NOT EVER TRADE WITH ANYONE, nasty business out there
You might wonder why this is number 1 in the list. Because trading is not part of the game at all and people always fall for the scams without realizing. So please, don’t trade and you’ll be fine.
- Upgrade your survivors, the higher the rarity the better, match the leader with his job (EMT squad leader in EMT squad), match the survivors with their lead that has the same personality (curious lead survivor with curious survivors)
If you want to be more powerful, then you have to upgrade your F.O.R.T stats. That’s where survivor squads come in. If you want to unlock more, you have to advance in the story to get more slots
- Using guns higher than tier 2 in stonewood will just deal the same damage as your tier 1 gun due to how low region balances the stats. Use your own guns instead.
For example a power level 51 gun does exactly the same damage as a power level power level 23 gun. You are basically wasting your resources. Unless you are a high power level player and you are emptying your backpack.
- If you ever need a nice weapon, unlock the collection book, get 100 legendary flux and research either Wraith or Silenced Specter. Otherwise everything works in Stonewood.
This is pretty much self explanatory.
- Once you have evolved a schematic, you can still craft the lower tier of the schematic using the downcraft schematic.
And people kept wondering why they can’t craft lower tiers of the schematic.
- Upgrade your F.O.R.T stats once you unlock Lars The Scientist by spending research points.
This is just the same as upgrading your survivors. But requires some patience.
- Doing 90s is not only waste of resources. But it's also useless against husks. So forget everything about battle royale in this mode.
Seriously, you are wasting your own resources doing 90s that absolutely has no use in the mission, and then you ask the others to give you more (based on my experience). If you want to do 90s go to
- If you ever ran out of resources and want to farm them. Set your privacy to private, Bring an outlander (in this case Metal Team Leader). And go to any mission that doesn't have a timer. Farm as much as you like. But watch your backpack. After you finish farming switch your privacy settings back to Public, else you'll keep soloing in other missions too.
But do not ever farm in public missions! You’ll piss off those players who are focused on defending the objective. Including the constructors.
- Heroes aren't there for the looks! They're good in a special hero loadout. (Never play Shrapnel Headhunter for WeNeGaDe WaIdEh. Play her in a shotgun build)
What’s so special about that outfit anyways, it’s just another overrated outfit by kids.
- Weapons wont help you in storm shield defenses, trap are your only best friend in this case. So always learn how to trap your base properly.
You are going to learn it the hard way if you didn’t try or use traps properly in storm shields.
- Once you reach Plankerton. You need to learn how to deal with elemental husks. A guide can be found here
Nothing is worse than a person building metal in a nature storm mission. Even worse when it’s nature storm with metal corrosion.
- Take it slow, have fun, never rush, or you'll miss tones of mechanics
This game mode doesn’t require sweating unlike the other mode. Taking it slow will yield you some nice information about how to play the game properly.
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