If you play Death Stranding and tired of build roads, this guide will show you some tricks of how to build roads as fast as possible, let’s check it out.
First things first. Roads require you to deposit materials into auto paver systems scattered throughout the Central Region. You’ll need to donate three types of materials: chiralium, metals, and ceramics. Most auto pavers already contain an initial amount of these materials as donated by other players, and it’s up to you to deposit the rest of them. Some pavers are fairly easy and hassle free to complete, requiring only around 1k ceramics/metals and around 100 chiralium to construct the roads. Other ones, however, can get pretty steep, requiring a lot more of these materials. Here’s how you can get as many of them as possible…
In the rain, you’re going to want to pick up all the chiralium on the ground while eliminating as many BTs as you can. The easiest way to do this is by sneaking up on them and slicing their tethers, which will instantly kill them and make them drop some chiralium. You need to progress far enough into the story to do that though, so if you haven’t unlocked that ability yet, I recommend stocking up on hemantic grenades and ex grenade #2s (aka poop grenades). An ex grenade #2 attracts BTs to an area. Toss one, wait for a group of BTs to move to the area, and then finish them off by throwing a hemantic grenade into the group. Just remember that larger BTs are harder to kill and require more than one hemantic grenade to be thrown. Turning down your difficulty to the lowest setting (assuming you aren’t already playing on it) can help a bit, too. On lower settings, the timefall damages your cargo less and you don’t have to worry about repairing it as much. There is no penalty to reducing the difficulty in Death Stranding. Difficulty only really matters if you are attempting a premium delivery and want to achieve the “Legend of Legends” rank on hard mode. Besides, you can always turn the difficulty back up again whenever you’d like. So don’t worry too much about bumping it down during your chiralium collecting.
Metals and Ceramics
Scoot around the camp and repeat this process. Get pinged, drop a decoy, hide, let the mules come, and take them out either with the bomb or the gun. There will probably be a few remaining mules here and there who weren’t lured into the trap but at that point they should be very easy to deal with now that you’ve taken out a bulk of the camp. You can also use your truck for cover as the last few mules come trickling towards you. With all the mules out of the picture, it’s time to loot. Get back into your truck, drive around the camp, and pick up as many of the ceramics and metals as you can. Ceramics often come in a stack of 320, offering you copious amounts, while metal caps out at a little over 200 (as far as I know). That’s A LOT, considering how many of these stacks you are going to be picking up around the camp. Load these supplies into your truck, and then head for the auto pavers around the map to build your roads. Mule camps take a few hours to fully repopulate, but you can spend this time withdrawing materials from facilities, completing deliveries, and picking up lost cargo to earn these sweet materials on the side while you wait for the mules to return. Have fun, and keep on keeping on!
That’s all we are sharing today in Death Stranding Fast Road Building Guide (As Quickly As Possible), if there are anything you want to add please feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll see you soon.
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