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Far Cry 6: How to get resources and materials quickly



Far Cry 6: How to get resources and materials quickly

In Far Cry 6, there are a lot of resources and materials. Those for the camp, those for DIY, those to exchange … By adding the coins, there is something to get lost at the beginning. So, to explain everything to you, here you will find a complete guide on the resources, the different materials, how to get them easily, and where to get them.

How to farm resources quickly?

There are several possibilities to easily gather resources, whether it be materials or what is needed for camps. Among these, we can note:

  • Clean the bases of the FND (best place) and achieve the ancillary objectives (stealth …)
  • Divert convoys
  • Intercept drops
  • Collect Supply Caches
  • Bandidos operation
  • Meat exchange (hunting)

Of course, you will find them all over the place, but these are the most profitable. However, if there is anything that can help you a lot, it is the Safehouse Network. This is probably the installation to be done as quickly as possible at the Construction Office as soon as you have unlocked the first camp.

Indeed, it will allow you to unlock a network of hideouts and buy locations easily. Not only will you be able to teleport more easily but above all, level 2 of it allows you to have a supply cache of the guerrillas renewed every day. Best of all, the 3rd and final level will give you even more resources.

As you can see, quickly focus on this installation, and then think about teleporting to all the hideouts every day. If you’ve upgraded the setup as much as possible and purchased all of the hideout slots, you should be harvesting several hundred Camp Resources per day.

Modify your interface

A nasty trick: you can also simply turn on the pickup highlight in your video settings, in the ATH tab. This breaks the immersion a bit but with this option materials and resources will have a halo around them, making it easier to see what is to be picked up around you. Note that the color of the halo can be changed.

What are the differences between materials and resources

Before continuing, it should be noted that there are quite a few collectibles and it is true that you can get lost in them. Especially if we add the items to collect for 100%. There are however two big categories if we put aside the currencies:

  • DIY materials
  • Camp resources

The craft materials will allow you to improve your weapons and your supremo. They are divided into Printing Materials, which are undoubtedly the rarest materials, and Parts and Scrap. On the other hand, the resources of the camps are much more numerous and will be used here to improve your facilities. In addition, passed a course, the resources of the camps no longer become necessary and can be sold.

Have unlimited resources

However, there is a way to get around this and ” cheat “. Some will probably call it a glitch, and say it’s not very fair play, but you can abuse the guerrilla supply caches. Indeed, as mentioned above, they are renewed every day. So you just have to change the time on your computer/console and move forward 24 hours and teleport from hideout to hideout. Not very honest, but practical.

DIY materials

As mentioned above, DIY materials are divided into two categories. You won’t be too careful about it at first, but if you want to improve your equipment, you will definitely need to collect some. Rest assured, you will find it all over Yara, especially if you complete side objectives, such as the basics of the FND. You can also have some with the operations of the Bandidos.


This is a material that can be collected from FND caches at military sites or when you intercept supplies (missions with yellow smoke). Gunpowder is an essential material for improving your weapons, without it you will not be able to upgrade them.

Supremo Catalyst

The cousin of gunpowder: the catalysts are used this time to improve your supremo. It is, therefore, an essential material that you will once again find in the refreshments or in the crates of Libertad.

Recycled clip

You can easily find them in garages or landfills. It is a resource that can also be exchanged for meat.

Industrial circuit

A material is rarer than it seems. To get some, you will either have to carry out special operations with Lola or exchange them for meat. They are used to improve mods and supremos.

Resistant seal

Like recycled fasteners, gaskets are found in garages or landfills. It is a somewhat more common resource than the latter.

Recycled glass

It is found directly in garbage cans, dumpsters, and other heaps of waste. You can also get them by swapping meat and fish.

Industrial composite

Just like the industrial circuit, you will have to buy some from Lola to get some. A few fish will also give flesh which can be exchanged for the composite.

Resistant plastic

Exactly like recycled glass, to be had in landfills or workshops, for meat or fish.

Vehicle scrap

A fairly common material that can be obtained by recovering them directly from military vehicles.

Camp resources

Camp resources can be found everywhere and allow you to improve your facilities. Whether to unlock them or increase their level, you will need a lot of resources. Then, once you have upgraded all of your 6 installations, you won’t need them anymore and you can therefore sell everything to a merchant.

How to get metal

The metal can be either in containers, as in the screenshot, or in small doses. You will find it mainly on bases and other military equipment. The basics of the FND are also a good way to have it easy. Another very safe way for metal is to collect it from convoys.

It is possible to hijack a convoy which will give you a good score of metal. These trucks are symbolized by an orange logo on your mini-map. You can also bring the convoy back to its destination to have even more metal. Certainly the best way.

How to get gas

Gasoline can be found either in barrels or in cans. It is a resource that can be found quite easily everywhere, whether in the bases of the FND or elsewhere. Theoretically, at each checkpoint, you will find several barrels. Just like metal, you can also find it on convoys. You will also find it in gas stations.

How to get medication

Like other resources, drugs can be found either in fairly large crates, symbolized by white and blue colors, or on a smaller scale. The FND bases are undoubtedly the best place to find them, as are the convoys. As mentioned at the beginning of the article, we advise you to improve your hideout network first, which will allow you to have a guerrilla supply cache that is renewed often.


Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Unlock Stitch



Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Unlock Stitch

Disney Dreamlight Valley’s new update has three new characters two of them are from Pixar’s Toy Story and one of them is from Disney’s Lilo & Stitch. Players will be able to unlock Toy Story’s character easily but it is a bit technical to open Stitch’s character. As Stitch requires little patience and multiple Sub-Quests.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to Unlock Stitch in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Unlocking Stitch

The new update has a Stitch character in the game but you will not find it in the Valley nor in any Realm. Unlocking Stitch will require you to find three different socks around the Valley which will lead to hidden Sub-Quests and then you will be able to unlock Stitch. The Socks are very easy to find as they are not well hidden but the thing is players will not be able to unlock Stitch on the first day, they will have to wait for 10 real-life days to unlock Stitch.

Now, the reason for that is whenever you find the first Sock, the next sock will spawn in the Valley after 5 Real Life days so, you will find all three socks in 10 days and then after completing the Sub-Quests, you will unlock Stitch. Players can also change their system time and date to 5 days onward when they find the sock to complete it in a single day but it would be dangerous because you can easily corrupt your save file of the game. So, be careful if you want to change the system’s Date and Time.

The Three Socks that you need to find in order to unlock Stitch can be found in the following locations.

1st Sock Location

The very first Sock that can be found whenever is on the small Island near Dazzle Beach. You need to make your way to the small Island and you will find a Sock named “Slimy Stocking”. Finding this will start a sub-quest of Donald Duck in which you will have to give the sock to him and find the clue in his house.

1st Sock Location

2nd Sock Location

After 5 days, the second sock will spawn in the Valley and you will be able to find it in Peaceful Meadows near the pond and the staircase of Dazzle Beach. The Chewed-Up Sock will be Goofy’s and it will start a sub-quest in which you have to return the Sock to Goofy and search his house for the Clue.

2nd Sock Location

3rd Sock Location

After 5 days of finding the second sock, the third sock will spawn in the Valley. You will find the third Sock in the Forest of Valor biome near the river. Picking up the Sock will start another Sub-Quest in which you have to find out the owner of Knitted Orange Sock and then search the owner’s house for clues.

3rd Sock Location

After finding all the Socks and the clues in the owner’s houses. Donald Duck will use the clues to make a Homing Beacon that you will have to place on Skull Rock. The Skull Rock is on the Small Island near Dazzle Beach from where you found the first sock. Place the Homing Beacon on the Island and a cutscene will play in which Stitch will arrive in a rocket to the Valley. After that, you will have to talk to Stitch and Donald and then you will have to place Stitch’s house in the Valley.

After placing Stitch’s house, you will have to interact with Scrooge McDuck’s board and pay 10,000 Star Coins for the house. Once Stitch’s house is built, Stitch will be unlocked and players will be able to complete their questline in the game.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Find Buzz Lightyear’s Playing Cards



Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Find Buzz Lightyear’s Playing Cards

Disney Dreamlight Valley’s new update will let players interact with all new characters added to the game and help them settle in the Dreamlight Valley. While progressing through the questline of Buzz Lightyear, he will tell you to find his Playing Cards which are missing somewhere.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to find Buzz Lightyear’s Playing Cards in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Finding Buzz Lightyear’s Playing Cards

Following the main quests of new characters added in the game, players will get a quest named “A Space Ranger Reputation” from Buzz Lightyear in which he will ask you to find the Playing Cards that he left somewhere in Bonnie’s Room. Now, Bonnie’s Room is in the Toy Story Realm so players will have to make their way to Toy Story Realm.

Go inside the Dreamlight Castle and access the Toy Story Realm to go inside Bonnie’s Room. Playing Cards will be hidden inside the Books. Players will need to find the Books and then need to interact with them to get Buzz Lightyear’s Playing Cards.

  • ⦁ Playing Cards Location #1
    • As you enter Bonnie’s Room, you will see a Yellow Colored Book with a Rainbow on it, leaning by the Basket. Go near it and it will start shining. Interact with it and the Playing Cards will come out of it. Pick up the cards to find the first Playing Cards.
  • ⦁ Playing Cards Location #2
    • Go to the right corner of the room in front of the Red Slide and you will see a Bluebook with clouds and musical notes on it. Go near it and interact with it to find second Playing Cards.
  • ⦁ Playing Cards Location #3
    • From the second location, go straight pass the White table and look to the right. You will see a Red Book with an Easter Egg on it. Go near it and interact with it to find the third and last Playing Cards.

After finding all three Playing Cards, you need to go back to Buzz to give them to him.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Make Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies



Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Make Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies

In the new Holiday update of Disney Dreamlight Valley, there are new cooking recipes added to the game that players can cook in the game and regenerate their energy while eating the delicious new recipes of the Holidays. One of the new Holiday recipes in the game is Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies which was also shown in the picture from Disney Dreamlight Valley’s tweet for the update.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to make Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Making Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies

Minnie’s Ginger Bread is a 2-Star Meal that is very easy to make because it only requires two ingredients to cook it. The ingredients that you are going to need are the following.

  • Wheat
  • Ginger

The main ingredient of Gingerbread Cookies is Ginger which will be hard for some people who did not have unlocked a specific biome from where it can be obtained. Ginger can only be gathered from the Forgotten Lands biome which requires 15,000 Dreamlight. Not only that, the Forgotten Lands biome is only accessible through the Sunlit Plateau biome which requires 7,000 Dreamlight so, it would cost a total of 22,000 Dreamlight to unlock the Forgotten Lands.

The players who are playing from the early access would already have unlocked all of the biomes and they can easily get it by going into the biomes and harvesting it from the ground. The new players will have to grind a little in the game by completing quests and Dreamlight Duties to get Dreamlight and then unlock the biomes.

Wheat is very easy to get as its seeds can be bought from Goofy Stall in the Peaceful Meadows you just need to plant the seed and water it, and then wait for a few moments to harvest it.

Once you have all the ingredients, go to any Cooking Station and add Wheat and Ginger in the Cooking Pot. Then Click on Start Cooking which will consume 1 Coal and the Minnie’s Gingerbread Cookies will be prepared. It is a very easy recipe and you can also gift it to other characters to increase Friendship level quickly.

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