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Sons of the Forest – How to Get Flashlight




There are a lot of caves on the Island in Sons of the Forest. All the caves are dark and will require you to either pull out your lighter or torch. You can make a torch with a Cloth and a stick but that will also not do the job If you want to explore the cave thoroughly. You will have to get a flashlight and it will let you see clearly in the cave and even at the night.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get Flashlight in Sons of the Forest.

Getting the Flashlight

The flashlight is one of the useful items that can be obtained only by exploring the interest points or GPS Signal on your GPS Tracker device. You need to track the GPS Signal which is on a cliff near the mountain. The GPS Tracker is closer to the river coming down from the mountain so, if you follow the river ad keep going up, you will reach the signal easily. After going up the river, you will have to go to the left side and you will reach a cliff.

You will see a rope strung around a rock and if you go directly under that rope, you will see a body hanging with that rope. Now, you need to cut the rope by using your Utility Knife. Strike the rope with the knife to cut the rope. The body will fall and you will have to go down to reach the body.

Location of Flashlight

Now, loot the body to get the GPS Signal and you will find the Flashlight on the body. Interact with the flashlight to get the flashlight. Now, you will be able to use the flashlight by equipping it. You can add the flashlight to your bag if you want and you will be able to use it inside the caves as well during nighttime.

The flashlight does not have an unlimited battery so, it will consume batteries. You can find batteries inside the suitcases which can be found all over the island.

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