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The Front: How to Get Wood



The Front - Wood

The Front is a new Survival Open-World game where players have been sent back in time to stop the rise of a tyrannical empire. There are various enemy types in the world of the Front that players will encounter in their playthrough. All players will start with nothing and they will have to first make their starting outpost and complete main missions to progress into the main story. One of the most useful resources that players must gather from the beginning is the Wood.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get wood in the Front.

How to get Wood in The Front

Wood is one of the most useful resources in The Front and all players will have to get it for various crafting recipes. As crafting recipes is required for both the betterment of the outpost as well as progress in the main story, players will be able to get wood through various means.

  • Collecting Branches
  • Harvesting Bushes
  • Cutting Trees

All three methods mentioned above can be used to get wood in the Front. Collecting Branches and harvesting Bushes are the basic methods as they don’t require any kind of tool. You just have to locate branches and bushes on the ground and collect/forage them by pressing the F button.

Cutting down the trees is the best way to gather wood in The Front as each tree can net you from 20 – 40 wood depending on the size of the tree. One of the starting tools that you can make early in the game is the Stone Axe which can help you cut down the trees and as you progress and level up in the game, you will be able to craft more advanced cutting tools along with vehicles that can be used to cut down the trees as well.

Make sure to keep notice of your Tech Tree to see which recipes you can unlock to get access to advanced tools.

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