A great place to extract it is in the anthill northwest of the first field station or near a small cave where you had to investigate what weakened the laser when trying to repair the mysterious target. On Xbox, highlight the weapon, the trigger opens a menu and you select Repair and you need the items listed to repair it. The repair tool is a simple tool that can be used to repair base buildings, %26 storage utilities and decoration. You can repair those structures by repeatedly striking such objects with the tool.
It cannot be repaired, which means that when it breaks, the player must make another one. The new object repair mechanic only makes the game more annoying than difficult. I would prefer that they introduce a gun repair kit similar to armor glue to use instead (and obviously continue with the use of armor glue). Since weapons now need materials equal to their manufacturing equipment, I also don't understand why more quartzite should be used either.
As in most games, Grounded's armor can deteriorate after being hit by ants, spiders and other soldier insects. When you get injured and have to respawn, the impact the armor receives is substantial. You always have the option of getting new armor, but not all armor is easy to get. For some, you have to spend hours looking for resources and it can be an arduous task.
In such a situation, repairing the armor will renew it to its former capabilities. For this, the game has armor glue and super armor glue that are capable of repairing the armor. Stay and we'll show you how to repair armor in Grounded. You can repair the armor with armor glue or armor glue.
When you want to repair a specific armor, the game will inform you about the resources needed to perform the repair and you need to have those things to do the repair. If you want to repair the bee armor, you need a superglue. Similarly, to repair ant armor, you need a glue for armor. To make the repair kit, you need certain materials.
These are the materials you need to make the armor.