A valuable element that you will find in the world of Death Stranding are the Chiral Crystals, and they will be extremely useful. They will be extremely rare and strange, but you are playing a game of Kojima. It is better to accept it than to ask too many questions. This is how you will find them in Death Stranding.
Not everything will make sense in Death Stranding, and it’s fine if things don’t always seem entirely clear. For those who are new to Kojima games, they will quickly realize that this is what they like to do.
How to obtain chiral crystals in Death Stranding
These crystals will stand out for everyone. You will find them in the middle of the world, protruding from the ground, surrounded by a large golden skeleton hand. Many players will not know immediately what to do with these crystals because walking towards them initially says that you do not have the right equipment.
Luckily in Death Stranding, there is a history mission that cannot be omitted called “Order No. 8. Collection: Chrystals Crystals“, which is found during Episode 2 of History. Completing this particular story mission will provide players with the right equipment to start reaping these useful resources in the future.
You will spend the mission with a quick tutorial on how to collect them. After they are collected, you must take them to a recycling center in one of the largest cities to process them. After processing the materials, you can take them at any time by approaching a terminal and pressing the “Claim materials” icon in your inventory.
You will often want to obtain these resources because they are used to upgrade structures, create equipment and buildings, and are the source of fuel for the floating conveyor. In the future, you will find them scanning your immediate area.
They will appear marked in the game. However, they only appear on your scanner when they are within a 100 meter radius, so be sure to scan areas frequently to discover them all.
Good luck finding all the chiral crystals in Death StrandingPlayers. They can be found all over the map, so don’t hesitate to spend some time off the beaten path to explore.
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