Iron Ore My Time at Sandrock – My Time at Sandrock is the second project of Pathea Games, which is considerable. The first one is My Time at Portia. Both the games look and feel quite the same. Of course, My Time at Sandrock is visually more upgraded. The graphics are on par with the games released in 2022. I would say that it looks better than many of the games released this year. I was a big fan of Fortnite Save The World, which reminds me of that.
Like My Time at Portia, My Time at Sandrock takes place in a wholesome post-apocalyptic world 300 years after the Day of Calamity destroyed most modern technologies. You arrive in Sandrock after accepting the job of Sandrock’s newest builder. It is your job to return this rusty city to its former glory. Gather resources to build machines, befriend locals, and defend Sandrock from monsters. All while saving the town from economic ruin.
With that being said, Crafting is one of the game’s key activities, and you will be able to climb the progression ladder by crafting better items. Also, note that the side missions seldom need you to prepare items as a necessity to complete the given quests. One of the items that you will need to get is Iron Ore. As metals are the main ingredients in manufacturing and upgrading weapons, so you should spend time farming for those. So this article will guide you on how to farm and get Iron Ore during My time at Sandrock.
How to get Iron Ore in My Time at Sandrock
You can get Iron Ore in My Time of Sandrock from the mines by using your pickaxe and the other tools with which you farm. The primary way of getting Iron Ore is by mining at the Gecko Station Abandoned Ruins. You can also purchase iron ore if you have reached the Iron Technology level. Iron Ores can be bought from the Eufala Salvage shop priced at 16 Gols for each Iron Ore piece. It would help if you were careful when purchasing Iron ores because you can only buy 15 at one go. But you will need way more than that to upgrade or craft weapons or items. So the best way to get it is by spending time farming it. After getting enough Iron Ores, you will have to get back to the mines. You will need a lot of Iron Ores if you are an average-level player.
How to use Iron Ore in My Time at Sandrock
Like any other crafting game, the game tasks the player with building items using the resources they gather. Since Iron Ore is the most critical resource in the game, it can be used to craft and develop other things in the game as well. Iron Ore can be utilized at the Civil Furnace, and you can make Steel Bars, Chromium Steel Bars, and Magnesium Steel Bars. All three of these steel bars play an essential aspect in my time at Sandrock’s overall building and crafting experience.
To craft Steel bars, you would need 3 Iron Ore, 1 Dinas, and 1 Graphite. While the Steel bars are one of the most critical pieces of crafting material in the game, they can be used to make weapons, different tools, and specific building pieces and play a more significant part in building the Robot Suit.
The Manganese Steel bars require 3 Iron Ores and 2 Manganese Ores. Although it has less number of uses than Steel bars, it still has its importance. You can use these Manganese Steel bars to make Civil Grinders and Steel Frames extremely useful for Water tanks.
Crafting the Chromium Steel bars would cost you 3 Iron Ores and 2 Chromium Ores. Apart from being an essential resource for preparing, it can also be used to gift Heidi.
So this was all about how to get and use Iron Ore in My Time at Sand Rock.
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Last Updated on June 2, 2022
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