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.
As you are tasked to return Sandrock to its former glory, you will need to collect many items to be one of the most excellent builders at Sandrock. Old Parts are essential items that you must farm or purchase. So this article will guide you on how to get Old Parts in My Time at Sandrock.
How to get old parts in My time at Sandrock
You need to farm the Old Parts to craft different items in the game. Unlike other relic materials, these resources are pretty standard, and you won’t need to spend a lot of time farming them. Apart from that, these resources are available for purchase as well. There are three ways of getting Old Parts in My Time at Sandrock.
- Mining – To mine the Old parts, head over to the Abandoned Ruins located at the Eufaula Salvage. You can get the Old Parts at any level. There are no particular level requirements to get Old Parts. Use the Relic Scanner to detect the Old Parts faster. The Old Parts will glow as yellow-colored orbs when you use a relic scanner on them.
- Purchase – You can purchase Old Parts by visiting the Eufaula Salvage Shop. Once inside, there is a register where you can interact. The Old Parts will cost you 40 Gols if you buy them directly from the store.
- Crafting using Recycler – Once you have enough mechanical scraps, you can head to the Recycler machine and put those scraps inside. Once the process is completed, you will get many items and some Old Parts.
So these are three and the easiest ways of getting old parts. You might sometimes not feel like mining the old parts; in that case, you can easily purchase them or craft them using the Recycler.
So this was all about how to get old parts in My Time at Sandrock.
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Last Updated on June 7, 2022
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