Death Stranding: How to build a bridge
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Death Stranding is an excellent game because you can do many unique things. Unlike some of the games that came out this year, Death Stranding is a title where you have the ability to help others whenever it's needed. Having said that, we already covered that you can leave various objects such as ladders so that other people can use it. In addition, once you advance a little bit throughout the main story, the tenth order will be to make a bridge. Needless to say, this is not going to be that easy, especially when you do it for the first time.
Let's take a look at what do you need to do in order to build your very first bridge in Death Stranding.
Building the bridge
Before we dive into explanations, the bridge is also an object that you can decide whether or not you want to leave behind. However, unlike ladders, a bridge is definitely a lot more useful, and it will help many other players. That's why we encourage you always to leave your bridges because they can work wonders for some, especially the new players who have no clue what to do.
The first thing you need to do in order to construct this bridge is to accept the request from the Distribution Center located in Capital Knot City. From there, you need to go to the west side of the map until you reach the river bank. This is where you will be building your bridge.
In terms of the actual process of building a bridge, there are two main things you can do. First, you can start the project by yourself and let the other players finish it, or you can just build the bridge by yourself by using the materials that you've gathered so far. However, keep it in mind that you need to have around 200 metal to complete this project, which means that you need to "farm" it a little bit.
The best way of getting the metal is via the MULE camps. However, they are not the best place in the world to go to, so be very careful when you go there. Feel free to check our how-to-deal with MULEs guide in order to get a better understanding of what to expect.