Last Updated on 24 December, 2022
Stalcraft Beginners Guide – Check out this beginner’s guide where you will find useful tips such as how to get resources and weapons.
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A brief intro about Stalcraft
The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is the setting of the free-to-play dynamic MMO game Stalcraft, which combines survival and shooter gameplay. The game’s square army figures stand out in the realistic-looking setting, making it a crossover between Roblox and Escape from Tarkov. We’ll provide you the foundational knowledge everyone should have before setting out on this post-apocalyptic voyage because you’ll be fighting a lot of foes, scavenging for resources, and generally exploring a new world.
Stalcraft Beginners Guide
How successful you are in Stalcraft depends on your choice of faction, your knowledge of where to get resources, and your choice of the best weapons. Let’s get going.
In Stalcraft, there are two factions to pick from: Bandits and Stalkers. A lawless group, bandits only believe in the use of force and grab everything they want without asking. Stalkers, on the other hand, are respectable adventurers who adhere to their code. Make sure your buddies are in the same faction if you are playing with them; otherwise, you won’t be able to play together.
Different spawn locations, outposts, and potential future recruitment options exist for each faction. While Bandits have Boathouse and can recruit to the Mercenaries or Covenant, Stalkers start in Ataman’s HQ and can join the Freedom or Duty sub-factions. Depending on your main faction, we advise choosing the Duty/Mercenary sub-faction if you enjoy PvP. If you prefer PvE, choose the Freedom/Covenant sub-faction.
Both factions are generally rather similar, with one slight advantage favoring the Bandits. Specifically, their HQ are closer to regions where there is plenty of loot. So choose Bandits if you want to avoid making any unnecessary effort.
In Stalcraft, you will have three slots for weapons. One each for the main weapon, the sidearm, and the knife. On the map, you can find and scavenge weapons and ammunition from dead enemies. When debating which weapon to maintain as your primary one, keep the availability of ammo in mind. Change to a different gun if the ammunition for yours is difficult to come by.
SMGs, LMGs, shotguns, assault rifles, sniper rifles, and even special weaponry like flamethrowers are all available in the game. To be ready for every type of encounter, we advise having one long-range and one short-range weapon at all times. The greatest weapons are the HK MP5K and Mosin sniper rifles, assuming you can find them.
Your primary means of obtaining gear will be bartering and crafting. Every base on the map will contain traders who will sell you gear in exchange for items you have found or plain old cash. In addition, there are tasks called “World events” that you can finish. In these quests, you basically go out and kill a bunch of bad guys, save someone, etc. in exchange for a reward.
There are daily quests and rifts where you can grind farther for greater rewards in addition to world events.
Investing in a metal detector and looking for caches is another excellent option to get your hands on some tasty rewards if you want to avoid engaging in battle. Keep in mind that they won’t be marked on the map, so you’ll need to explore a little to find them.