07 May. 2011|
Wood axe h1z1,wood stain oak veneer,enclosed trailer shelf plans - Review
Unfortunately, the similarities between DayZ and H1Z1 extend beyond the setting and into the state of the game. H1Z1 is seeing a flood of new players despite the fact that it only launched this past Friday as a Steam Early Access title. The first step you should take when you spawn on a H1Z1 server is to find out where you are on the map. This image posted by Reddit user RoyAwesome on the H1Z1 sub-Reddit has all the locations in the game along with a coordinate grid (larger 80 MB version).
You will die quickly if you go running around the world of H1Z1 with only your fists after you spawn.
To learn more about what you can craft in H1Z1, take a look at the appropriately named H1Z1 Craft. Unfortunately, I had to run past a massive herd of undead to get here, making quite a bit of racket in the process, and they're getting closer as I bring out my axe. Opening the inventory window and switching to the crafting tab shows me that I already know how to whittle wood logs down to planks and sticks. I take my survivor's shirt off and shred it into strips, and then put it in the discovery window with the wood sticks. It even goes through some steps automatically for me—if I choose to craft wooden sticks, the game will first transform logs to planks, and then to the stick that I want.
It's a small thing that makes H1Z1 feel more game than simulation, much like how your health, thirst, and stamina are tracked in the interface instead of inferred through “you are hungry” messages and how hazy your screen becomes, but it works.