How to Deal with MULEs | Death Stranding

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The MULEs are one of the hostiles in the game Death Stranding. Read on to know more about MULEs, including their behaviors, motives, and how to deal with them.

What are MULEs?

Cargo Thieves

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MULEs are hostile humans who prey on porters. Despite their nature, however, MULEs will only ever try to steal your cargo.

MULE Camp

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MULEs usually stay en masse in 'camps.' Stolen cargo from other players may also be found in these camps.

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Cargos in the MULE Camp scanned by Sam.

Cargo Detection

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MULEs are especially sensitive to cargo. Also, MULEs attack in groups, so it is highly suggested to drop off your cargo before attempting to take items from MULE Camps.

How to deal with MULEs

Sneak Attacks

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Metal Gear fans will feel at home when battling MULEs. The signature sneak attack works against MULEs and can instantly take them down when executed properly.

Equipment

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Sam can use several types of equipment to take down MULEs. One example shown is the bola gun, which can bind enemies down.
List of Equipment | Death Stranding

Throwing Cargo

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The focus of the game is delivering and protecting cargo so this should be used as a last resort. Throwing cargo at MULEs will damage the cargo or even break it.

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