Choosing the Best Routes | Death Stranding

This page contains information in choosing and planning the best routes in the game Death Stranding. Read on to find out more about choosing routes, placing markers, and how to plot routes.

How to Choose the Best Routes

Check the Map's Terrain

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It is advised to consider mountainous paths as well, instead of always taking the smooth routes.

Check for MULE Camps

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There are MULE camps scattered around the map. The MULEs who live here won't kill Sam, but they will steal Sam's Cargo. Avoid MULE Camps as much as possible, unless you are planning to loot stolen Cargo from them.
How to Deal with MULEs

Avoid Areas with Timefall

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Areas with Timefall are also areas that are infested with BTs. Avoiding areas with BT should always be taken into consideration when plotting routes.
How to Handle Timefall

Consider Tools You Currently Have

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Have a lot of Ladders? Consider large rivers and mountains as routes. Have some ropes with you? Consider paths with cliffs.
For more explanations on how to use your equipment effectively, check out our detailed list below.
List of Equipment

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