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How To Get Easy Likes In Death Stranding

How To Get Easy Likes In Death Stranding
More deliveries means more Likes, more skill points, and an easier future. This guide explains How To Get Easy Likes In Death Stranding by taking advantage of other players’ poor luck on the roads with the Lost Cargo and Shared Locker systems.

When you visit a location with a Chiral Network connection, you can check out the Share Locker. Check the “Claim Cargo” option. Note, this is not always available for selection. It depends on players in the area and whether or not there has been lost cargo.

How To Get Easy Likes In Death Stranding

From here you can simply snap up all the Cargo you can see and deliver to the same location you’re visiting. This gets you a lot of “Likes” and also drastically increases your “Bridge” stat. For an even bigger boost in Likes, check for cargo that specifically matches your current location.

This is cargo lost by players on the way to dropping it off. So if you’re already at the location, you can pick it up and immediately turn it in for maximum Like bonus rewards. You won’t get any experience with that particular location but the Likes and XP help a lot.

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