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Where To Find Crafting Workbench In Metro Exodus

Where To Find Crafting Workbench In Metro Exodus
Crafting is a vital part of Metro Exodus as it lets you craft new items and repair weapons. This guide will tell you Where To Find Crafting Workbench In Metro Exodus as although they are scattered around the world, they are not always easy to find.

Before you head off exploring and looking for a Workbench, you can craft items from your backpack. Using L1/LB and X/A, you can open your backpack to craft certain key items, such as basic ammunition and basic medical supplies. However, if you’re looking to modify your weapons, clean them or craft more advanced items, you will need to find a Workbench.

Where To Find Crafting Workbench In Metro Exodus

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During the tutorial hints for Metro Exodus, the game tells you about the Workbench at the Aurora. However, this Workbench does not exist when the tutorial prompt is first introduced. Before you are able to use a Workbench, you must progress through the main story until you are told to rescue the mechanic from the docks.

Once you reach that part of the story you can head to the location marked on the map above. After a bit of a fight you can rescue the mechanic and then use his Workbench. This also unlocks Workbenches throughout the rest of the region and more importantly, it adds a Workbench to the Aurora.

That’s Where To Find Crafting Workbench In Metro Exodus. If you need any further information, post a comment below.

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