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How To Find Clean Water Quickly In Grounded

Clean Water is essential for a lot of things but mainly to quench your thirst and fill up your thirst meter

Clean water is a necessity in Grounded and you will need it to keep your water meter replenished. If you want to know where you can find clean water in Grounded, check this out.

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How To Find Clean Water In Grounded

Grounded is Obsidian Entertainment’s newest adventure, in this game you will fight off against many insects, harvest their parts and much more, but more than that you will regularly need access to clean water.

Water in Grounded is available everywhere, you will find water in puddles, in things and almost all over the place.

Consuming this water will quench your thirst but will make you sick over time, infecting you and derailing your enjoyment of Grounded.

To keep you safe and healthy, you will require clean water. Sadly, Clean water isn’t readily available in Grounded and you will have to go searching for it.

The best place to look for clean water is to find tall blades of grass; you will often find a droplet of water there.

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This is your primary source of clean water in Grounded, to get this you will need a clear line of sight, and once you have that you will have to find a Pebblet and throw it at the grass blade.

Also Read: How To Create A Chopping Tool In Grounded

This will knock the water droplet down below and to consume it all you have to do is press X on your Xbox One Controller when you stand next to it.

Make sure that you’re able to find the right place to get a successful hit on the water droplet and this will drop it down.

It usually takes a couple of tries and once you get used to it, finding a clean water source will become much easier.

This is all there is to know about how to find clean water in Grounded, make sure to check out how to get the best tool recipes in Grounded.

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