Stranded Deep puts you in the boots of a plane crash survivor stranded in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The goal of the game is simple, survive. But to make it further in the game players need to make specialty vehicles that require Fuel. Let’s take a look at a guide on how to get Fuel in Stranded Deep.
How to get Fuel in Stranded Deep
To acquire Fuel for your vehicles the player needs two items.
- Fuel Still
Potatoes can be found scattered on the small islands around you. Each potato counts as 1/4 of the total fuel tank so planting your own potatoes will be rewarding in the long run. Here is a guide to farming in stranded deep to help you out.
The Fuel Still is where you will be making your fuel. These are the items required for crafting.
- 4 sticks
- 2 planks
- 2 clays
- 1 fire pit
- 1 jerry can
Your Fuel Still must be built over a fire as the heat will cock the potatoes into usable fuel. Explore the surrounding islands on your raft to find the jerry can. For more details on how to craft clay, check out our guide.
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Your Fuel Still must be built over a fire as the heat will cock the potatoes into usable fuel. Explore the surrounding islands on your raft to find the jerry can. For more details on how to craft clay check out our guide.
Once you have the required materials for your Fuel Still and the right number of potatoes, simply equip the potatoes while facing the Fuel Still and you should see an option marked ‘mash’. Now light the fire and wait as your mash turns into fuel. Fuel can only be stored in jerry cans, so you’ll need a second can to collect the fuel.
The fuel you make can be used to power the Gyrocopter, Aircraft, and the Boat Motor on the raft. These are vehicles that are very valuable in the endgame, making fuel your top priority.
That’s all there is to know about fuel in Stranded Deep. If there’s anything more you wish to know you can check out Stranded Deep Guides right here on Gamer Tweak.