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Health is based on your vital signs. Therefore, you’ll need to make sure your hunger and thirst meters are both above four bars if you want to start regaining health. Status effects will also prevent you from regaining health, meaning you should heal yourself of negative conditions as soon as possible.
To craft items, you will need tools. For certain types of crafting, you’ll need specific tools, as well. You’ll need to explore to find the materials and tools you need to build items necessary for your survival.
The following items can be crafted.
The following buildable structures can be crafted, often requiring a hammer.
You can find a torn volleyball with “Wollie” written on the side, along with a bloody handprint used to make a face. This is a reference to “Wilson” the volleyball from the movie Cast Away.
You can find a parcel with the “DeadEx” logo on the side. Although you can’t open it, you can put it in your inventory. This is a reference to the FedEx package found in the movie Cast Away. The shipping label on the box says it’s for “Stranded Deep survivor Colin,” which is a reference to the first player who posted on the developer’s website, and then the rest of the shipping label goes on to say “Some garbage that makes no sense clearly goes here… nobody could possibly read this with its resolution anyway.”
There is a UFO (or more accurately, a USO, an Unidentified Submerged Object) that can be found deep underwater, with algae growing over it. It has currently been removed from the most recent versions of the game, and it isn’t known if it will be restored in later updates or not.
Sometimes a sign will spawn warning people of a “land shark.” This is partly a reference to a bug in an older version of the game in which sharks could swim through islands.
Rushing is dangerous, especially since there are many things you need to learn. Follow the game’s tutorial and take your time to learn how to survive.
Save frequently to avoid losing progress when something goes wrong.
At the start of the game, make sure you keep your raft and paddle with you. Drag your raft up onto shore once you’re close enough and attach the paddle.
Getting a water supply should be one of your top priorities, especially since you need to manage your thirst. A Water Still will gather condensation into a flask for you. It is possible to use Palm Fronds for it instead of Fibrous Leaves.
Plants regrow, although this takes time. Consider taking only some each time to make sure there’s always a rotating source as they grow back.
Keep an eye on your health, hunger, thirst, and sunstroke meters to make sure you aren’t in danger. All of these are shown on your watch.
Start out focusing on a small area before you explore farther away. You want a safe, secure base to come back to. Once you have that taken care of, then you can start venturing to other islands.
Gather loot and materials wherever you find it. Shipwrecks are especially good places to explore.
There are poisonous creatures in the world that you need to avoid. If you’re poisoned, you’ll need to make an antidote to cure yourself or by keeping your hunger and thirst meters stable enough until you recover from the poison. Avoid the Crown of Thorns Starfish, Lionfish, and snakes as much as you can.
If you pin a crafting recipe, it will show you how many of the needed items you have in your inventory as well as how many are available in the world.
By using the Cartographer option, you can customize the world that will spawn for you. This means you can change the difficulty of the experience by making it easier or harder, or just change things up for a more customized experience. You can customize terrain, items, trees, rocks, animals, and shipwrecks in addition to the arrangement your world will have.
In the original version of the game, it was impossible to escape the island. However, console versions added the escape option. To escape, you’ll need to fight three bosses, each of which will have a plane part. The three bosses will be marked on your map with a skull icon. You’ll then use the plane parts to repair a plane and attempt to escape, leading to the game’s “ending.” (Note: do not attempt to repair the game as you go. Currently, restoring one part to the plane doesn’t stick. You need to have all three parts with you when you repair the plane and do it all at once. If you attempt to add each part as you get them, those parts will be lost and you’ll need to fight the bosses again.)
The nature of the game’s ending has led to much debate among fans about what the ending means: whether it is meant to imply a time paradox, a sequel hook, or the player character’s death.