If you’re skilled enough in 7 Days to Die to reach the point where you have a base and a reasonable amount of supplies, we applaud you, as this is no easy feat. Nonetheless, once you’re hitting this point in your playthroughs with ease, you’ll want to start taking things to next level. One way to do that is with a Robotic Drone. In the late game, these flying droid companions have the potential to be game-changers. And, while getting them is difficult, we explain how to do so below. So, keep reading to find out!
How to Make a Robotic Drone in 7 Days to Die
The first and most vital thing you’ll need to make a Robotic Drone in 7 Days to Die is the Robotic Drone Schematic. The only way to obtain one of these is to find them in chests or storage lockers around the world and they are very rare. That means you’ll have to do some serious looting before you finally get one. Besides that, You can find a Robotic Drone in locked containers or military airdrops, but even this is rarer than the schematic. Furthermore, it’s possible that one of the traders has one for sale. Regardless, if they do, it won’t be cheap, and you probably won’t be able to afford it. That’s why you’re best off making it yourself.
Once you have the schematic, you will need the following materials to build a level 1 drone: 5 Robotic Parts, 10 Forged Steel, 15 Duct Tape, 15 Scrap Polymers, and 2 Motion Sensors. You can make Robotic Drones all the way up to level 5. If you’re aiming to make a higher-level drone, you will need to invest some points in your Robotics Inventory Perk. However, the one Robotic Drone Schematic will work for all five levels.
Here are the parts needed for a Robotic Drone, levels 1 through 5:
|Robotic Drone:||Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4||Level 5|
Essentially, the higher the level of the drone, the more mod slots it will have. Moreover, the more mod slots your drone has, the more effective it will be for you. With a level 5 drone, you can use it to transport objects, heal yourself, and even shine a light to help you travel at night.
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