How to find the machete in Sons of the Forest

Acquiring weapons in Sons of the Forest can be tricky as the developers have placed them in different places on the map. Some of them are in caves while others can be found outdoors. The machete is a great melee weapon that you can rely on in close quarters combat. In this guide we will discuss how to find the machete in Sons of the Forest.

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Where to find the machete in Sons of the Forest?

To get your hands on the machete, you need to head to the north side of the map. It will take some time to reach the location as it is quite far from where you first spawn in the game. You will also come across several cannibal camps along the way. Don’t try to go through them unless you are well equipped. But when you’re ready to deal with the cannibals, make sure you take them out so you can loot the camps too.

Once you reach the shore, you’ll need to look around for red lifeboats near an abandoned camp. You can pick up the machete from one of these abandoned boats. Before leaving, make sure you take any items from the area with you. As you approach the tents, you will see a corpse. You can pick up the shotgun rail from it, which is an attachment for the shotgun. You can also find some shotgun ammo in one of the crates nearby.

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While the machete is a decent melee weapon, we won’t recommend it for the later parts of the game. You can rely on this for the first few days in the forest, but you should upgrade to a better weapon like the katana as soon as possible. How to find the machete in Sons of the Forest

Curtis Crabtree

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