To start gathering your arsenal of weapons and crafting them in Deathverse: Let Him Die, you will need to visit Admiral Honda. Honda is a nutcracker puppet who lives in a hole in the wall behind your character’s bedroom poster. He emerges when you enter the crafting menu, telling you he’s been “waiting for you”. Nothing scary about it.
You’ll talk to Honda a lot as you progress Deathverse, because it is the guardian of all your new equipment. But first, you’ll need two things: craft materials and kill parts (KC), the main in-game currency, earned by playing matches and completing challenges.
How to Get Crafting Materials in Deathverse: Let It Die
To log in:
You will get something every time you start the game as a daily login bonus. These loyalty rewards are usually either KCs that you can spend on materials, or the materials themselves, including Threads, Bicarbonates, and Metals. Nice and easy!
Visit the store:
Charmingly captioned Uncle Prime’s Shopping Hell, the shop offers daily rotating stock, priced at 1,000 KC for one-star materials and 10,000 KC for two-star materials. The shop also gives you one free gear per day to claim.
You can also exchange Material tickets (earned as rewards for completing challenges or in the Jamboree Pass) or T-Chips for higher quality materials in the store. Not much has been revealed about the T-Chips yet, but given their resemblance to a certain streaming platform, it makes sense that they have to do with the upcoming Twitch integration, which will broadcast a random match on the official game account. Jamboree Pass is also stacked with handcrafted pieces.
Take part in the Death Jamboree:
You will start collecting crafting materials for each match you play. They are scattered everywhere, whether in the open or in destructible sets. Hunting Cryptids, the various monsters roaming the battlefield, always drop something when killed. The game also gives out rewards for completing matches and leveling up. It’s especially generous if you win a match.
Break down other items in crafting:
Like a classic survival game, you can turn your low quality surplus items into higher tier gear of the same type, in a ratio of 10 to one. For example, 10 one-star Illuminium will net you a two-star Garminium. This is done in the crafting menu.
How to craft weapons
Now that you’ve gathered a slew of materials, it’s almost time to get your hands on something shiny and new to go wild with. But first, there are a few steps.
At launch, there is five categories of weapons: machete, katana, hammer, weapons and jigsaw. Each of them has three variants, all with unique skills, deathblows and bonuses.
You start the game with the base versions of the Machete, Katana, and Hammer, with the Arms and Jigsaw unlocking at Player Level 2. To gain access to the two additional weapons in each category, you’ll need to level the basic weapon. at 10, using it in the Death Jamboree.
Making them is then just a few clicks away; From the main menu, access the crafting screen, which will display any weapons you don’t already own. The right side of the screen will show the required materials and their quantity, the cost in KC and all the unlock conditions, i.e. if you are a level 2 player or if you have enough XP in the base weapon .
Once you have completed these steps, you will have access to the 15 weapons currently available in Deathverse: Let him die. However, you will need to get mats to unlock them all!