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Death Stranding: How to Repair Bike

by Carmelia Derby
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Death Stranding: How to Repair Bike

Many people want to know more about how to repair the bike in Death Stranding. Death Stranding, the latest game by Hideo Kojima, takes place in a huge, dangerous world after the end of the world. Many of these are supernatural beings or groups of enemies, but the biggest challenge comes from the terrain itself and the long distances between players and their goals. Death Stranding: Director’s Cut is a walking game, and you’ll spend a lot of time choosing how to get from one place to another and keeping your balance.

So far, this has been one of the most talked-about parts of the action game. Even though the game has only been out for a day, players have very different opinions on the game loop of delivering packages across a mostly empty wilderness in Death Stranding. The long stretches of walking while carrying an increasingly heavy load of cargo have even started a debate about whether AAA games are setting a new standard for being boring. There are ways to speed things up and make the game less boring, and one of them is to find a bike early on. We mentioned below are the ways how to repair the bike in Death Stranding.

How to repair the bike in Death Stranding

Go to any distribution center in the multiplayer game with an elevator, which means it has a garage, to get any car running like new again. Place your vehicle on the circular elevator. It can be one you made or one you found and drove back. You can do one of two things from here.

Send a Vehicle to the Garage

  1. Get off of your vehicle, and head to the nearby delivery terminal.
  2. Select Garage from the terminal menu, and you’ll see your vehicle listed under Elevator in that menu.
  3. Hit the X button, select Store Vehicle, and your vehicle will descend into the garage.
  4. At that point, you can immediately retrieve your vehicle from the garage menu, and it will rise again, good as new.

Enter your Private Room

  1. Alternatively, you can enter your private room either by standing next to your ride and holding the circle button or by selecting Rest in your private room from the nearby terminal.
  2. Either way, once you descend the elevator, Sam and his vehicle will enter the complex. Before retreating to his room, you’ll see a cutscene of Sam dropping off his ride in a room filled with machinery that will recharge the vehicles batteries and repair it.
  3. Once you head back out o your private room, you’ll emerge back in the distribution center with your ride restored to its former glory.
  4. It should be noted that this can be done with any vehicle, even ones you find out in the open world left by other players.

About Death Stranding

Death Stranding is an action multiplayer game for the PlayStation 4 that came out in 2019 and was made by Kojima Productions. It was published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is the first game from director Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions since they left Konami in 2015. In July 2020, 505 Games put out a Windows port that was licensed by Sony. In September 2021, a director’s cut version came out for the PlayStation 5, and in March 2022, it came out for Windows.

The game takes place in the United States after something terrible happened and sent dangerous creatures out into the world. Players take control of Sam Porter Bridges, a courier whose job is to bring supplies to isolated colonies and get them back in touch with each other through a wireless communications network. In addition to Reedus, the game has characters played by actors Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux, Margaret Qualley, Troy Baker, Tommie Earl Jenkins, and Lindsay Wagner, as well as directors Guillermo del Toro and Nicolas Winding Refn.

Death Stranding got mostly good reviews. Critics liked the voice acting, music, and graphics, but they had mixed feelings about the gameplay and story. The game was up for several awards and won a few of them, including “game of the year.” By July 2021, 5 million copies of the game had been sold all over the world. Many people later said that parts of the online game reminded them of the COVID-19 pandemic, which started within a month of the game’s first release.

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