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News guides 03 June 2024, 07:20

author: Damian Gacek

How to Get Copper in Soulmask, the Quickest Way

If you want to build a strong tribe in Soulmask, you must find copper. Thanks to this guide you will do just that.

Source: Soulmask, developer: CampFire Studio

Soulmask is a new early access hit. This survival game allows players to discover a wild and mysterious world full of magic, inspired probably by South American cultures. Of course, like in the case of many games in this genre, you will have to build a base and craft better and better tools to survive. To do that, you will have to get Copper at some point. This resource is not so easy to get though.

How to Get Copper in Soulmask

Copper is hard to find, as it is in the place difficult to reach for fresh players. To get it you will have to move north from the starting point and cross the river. Go up, until you reach another river, and you will be in the right place. The first mines which you will probably stumble upon are West from the local Ancient Pyramid, one of them is attached to Barracks, so… be prepared for a fight.

Copper Ore Mines in Soulmask, developer: CampFire Studio - How to Get Copper in Soulmask, the Quickest Way - news - 2024-06-03
Copper Ore Mines in Soulmask, developer: CampFire Studio

However, it is not the only spot where you can find this precious resource. A few places to mine this ore are on both sides of the river. Precise locations can be found on an interactive map created by fans. You can find there many various points of interest. It may be quite beneficial to look at it, as the map in Soulmask is huge.

Of course, if you want to travel a lot, you may want to tame a mount to cross distances faster. Alpaca is a good choice to begin with, as it is quite easy to get. It is also necessary to remember about other aspects of development, like farming (Cotton for example) and developing Awareness. Good luck!

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. His portfolio includes a scientific article on video game translation. Working with since 2019, writing for various departments. Currently, deals with guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. Interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. Loves RPGs and strategies, often also immersing himself in the depths of indie games. In his free time, works on a book and learns film editing.