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author: Damian Gacek

How to make a repair hammer in The Forest

If you want to build a repair hammer (repair tool) in The Forest, you have come to the right place.

The Forest is a game about surviving on a dangerous island full of cannibals. Sooner or later you will have to create your own shelter if you want to stay alive. In order to maintain your structures, you will need a hammer, but not an ordinary one - a repair tool. In this article we will tell you how to create one.

Read our guide if you want to learn more about the game: The Forest

How to make a repair hammer in the forest

If you want to create a repair hammer, call up the inventory menu (I key on the keyboard by default). All you need to do is combine 2 stick, 1 rock, 2 Cloth and 10 sap. This will create a repair tool. Then press combine.

The easiest way to get sap is by cutting down trees. You will get sticks from the bushes. Rocks lie on the ground and you will find the cloth easily in travel cases.

The usefulness of the hammer in The Forest

This item is mainly used to repair damaged structures. However, it also has other uses. For example, you can hunt birds with it, although there are definitely much better ways to do this (remember that it is primarily a tool and will not hurt your enemies). The hammer is additionally suitable for clearing bushes. With it you will also collect sticks from small trees. So, as you can see, repair tool can be used in many other ways.

Other interesting information about The Forest

A sequel to The Forest called Sons of the Forest is due to come out next year. If you liked the first part of the series, it's worth keeping an eye on. Originally, the game was to be released this year (2022), but the launch has been pushed back to February 2023.

If you want to read other interesting guides about The Forest, then read this: How to Drop Items in The Forest - Single and Multiplayer.

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.


The Forest

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