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Once Human: How to Get Tin Ore

Players looking to craft Bronze Ingots in Once Human will first need to find a lot of Tin Ore. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to get.

When you first start Once Human, you’ll have little trouble finding the resources you need to craft the currently available gear. However, after a while, you’ll hit a roadblock, including needing Bronze Ingots. You need Tin Ore to craft Bronze Ingots, and unfortunately, there aren’t many Tin Ore Veins in the Dayton Wetlands area, where you first start. Fortunately, you’ll find a lot of Tin Ore in the next location over.

How to Get Tin Ore in Once Human

You can find Tin Ore in the Broken Delta region in Once Human. This is the area south of the Dayton Wetlands. Specifically, you’ll find a lot just Southeast of the Deadsville Stronghold and Northeast of Hearst Industries Settlement. You’ll also find lots surrounding the river south of Meyer’s Market. It’s worth keeping in mind that enemies will start at level 12 in the Broken Delta region. So, it’s best to go prepared, or just continue with the story which will send you to Broken Delta eventually.

Alternatively, you can craft a Curiosity Catcher-I, as this will mark any nearby Copper and Tin Ore veins. To do this, you’ll need to unlock the Resource Detection node in the Infrastructure tab in the Memetics menu. Once you’ve done that, you can craft the Curiosity Catcher-I using five Copper Ingots, two Glass, and one Rubber.

Map of Tin Ore locations in Once Human
Tin Ore locations

All you’ll need to do is put it in a space in your hotbar and then press the assigned key. This will show you the locations of all the nearby Tin Ore, making your job a lot easier. Of course, this method requires you to gather a lot of additional resources, including Copper Ore. So, if you just want the easy route, follow the locations on the map above.

That’s everything you need to know about locating Tin Ore in Once Human. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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