Beelzebub shooting a car in Sand Land

Sand Land: When Do Enemies & Items Respawn?

If you’re looking to farm enemies, or maybe even avoid them, in Sand Land, then you’ll want to know how to get them to respawn.

Monsters drop resources in Sand Land that are pretty crucial to upgrading and obtaining new equipment for you and your vehicles. Of course, once you’ve cleared an area of enemies, getting their resources is a little tricky. The same can be said of other resources, such as trees and ore veins. Fortunately, it all respawns, allowing you to continue farming them for materials. However, you’ll have to do something first in order to get them to respawn.

When Do Enemies Respawn in Sand Land?

In Sand Land, enemies will respawn whenever you rest at a campsite for a day. This applies to both common and boss monsters. Fortunately, this means that you can easily farm certain monsters that hang about close to a campsite. Simply head back to your campsite, rest, and then head back out again to kill whatever monster you’re farming.

Of course, it goes without saying that if you don’t rest at a campsite, enemies won’t respawn. Fortunately, there are plenty of other benefits to resting at a campsite, so you’re bound to do it eventually. If you want to avoid enemies respawning, then don’t rest at a campsite.

Sand Land characters in a desert

When Do Items Respawn in Sand Land?

Trees and cacti in Sand Land will respawn every time you fast travel to another location. This means that if you want to farm their resources, you just need to fast travel out of that region and then back again. However, ore veins are different, as they take much longer to respawn.

To get an ore vein to respawn, you will need to rest at a campsite seven times, then fast travel to another location and back again. It’s a convoluted method, but the resources you get from ore veins are significantly rarer. So, it’s understandable why the process is a little more longwinded.

That’s everything you need to know about items and enemies respawning in Sand Land. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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