Bermuda – Lost Survival: New Players Guide

Bermuda – Lost Survival is an open-world survival craft game that had been early access in 2017.  now Early access is over and the game is available on steam now. here is a complete guide for new players. we will add more content as the game released more content.

 

Base Information
Bermuda Lost Survival is a game about survival in the Bermuda Triangle.
Features

  • Fully functioning Life Mechanics
  • A beautiful landscape full of flora, fauna and sharks.
  • Fully functional base building mechanics. (Wooden only for now.)
  • Fully functional tools and crafting. (More to come.)

Important Notes
This game is in Early Access. That means not everything works yet and the game is highly in development.
How to save: Use the bedroll on your liferaft to save.
More information to come.

Controls
Controls
Navigation

  • W A S D
  • Jump / Ascend: Space
  • Use: F
  • Inventory: Tab
  • Map: M
  • Hide UI: H
Lifeboat
The Lifeboat

Here you can build your base, craft items, (after building the workbench) sleep and save the game, and keep a supply of food.(you start the game with a large supply of food/water and 2 health packs)

Tools
Tools
In the game currently there are 5 Tools. The Knife, the Axe, the Spear, the Bottle and the Hammer.Knife
The knife is the most basic tool in the game. It can be used to harvest Seaweed, get sticks from the decks of wrecks, and more things in the future possibly.

Axe
The axe is the second tool in the game. It can be used to hack planks from wrecks, harvest metal from barrels and crates, and more possibly in the future
Image not provided yet.

Spear
The spear is the primary hunting tool in the game. It is used to Spear Fish, and then cook them to eat.

Resources
Resources
Resources are gathered from the various parts of the game. They can be harvested with the Knife, Axe, Spear, and Bottle.Wrecks

Wrecks contain Sticks and Planks. The decks of a wreck can be harvested with a Knife, for 2 Sticks per hit or with a Axe, for 1 Planks per hit.

Crates

Crates contain Planks and Scrap Metal. They can be harvested using a Axe to get Planks or Scrap Metal. About 5-7 Scrap Metal and 10-17 Planks per Crate.

Metal Barrels

Barrels contain Scrap Metal. They can be harvested with a Axe for 5-7 Scrap Metal.

Fish


Fish are found in schools around the game. They can be caught using a Spear. Hold down M1 and release aimed at a close fish to spear it. The fish will bleed out then you can collect it.

Seaweed

Seaweed is found in the Reefs. It can be harvested with a Knife to get 2 Seaweed per hit.
Harvest Chances

  • 2-4 Uncommon Chance
  • 2-6 Common Chance
  • 2-8 Rare ChanceWater
    Information to be added.
Stations
Stations


Crafting Station
The first station in the game. Allows crafting of basic base parts.
Upgraded form is the Workbench.
Recipe

  • 4 Planks
  • 6 Sticks
  • 3 Rope



Workbench
The upgraded form of the Crafting Box. Allows advanced construction.
Recipe

  • 8 Planks
  • 10 Sticks
  • 10 Scrap Metal



Drying Rack
This station allows drying of seaweed to make rope. Takes 5 Seaweed and 40 seconds to make 1 Rope.
Recipe

  • 4 Planks
  • 12 Sticks



Water Distillery
Used to purify salty water. It takes 2 Salt Water and 1 Planks to purify 1 Water at a rate of 25 seconds per bottle.
Recipe

  • 12 Scrap Metal
  • 4 Planks
  • 8 Sticks



Barbequing Bucket
Used to grill caught fish. It takes 1 Fish and 1 Planks to grill 1 Fish at a rate of 20 seconds per Fish.
Recipe

  • 5 Scrap Metal
  • 8 Sticks

Dock

Recipe

  • 20 Planks
  • 20 Sticks
  • 10 Scrap Metal

Raft Recipe

  • 20 Planks
  • 20 Sticks
  • 10 Rope
Flora
Flora
Bermuda Lost Survival includes a range of flora you can observe.

Flora at Night
Flora during the Day

Fauna
Fauna

Currently Bermuda Lost Survival currently includes two types of Fauna.Blacktip Reef Sharks

  • Only Fauna besides normal fish currently.
  • Not Hostile.
  • Move away from the player if they come near.

Tiger Sharks
Unimplemented

Jellyfish
Unimplemented

Normal Fish

  • Currently the only fauna in the game next to sharks.
  • Can be caught with a Spear and cooked.
  • Travel in schools.

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