Collecting Water in LDE


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Water in Last Day on Earth

Water is essential to surviving in Last Day on Earth, you’ll constantly be in need of it. You’ll also need to have 2 bottles of water at the ready to have a shower in game to get rid of that Zombie stench lingering on you. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to get, even from a lower level.

Using a Rain Catcher to collect water in Last Day on Earth
Collecting water in empty bottles

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How to get Water in Last Day on Earth

There are a few ways to get water in Last Day of Earth. Just make sure to always save empty water bottles!


When exploring, a lot of crates that you find in areas such as Pine Bushes and Limestone Ridge will have water bottles in them. Make sure to always collect these. Ensure that you also pick up empty water bottles as you’ll need these too.

Free gift every day

Every 24 hours, Last Day on Earth will stock you up with a free gift. It consists of 3 tins of beans and 3 bottles of water. This should easily last you a full 24 hours. You can receive the gift by pressing the icon of coins at the bottom which will open the shop. Then open your inbox which is the bottom tab.

Using a Rain Catcher

A Rain Catcher is by far going to be the best way to keep stocked up on water. You can craft it early on into the game, and build it using 10 Logs, 3 Cloth and 2 Metal pieces. Place it outdoors in your base, and fill it with any empty water bottles you have lying around. Every 10 minutes it will fill it back up. You should never run out of water if you keep on top of this. You’re able to have a maximum of two of these set up in your base.

Image showing the recipe for a Rain Catcher to gather Water in Last Day on Earth
Recipe for a Rain Catcher
Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson
Hey, I'm Phillip Anderson! After studying Video Game Design at University, I began writing articles at PwrDown in my free time. I currently play my games on PC, but also own a PS4 & Nintendo Switch. I'm also a VR enthusiast, owning an Oculus Rift S where you might find me playing Beat Saber or Skyrim VR!