Iron Ore is a resource which you can mine in Graveyard Keeper. It has many uses with one of the main being the creation of Iron Ingots in a furnace. You can then turn ingots into Simple Iron Parts, which are one of the most needed resources in the game.
Luckily, you can do mining early on into the game, without having to even repair the bridge. You can find iron ore behind your house, with more being found later on in the swamp areas.
Below, we have a guide for where and how to mine iron ore in Graveyard Keeper. Whilst we have many more guides for the game available here.
How to Mine Iron Ore.
First off, you will need to unlock the right node in the technology section. Under 'Building', look for the mining node. It is highlighted below, and allows you to collect iron and coal. Unlocking this technology...
God of War now has a new game plus mode which has gone live to everyone as a free update.
You can now start a new adventure with Kratos and Atreus, while carrying over all of your weapons, armor, equipment and skills from your previous campaign. In addition to this, new difficulty options have been added along with different enemy behavior and attack patterns.
There are many more additions that come with the update. You can find the full patch notes below which were taken directly from this Playstation blog post.
Full Patch Notes
Relive the adventure of Kratos and Atreus, while keeping all of your earned equipment and abilities. Start a new game with all of your armors, talismans, enchantments, Runic Attacks, skills, and yes, even weapons.
NG+ is for everyone! Upon starting a NG+ game, you will be able to select your desired difficulty – no matter which difficulty you...
Mephisto has been revealed as the newest addition to the Nexus. The addition of The Lord of Hatred will be sure to please fans of the Diablo franchise as he originally appeared in Diablo 2 back in 2000.
Mephisto is a ranged assassin who specialises in sustained area damage and evading crowd control.
While no release date was given usually when a hero is revealed like this they are put on the PTR (Public Test Realm, test servers for Blizzard games) within a week or two, then after one week on the PTR they are released onto the public servers. So expect Mephisto to go live to the public within the next few weeks.
One of the first tasks you need to complete in Graveyard Keeper is get your graveyard to +5 quality score. You can do this by removing bushes, fixing graves and burying bodies into empty graves.
There are multiple tiers of grave decorations, from wooden fences to stone fences. Each one providing a higher value when it comes to grave quality. You can craft wooden headstones and grave fences relatively early on in the game, as long as you research the right technology.
Below, you can find our guide for building wooden grave fences in Graveyard Keeper, whilst we have more guides for the gave available here.
Creating Wooden Grave Fences
To begin, you will need to make a Carpenters workbench. We covered creating one of these in a previous guide, which can be found here. Although we will run you through it again anyway. Inside the technology tree, you will need to look...
Wooden Planks are a higher tier material, used for the construction of grave fences mostly. Once you are able to craft Wooden Planks, you can start to build more graves and increase the quality of your cemetery.
To actually start making planks, you will need a carpenters workbench. If you don't have one of these, we covered it in a previous guide, found here. Although we will talk about it again a little bit more in this article.
Below, you can find our quick guide for making Wooden Planks in Graveyard Keeper. Whilst we more content for the game available here.
Crafting Wooden Planks
First off, you will need the Carpenters Workbench as previously stated. You can first unlock this by going into the technology tree and unlocking it.
Once you've done that, you can use the blueprint station found just to the left of the house to build the actual bench and use...
Flitch is one of the first wooden materials that you will require in Graveyard Keeper. One of it's first requirements would have to be for the Carpenter's Workbench. Which is needed to make repair kits for graves.
It's a tier 1 resource, and doesn't have many requirements to obtain. Flitch can later be turned into other materials, such as wooden planks.
Below, we have a guide for obtaining and making your own Flitch. If you want to read some more guides for Graveyard Keeper, we have a large collection available here.
To start, you will need to make a Sawhorse. Do this by using the crafting station in your yard, just outside the house. Build the sawhorse and place it down somewhere in your yard. The below screenshot shows the desk you can use to build the Sawhorse.
Once built, you need to chop down some trees and collect the logs. Logs...