Death Stranding might be about delivering cargo, but you don’t have to do it all with your puny human body. Sam Porter Bridges has access to some equipment to make his life a bit easier. However, these items tend to run on batteries, and they have a limited life span. If you want to stay ahead of the game, you need to recharge your batteries every chance you get.
How To Recharge Batteries In Death Stranding
To recharge your batteries, you will need a generator. You can find generators out in the world, but they have to be on the Chiral Network. When you get close to a generator, a meter appears at the bottom of the screen, informing you of your battery’s charge level. To charge them further, all you have to do is stay near to the generator. This process can take a little bit of time but is something you can do anywhere you find a generator.
The good news here is that you can also build a generator. Finding the right schematic will allow you to create a generator for yourself if you need a method to charge your batteries. Not only will a generator you build let you charge your batteries, but it will also sit there, earning plenty of Likes from other players who use it as well.
You can also recharge your batteries in the Private Room at a Safe House or Distribution Center. Just enter the Private Room to have all your batteries recharge while you wait. While vehicles also run on batteries, you will need to be at a Safe House to charge them up. When you go to the Private Room, they will automatically be brought to the garage and charged.
And that’s it! By planning carefully, you should always have enough charge in your batteries to get you through your deliveries in Death Stranding.