Prey 2017 Crafting Materials Recycling Guide – How to Use Recycler, Infinite Crafting Materials

Prey 2017 Crafting Materials Recycling Guide will help players in using a glitch in the game to get infinite crafting materials by using the recycler. The Recycler converts junk items into useful crafting materials and using the duping glitch, players can replicate the materials an infinite number of times until they have an endless supply.

Crafting items is essential in Prey 2017 and for that; players will need many crafting materials that can take some time to gather. Because of that very reason, the crafting mechanic can sometimes become a chore if the player needs a certain item but cannot craft it simply because of the grind required to get the materials.

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Prey 2017 Crafting Materials Recycling Guide

This crafting material recycling method does not work on all items so players cannot go gung ho and stock up on an infinite amount of weapons, ammo or food. As the name suggests, it requires players to have access to a Recycler, any Recycler in the game. There is one located in Morgan’s office on the second floor of the lobby.

To duplicate materials in a Recycler, players need to have a stack of items in their inventory. Since a stack consists of 10 items, amassing this small number should not be too much of a problem. Once players have a full stack of the item, they need to put in the Recycler and split the stack so that it is in 10 pieces instead of one.

Once the entire stack is split up, players can simply press the Recycle button on the console and the machine will create duplicates of whatever crafting materials were put into the machine. After the process is done, players can simply collect the duplicated material and repeat it again and infinite number of times. Players can increase their yield per attempt by learning a skill however since this method allows infinite duplication, there really is no point to it besides saving a bit of time.