How to Get Tree Candy Guide in Pacific Drive

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This article will look at how to get Tree Candy in Pacific Drive, this is a material that is needed for progression and to craft some other items. Pacific Drive is a story-heavy survival-focused game that has released on Steam to very positive reviews. Let’s get into this Tree Candy guide to help you find some.

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Tree Candy Guide for Pacific Drive

This can be found on one very specific section of the map known as The Scorch. It is an area in the mid-zone which means you’ll be coming across some tougher opposition to reach The Scorch.

When at The Scorch, look for Sap Compressors which glow a bright red colour which will bring you towards some Twisted Embers. It is here that you will find Tree Candy which can be harvested via either a Hand Vac or Thermal Vacuum.

There is another method of finding Tree Candy which doesn’t require a trip to The Scorch. This requires the player to find the Pacemaker on the outer zone of the wall which can be scanned. The map in the Garage will then display a Pacemaker in any Junctions or Anomalies which can be approached and given plasma. They will then grant you some Tree Candy.

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That is all for this Pacific Drive Tree Candy guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Pacific Drive content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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