How to Build the Jump-Bot in Sand Land
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How to Build the Jump-Bot in Sand Land

Sand Land features a large variety of unique and fun vehicles to mess around with, and the first one that players will need to craft from scratch is the useful Jump-bot. This guide will explain how to build the Jump Bot in Sand Land so you can leap to high locations on the map.

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Sand Land Jump Bot
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Where to Find Jump-bot Parts in Sand Land (Exact Location)

If you are struggling to build the Jump-bot, you are not alone. During my playthrough of the game, I spent over 5 hours trying to find the different materials needed to create the vehicle! If you are in a similar situation, the first thing you need to know is that there is a direct answer to how to build the Jump-bot. However, there are ways of making it less inconvenient.

First, building any vehicle requires players to have various parts and various materials. These parts include a core frame, a primary weapon, a secondary weapon, an engine, and suspension. Through the main quest, players will obtain a core frame for the Jump-bot. However, with the core frame in hand, the game doesn’t guide players on how to obtain the rest of the parts or materials. Luckily, there are some guaranteed spots where you can find these parts, as well as methods to obtain the materials.

By the point in the game where I was tasked with building the Jump-bot, I had already obtained a secondary weapon by fighting enemies on Jump-bots. While this is not a hundred percent surefire method to obtain these parts, with enough patience, you can get enemy Jump-bot vehicles to drop them. As for the primary weapon, I did what I just described.

I found that farming on the Spiral Mountain was the best method to get these pieces, as there are plenty of Jump-bot enemies, and they can be easily reset. However, this area can be a bit challenging in the early game, so make sure to carry enough repair kits. As for the suspension, there is a chest guaranteed to have a standard suspension piece located in the Race Reg: Cliffs in the central Tort Region of Sand Land. Another guaranteed Jump-bot engine can be found near a Water Supply Point West of the Napps Base.

Here is the location of both chests, as well as the Spiral Mountain for farming Jump-bot weapon parts:

Finally, you need a series of common items to build the bot and some zeni, which you should have by this point. Depending on which parts you’re installing in your Jump-bot (or any vehicle for that matter) you will need different materials.

In my playthrough, I had a really difficult time finding Raptor Steel and Croc Steel. To find these materials, you can fight enemies until they drop them, although there is also a more reliable method of crafting them.

Sand Land is now available for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam. A demo of the game is also available.


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Daniel is a staff writer and translator from the Spaghetti Western land of Andalusia, Spain. He got his start writing for Xbox Outsider in 2022. His favorite genres are RPGs, survival horrors, and immersive sims. In truth, he is a Dragon Quest slime in a human suit.