Sons of the Forest – What to Do at the Wooden Cross Purple GPS

Kirthana K
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Sons of the Forest is not just about foraging for supplies and killing enemies, while that is what the majority of the gameplay is about. You can also pick up quests and enter unknown locations with the help of your GPS tracker. You might have noticed purple markers appear on the map. These are rare and few, they can help you gather GPS locators, a sort of collectible. One of the purple markers will lead you to a wooden cross, and there is no other instruction on what you should do. In this guide, we will see what to do at the wooden cross in Sons of the Forest.

Sons of the Forest – What to Do at the Wooden Cross Purple GPS

If you take a look at the far corner of the map, you will notice a purple GPS marker appearing. Here is what you should do here in Sons of the Forest.

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By following the purple marker, it will take you to a grassy plain, and you will notice a sole wooden cross sticking out from the only empty patch of land. You need to get yourself a shovel first before you can figure out what can be done. If you already have a shovel, equip it from your inventory if you haven’t yet.

How to Get a Shotgun in Sons of the Forest

Next, dig up the empty plot of soil with your shovel, you will soon unearth a wooden casket. Break open the casket to find a corpse, and on the corpse, you can find a Shotgun. You can also collect the purple GPS locator, and the indicator will disappear from the map after that.

That’s all there is to know about what should be done at the wooden cross in Sons of the Forest. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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