To survive and settle in the open world Enveloped, you must constantly explore the area in search of resources and secrets. And by killing bosses, players gain skills and discover new paths. Enthusiasts have already put together an interactive map, and we will tell you how to use it and what the strange icons mean.
Interactive map Enshrouded – where to find and how to use
You can find the map itself via this link. There are several options, but this one is the most complete and is updated from time to time with screenshots and new points of interest. There is an authorization window at the top right. By registering you get extended access to the map:
- Mark the points found;
- Keep track of collectibles;
- Add your notes.
There are additional features in the PRO version for those who want to support the developers:
- Share a map with personal markers;
- Unlimited progress tracking;
- Complete absence of advertising.
At the bottom right are controls for zooming in (+) and zooming out (-) on the map, as well as a tool for adding notes.
On the left you will find the map legend, where you can search for something specific or everything at once. To remove an additional item, click on it once on LMB. Tests “Show all” And “Hide everything” are used to open and close all pins on the map. There is a search box just below it, but it is not necessary to use it, as it is more convenient to search through the interactive menu.
Below we will tell you about each section separately and provide a brief description to facilitate the use of the map and navigation.
All locations on the interactive map (LOCATIONS)
Individual locations that contain chests or interactive elements.
- OLD OBELISK – quest for buildings where you can discover the lore of the game;
- Spire of the Ancients (OLD SPIRE) – a vertical building with puzzles. After you reach the top, you can teleport there and hop on a glider to your desired location;
- Cave (CAVE) — underground locations with rare chests;
- Dungeon – large individual zones, with enemies, riddles and unique rewards;
- Elixir Well — an underground cave with a veil, a root and a boss or a large number of enemies;
- Shrine of the Flame (FLAME SANCTUARY) – a small altar with a flame. Before opening, you can gain a lot of experience, after which you can pick up the resource “Spark”;
- Place — name of the area;
- Shroud Root (ROOT) – an unprotected root that is skillfully hidden by the outside world;
- Tomb (TOMB) — buildings where you can find Flame allies (Blacksmith, Huntress, etc.). Many of the graves are empty, but contain valuables.
Collectibles and chests on the interactive map (COLLECTIBLES)
Most places where interesting chests, plot pieces, and rare equipment are found are marked here.
- Chest (BREAST) – a box with valuable rewards. There are many more in the game, but chests with potentially high contents are marked on the map.
- Equipment (EQUIPMENT) — rare armor recipes or unique equipment;
- Kingdom History Page (LORE PAGE) – a piece of the game’s plot that reveals the world.
Camps on the interactive map (CAMPS)
Settlements in the form of towns and small parking lots.
- Enemy camp (HOSTILE CAMP) – a small parking lot with many enemies and average rewards;
- SETTLEMENT — cities with destroyed buildings. There are many chests, a workbench for repairing equipment, and many notes from non-player characters;
- Survival camp – a few tents, usually with notes or an additional quest.
Quests on the interactive map (QUESTS)
This section contains both main and additional tasks. Not the most necessary tab, because in the game all quests are kept in real time in the form of an area where you have to go.
- FLAME QUEST — a starting series of quests that show the basics of the game;
- SURVIVAL QUEST — tasks of rescued workers. The map will not display correctly because they are all in your camp;
- Story Missions (LORE QUEST) — the starting places of the most important quests are indicated. Their position will even change depending on progress.
Resources on the interactive map (RESOURCES)
The location of large deposits of minerals and food. You will meet or find most of them yourself while completing quests.
- Agricultural plot (FARM LOT) – small areas of food cultivation. You can assemble and build a full-fledged farm in your camp;
- My mine) — caves or areas with a large amount of one resource. It could be flint, salty, buyer, clay And so forth.
No less important brands that do not fit into the above categories.
- Blessing (BLESSING) — totems with temporary enhancement. They are inconspicuous and easy to miss;
- Boss (BOSS) — large and dangerous creatures, which are recommended to be approached by a prepared group;
- Other (MISCELLANEOUS) — remain interesting places that may contain something useful or are necessary for secondary quests;
- RETURN BEACON – save points. Usually located near major battlefields so you don’t have to run for long.
Source: VG Times
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