Yo dawgs, it’s your boy from down under, here to talk about the H1Z1 body armor. If you’re a hardcore gamer like me, you know that body armor means the difference between life and death in the game. So, let’s break it down.
The Different Types of Body Armor
There are three types of body armor in H1Z1: the makeshift armor, the laminate armor, and the tactical armor. Each has its own pros and cons.
Make Shift Armor:
The Importance of Body Armor
In H1Z1, body armor is essential if you want to stay alive. Without it, you’re a sitting duck. One shot and you could be done for. The makeshift armor is good if you’re just starting out, but as you progress through the game, you’ll want to upgrade to the laminate or tactical armor. These will give you a much better chance of survival.
Body armor is the key to success in H1Z1.
How to Get Body Armor
Now that you know how important body armor is, you’re probably wondering how to get your hands on it. The makeshift armor can be made from scraps of cloth and duct tape, which can be found almost anywhere. The laminate armor requires a military helmet, which can be found in military bases or in random buildings. The tactical armor requires a kevlar chest piece, which is even harder to come by.
But fear not, my fellow gamers. You can always buy body armor from other players, or even trade for it. Just make sure you have something good to trade, because no one is going to give up their tactical armor for nothing.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
Body armor is the key to survival in H1Z1. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been playing for a while, it’s important to upgrade your armor as you progress through the game. The makeshift armor is good to start with, but the real gems are the laminate and tactical armors. So, get out there and start scavenging for materials, because your life depends on it.
Stay safe out there, dawgs.