New World is the newly released MMO by Amazon Games Studios that will take you into the exploration of a fictional land that was is based off of the Americas. You will be looking to harvest resources, craft items, get control of settlements, complete quests, explore, PVP, or fight off monsters. As you head into this dangerous world, you will need to know how to get yourself some Sand Flux to help you construct items. We’ll show you how in this guide.
Sand Flux Guide
To get Sand Flux, you will want to go out and open up a variety of different chest types. These include Elite Ancient, Elite Supply, Supply Stockpile, Supply Crate, Ancient Coffer, Ancient Urn, and Iron Supply Carts. It can also be purchased from the Trading Post, or you can craft it with the Material Conversion item.
If you want to gather it up yourself, then you can find chest locations throughout the early lands where you might have washed up when you start out in the game. The maps below show the majority of chest locations. Credit to New World Map, where you can find chest locations for all of the regions.
Here’s a map of chest locations for Windsward:
Here’s a map of chest locations for Monarch’s Bluffs:
Here’s a map of chest locations for First Light:
Here’s a map of chest locations for Everfall:
If you want to craft your own Sand Flux, you will need to purchase the Common Material Converter from your Faction Shop. This costs 100 Faction Tokens for each one you purchase, and you will need one for each conversion you want to make. Once you have your converters, head over to any crafting station and look for the Refining Material Conversion section. Select Sand Flux and then pick which material you want to use to convert into Sand Flux. This can be Crossweave, Weak Solvent, Tannin, or Coarse Sandpaper. You get 15x Sand Flux for each conversion you do!
Faction Tokens are obtained by completing quests for your chosen Faction. You can choose from the Covenant, Marauders, or Syndicate Factions. The quest to take your initiation for each of the Factions can be found in each of the starter regions.
That’s everything we know about getting Sand Flux in New World. You will find details on a lot more things about the game in the New World section of our website!