Unturned – How to Get the Orange Beret (Experienced Beret)

In this short, clear, and to the point walkthrough, I will show you how to get the Orange Beret in Unturned, also called the Experienced Beret.

What is the Orange Beret?

All credit goes to Zarek!

The Orange Beret, which is also called the Experienced Beret is a non-purchaseable, non-marketable steam item that is awarded to any users who have emailed proof to Nelson of their obtaining of 2,400 ingame hours (100 days) in Unturned.

The Experienced Beret is one of the rarest items in the game, with very few copies being given out to users. The most common reasons are that people don’t know that they can get it, or do not make it to the 2,400 hours count before abandoning Unturned.

Receiving the Experienced Beret

Actually getting the beret to your inventory is the easy part. The hard part is obtaining 2400 hours in Unturned without wanting to quit. The fact that you’re reading this proves to me that you’re dedicated enough to get it and work towards the beret.

Your first step will be to document the 2400 hours that you’ve obtained. The best ways to do this are:

  • Taking a picture of your hours next to the Unturned game (with profile picture/name in it)
  • Copying (CTRL+C) your Steam URL (either vanity or not) and recording it in notes.

After that, you can open up your e-mail (do people still use emails for things other than weird stuff like this?) and put this email in the recipent’s name box: [email protected]

Just send both the image of the hours and your link and request for the Experienced Beret and you should get a reply within a week at most. Make sure that your inventory is set to public as he needs to verify that you actually did get the hours and be patient! It’s a free item and the last thing Nelson wants is someone complaining about it in his emails.

Volodymyr Azimoff
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I love games and I live games. Video games are my passion, my hobby and my job. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices. My first official job in the game industry started back in 2005, and I'm still doing what I love to do.

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