Bean Stalker – General Tips

No order to this. Just a bunch of random tips and mechanics.

Tips and Tricks

Index Controllers

  • If you have issues with grabbing and dropping items then adjust grab and release thresholds in the SteamVR controller settings for the grips.
  • I go with 100 for grab and 70 for release.
  • Hands get sweaty and it confuses the Index controllers.
  • Try pointing a fan at yourself while you play to cool off your sweaty hands.
  • Hold thumbstick press to run can damage thumbsticks and it sucks trying to press it at an angle.
  • Remap run to another button using SteamVR controller bindings.

Get Grapple Hook ASAP

  • Grapple Hook is fast rapid fire so use that to move fast.
  • Climbing pick in one have and grapple hook in other hand.
  • You can throw yourself with the pick.
  • Grapple negates fall damage.

Get sword ASAP and keep it handy

  • Seems like sword recharges it’s damage so waggle doesn’t work.
  • Look for the sword streaks to know the recharge rate.
  • I usually keep a sword on one shoulder and a grapple on the other shoulder.

Long range weapon

  • I keep a long range weapon in my backpack.
  • The weapon can reload by putting it over your shoulder for a couple seconds.

Main Quest: Focus on your main quest

  • Main Quest is how you’ll unlock all the items and progress faster with reward loot.

Sprint button also works while your falling, jumping

  • Use sprint to jump and grapple across longer gaps.

Revive

  • Food or potions can revive friends (Mushrooms, Mangos).
  • When feeding self or reviving others bring food close and wait until it turns purple before pressing trigger.
  • Everyone has to be together and not downed to end a level.
  • Long range grapple: Great way to save yourself from a long fall.
  • There are scrolls on your wrists with info and missions.
  • You can let a friend borrow equipment by turning off snap to inventory temporarily and dropping the equipment.
  • Move with friend. Game is easier if you stick together and go down same vines together.
  • Ranged Interact: You can use ranged interact to interact with zip lines, levers, and pick up things at a distance.
  • You can dual wield swords for more melee damage.
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Egor Opleuha, also known as Juzzzie, is the Editor-in-Chief of Gameplay Tips. He is a writer with more than 12 years of experience in writing and editing online content. His favorite game was and still is the third part of the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic saga. He prefers to spend all his free time playing retro games and new indie games.

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