The Forest – How to Get Unlimited Modern Arrows

Unlimited Modern Arrows Tips

If you’re looking to score a ton of modern arrows without worrying about running low, I’ve got you covered. Head on over to the Abandoned Film Crew Camp near Geese Lake. It’s not too far from the lake itself, just south of it.

When you roll up, you’ll spot a couple of tents and some modern boxes packed with arrows. And here’s the kicker: there’s a tent where you can save your progress. So, snag those 60+ arrows, save your game, then reload. Bam! Suddenly, those arrows are practically infinite.

Bonus Tip:

You’ll find plenty of deer roaming around too. So not only can you stock up on arrows, but you can also score some cash, electrical tape, and bag yourself some deer for extra goodies.

Arrow Spots:

  1. Near the cockpit, you’ll find a yellow crate. Crack it open and snag yourself 10 arrows.
  2. Head up to the small cliff by the river where two more yellow crates are hanging out. Score yourself a total of 20 arrows there.
  3. Now, if you’re up for a bit of adventure, hit up the Film Crew Camp. You’ll find a whopping 6 yellow crates there, loaded with a grand total of 60 arrows. That’s an arrow bonanza, my friend.
  4. Looking for some other gear? Swing by the Hidden Stash Room in the cave where the Modern Axe hangs out. You’ll pick up 5 arrows along with that sweet axe.
  5. And don’t forget about the Modern Bow in the cave. Grab that bad boy and you’ll score yourself another 20 arrows to add to your collection.
  6. In Cave 6, the Lawyer Cave’s big open room with the Orange tent hides another yellow crate with 10 arrows.
  7. Head over to the Artifact Cave near the Sacrifice Door. There’s one more yellow crate waiting for you there, packed with another 10 arrows.

I hope this is useful!

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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