Far Cry: New Dawn Gears Locations

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Far Cry New Dawn Gears Stashes Locations: Stalespark Hill

Far Cry: New Dawn Gears Locations

Stalespark Hill is a Loot Location in Far Cry: New Dawn, Ubisoft’s latest first-person shooter title from the popular video games series.

Stalespark Hill in Far Cry: New Dawn is a power plant facility which is usually guarded by at least 3 Highwaymen.

While visiting this location, you may also encounter a Rattlesnake hidden inside the bushes near an old rusted container.

Furthermore, at this location, you’ll be able to get 4 hidden Gears Stashes, each of them containing a large number of Gears.

In the videogame, Gears are Crafting Materials required to make Weapons.

Stalespark Hill Location

Stalespark Hill is found north of Parker’s Vault and south-east of the Broken Forge Outpost. You can see this looting location on the following map.

Far Cry: New Dawn Stalespark HillHidden Gears Stashes Locations

To fully control this landmark you need to find 4 hidden Gears Stashes, their locations being revealed by the table below.

Gears Stash Location
1 On the rusted container on the left side of the facility
2 On a power supply box, near a pile of wooden crates
3 On another supply box, right behind the first stash
4 On a third power supply box, left from the second one


After you get all Gears Stashes at Stalespark Hill, the location is marked as explored.

You can now opt to leave the area, or continue to look around for more materials.

Behind the supply box where the third Gear Stash is located, you’ll find a larger case with Copper, Ammo, and Solvent; while on the rusted trailer is another smaller yellow box containing Copper, Ammo and Blasting Cap.

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