In this article we will talk about how to repair and disassemble items in New World.
In order to repair your equipment, you must have the right amount of spare parts to repair and a little money to pay for it.
Repair parts are a unique resource that is used to repair items and cannot be exchanged, sold or bought. In order to get spare parts, you need to disassemble weapons and armor, which you no longer need.
During your adventures in Aeternum you will find both weapons and armor, which are not very useful for you. Either they are much lower than you would like to use, or they just don’t fit your style of play.
When this happens, you will be able to disassemble this equipment by hovering over the item you want to disassemble and pressing S and left-clicking. This will parse your item and you will receive repair parts as well as a small amount of returned materials for manufacturing. The number of repair parts and type of material you will receive will depend on the item you disassemble.
A great way to easily get a ton of parts to repair is to make a lot of items. This will increase your workmanship, and then you will be able to save just made items and get back a small part of your materials and get quite a lot of parts for repair.
It is important to note that repair parts are limited to 2000, so you can’t just dial up to hundreds of thousands of repair parts and be provided with them for life.
Once you get enough spare parts to repair your damaged equipment, you will hover over the equipment you want to repair and just click R plus left mouse button to completely repair your equipment.
You can see how badly the product is damaged by looking at the quick life cycle view bar below the product icon on your equipment’s screen, and by pointing the mouse pointer at the product, you can see the actual total life cycle of the product as well as its remaining service life.
You can also see how many parts you need and how much gold it will cost to repair this item.
You can repair the product as many times as you want. When you repair a part, you do not lose its durability, and it will NOT be destroyed if you repair too many parts.