New World provides players with various ways to store items, weapons and armor to prevent encumberment. Every settlement has storage sheds that players can use to store items in, and you can transfer items from one storage shed to another for a small fee. Player-owned houses also provide the opportunity to place storage chests which increase the total capacity of the town’s storage shed. For example, a hewn log storage chest provides 200 extra pounds of storage space in a shed while a hope storage chest gives 400 extra pounds. By the end of this guide, you will learn how to make a hope storage chest in New World.
How to Make a Hope Storage Chest in New World
Before you can craft a hope storage chest, you will need the crafting schematic for it. The schematic is named the “starmetal-braced storage chest” and is found randomly in tier two and three supply chests. However, there is a chance that the schematic you find will be a cooking recipe or another furniture schematic. Alternatively, you can search the trading post to see if any players are selling the schematic. You may need to check every settlement’s trading post by clicking “showing order at” and selecting “all settlements”. If there are no listings for the schematic, you may also find the item itself here.
Navigate to a tier four or five workshop once you obtain the schematic to craft the hope storage chest. You will need furnishing level 145 to craft the chest. The following materials are required to make the storage chest:
- Wyrdwood Planks x30
- Starmetal Ingot x15
- Oak Stain x1
- Greater Rune of Holding
One of the most challenging materials for some players is the greater rune of holding. You can obtain this item once you are a chronicler rank in your faction. The rune costs 5000 faction tokens and 1000 coins. You can also purchase the rune from the trading post. You may also choose the craft the materials yourself or buy them from the trading post.