Open-world survival games require that you find and craft a lot of things if you want to, well, survive in them. And, even though it takes place in space, Icarus is no different in this regard. You will need to collect many crafting materials and then use them to create tools. One of the materials that you will craft is Tree Sap. However, obtaining it isn’t as straightforward as it would first appear, since you cannot really collect it like actual Tree Sap in the real world – by harvesting it from trees. No, the process to acquire it is somewhat different, as we will show you in our Get Tree Sap in Icarus guide.
How to Get Tree Sap in Icarus
To begin with, you will need to be at least Level 10 to craft Tree Sap. If you want to level up as quickly as you can in Icarus, we have a great guide on how to level up fast. You need to be Level 10 because this is when you will be able to unlock the Mortar and Pestle crafting item in the Tech Tree. It is a Tier 2 technology, and you create the Mortar and Pestle at the Crafting Station using x4 Silica Ore and x12 Stone. Once you have the Mortar and Pestle, put it on the ground. Next, interact with it to open up the crafting menu.
To craft one Tree Sap, you will need x4 Sticks. Luckily, sticks are some of the most abundant resources in the entire game, and you shouldn’t have any problems finding more than enough of them. Specifically, Sticks in Icarus are collected from small trees, and these are plentiful, especially at the start of the game. Tree Sap is very important, since it is an ingredient for creating Epoxy. You can craft Epoxy either with x4 Crushed Bone, or from x4 Tree Sap and x2 Sulfur.