'Call Of Duty' Guide: How To Make A Boat Propeller To Access Turtle Island In Rave In The Redwoods Map

By Allan , Updated Feb 08, 2017 10:55 AM EST

The latest map added In “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” is the Rave in the Redwoods where players need to make a boat propeller to gain access to Turtle Island. The boat propeller requires different parts to be built so this article is all about guiding the players how to do it properly.

Finding the Boat in Rave in the Redwoods

Before finding all the parts of the boat propeller, it is important that the player knows where to find the broken boat where the propeller will be used according to Primagames. The easiest way to find it is by going outside the main cabin and heading south up to the end of the island. In this area, the White Tail Beach will be located and in it is a building with a dock in Bear Lake. Once players head to the dock, they will finally find the broken boat and in need of a propeller to work.

Building the Boat Propeller

Once the boat is located, Level Camp said players are now ready to build the propeller to gain access to Turtle Island. It requires 3 different parts and it can all be found around the island. The first component should be found inside the Mess Hall in the cafeteria. From there, players must go inside the second room after the pillar in the hall. The second component will be found when players have access to the Recreational Area. It should be inside the small tent on the right side with a white and red flag.

Last but not the least is the third component which can be found when the player turns on the power. For players who don’t know yet how to turn on the power, they can just follow the guide for instructions and they will be able to turn it on in no time. After that is done, go upstairs and find the Tunn Nuff machine. After receiving all three parts, go back to the broken boat to complete the repair. Upon completion, players can quickly head to Turtle Island to explore new places.

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