Things break, you mine and find what you need to fix it, and then you move on. There's not much to do when you find things, you just point a gun at something or walk up to plants. And some of them don't make a lot of sense, like you find zinc in a plant. It just keeps throwing busywork at you, which amounts to nothing more than fetch quests without any story behind them.
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