Plane Crash is a random time limited event in Last Day on Earth (LDOE). The plane crash event is randomly generated, usually when you are low on energy and more often for lower level players.
Crashed Plane events have 22 – 44 pieces of luggage scattered throughout the map, usually in the vicinity of the plane’s wreckage. They feature minimal threat presence – mostly wolfs and zombies – and serve as a great source of random scraps and metal / wire pieces for low level players. The event only lasts for 50 minutes on the map you will only ever see it twice in your Survivor experience (in your early stages of the game). It is an extremely valuable event for anyone starting the game, so make sure not to miss out on it!
Crashed Plane loot
Loot that is typically obtainable from opening suitcases around the Crashed Plane:
- Bottle of Water
- Baked Beans
- Piece of Cloth
- Duct Tape
- Ball Bearing
- Scrap Metal
- First Aid Kit
- Gold Bar
- Guaranteed Glock
In addition to these items, the area around the wreckage is often filled with other useful materials (Pine Logs a plenty!):
- Dead Tree
- Pine Log
- Plant Fiber
- Berry Bush
- CAC card Romeo
Maximizing your time at the Plane Crash
Plane Crashes are notorious for the amount of loot they reward, and maximizing the amount of usable loot you collect should be your primary concern here. We prepared a preparation shortlist that we think will help you get the most out of the event.
- Empty your backpack and have ample storage space. LDOE Plane Crash event is notorious for the amount of loot you are able to collect. In order to maximize that amount, leave everything you don’t need at your camp. Every slot matters and there is NO ENEMIES at this location!
- Figure out what you need before traveling. Being prepared and knowing what you need will help you make tough decisions on which items to pick up and which items to leave behind. This is almost as important as having enough backpack space.
- Equip your best armor and weapons. Dying at the Plane Crash is not only inconvenient, it is quite energy expensive as you need to return to the event immediately. Although the event is considered to be a low threat event, it’s better to be on the safe side.