Supply Drop

This container is seldom seen, as it is typically dropped out of a flying cargo plane with a parachute to slow its descent. Once the drop lands on the ground it can be looted and may yield useful end-game gear (usually combat oriented items). You can loot this container by pressing the Use key ('E' by default). The player should take care attempting to loot a Supply Drop as chances are, due to the high quality of the loot inside, as well as the visibility of the drop location, other players will also be headed to the package. You may have to fight other players to gain access to the items inside. Supply Drop has a 100% of giving 2 pieces of clothes and 2 guns.

Supply Drop
  1. Loot
  2. Signal
  3. Tips
Item Condition Category Chance
High Quality Metal×32-39 High Quality Metal - Resources 33 %
Roadsign Gloves Roadsign Gloves - Attire 21 %
Riot Helmet Riot Helmet 100 % Attire 20 %
Semi-Automatic Rifle Semi-Automatic Rifle 100 % Weapon 22 %
5.56 Rifle Ammo×12-120 5.56 Rifle Ammo - Ammunition 55 %
Pump Shotgun Pump Shotgun 100 % Weapon 22 %
12 Gauge Buckshot×6-39 12 Gauge Buckshot - Ammunition 63 %
Pistol Bullet×15-85 Pistol Bullet - Ammunition 84 %
HV Pistol Ammo×10-30 HV Pistol Ammo - Ammunition 14 %
F1 Grenade×1-5 F1 Grenade - Weapon 28 %
Snow Jacket Snow Jacket - Attire 25 %
Hoodie Hoodie - Attire 20 %
Custom SMG Custom SMG 100 % Weapon 22 %
Jackhammer Jackhammer 100 % Tool 14 %
Scrap×140-159 Scrap - Resources 33 %
Spas-12 Shotgun Spas-12 Shotgun 100 % Weapon 12 %
Incendiary Pistol Bullet×10-30 Incendiary Pistol Bullet - Ammunition 27 %
Chainsaw Chainsaw 100 % Tool 14 %
Bucket Helmet Bucket Helmet 100 % Attire 20 %
12 Gauge Incendiary Shell×4-21 12 Gauge Incendiary Shell - Ammunition 29 %
Timed Explosive Charge Timed Explosive Charge - Tool 14 %
Sheet Metal×5 Sheet Metal - Component 8 %
Incendiary 5.56 Rifle Ammo×8-24 Incendiary 5.56 Rifle Ammo - Ammunition 13 %
Road Sign Kilt Road Sign Kilt 100 % Attire 21 %
M39 Rifle M39 Rifle 100 % Weapon 12 %
Coffee Can Helmet Coffee Can Helmet 100 % Attire 20 %
Metal Pipe×5 Metal Pipe - Component 8 %
12 Gauge Slug×4-12 12 Gauge Slug - Ammunition 29 %
MP5A4 MP5A4 100 % Weapon 12 %
Gears×5 Gears - Component 8 %
Pants Pants - Attire 20 %
Satchel Charge×2 Satchel Charge - Tool 29 %
Thompson Thompson 100 % Weapon 22 %
M92 Pistol M92 Pistol 100 % Weapon 12 %
HV 5.56 Rifle Ammo×10-30 HV 5.56 Rifle Ammo - Ammunition 6 %
LR-300 Assault Rifle LR-300 Assault Rifle 100 % Weapon 2 %
Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo×8-24 Explosive 5.56 Rifle Ammo - Ammunition 7 %
Road Sign Jacket Road Sign Jacket 100 % Attire 21 %
Tech Trash×4 Tech Trash - Component 8 %

HEX 121 pts. 3 years ago

For no reason at all, a Compound Bow can be used to destroy the parachute, although it would fall at the same speed.

Kernelly 26 pts. 3 years ago

It's one of the best containers in game, but only on paper... It often drops a lot of ammo which is a good thing if you need it or gunpowder from it, but besides it has small chances to drop something rare. If you're playing on small servers like me, there shouldn't be too much risk to get killed while looting it, but I don't recommend going for it on high population servers. It's just not worth it, hackable crate is much more profitable. Try to plan before looting it, or you'll get killed because of other players.

Bennoabro[contributor] 105 pts. 4 years ago

You can cause a supply drop in an exact area by using a supply signal. If you choose to do this near or on your base expect to get raided.

beau[supporter][contributor] 805 pts. 3 years ago

If you are struggling to defend a Supply Drop, shoot at the bottom of the Supply Drop with any type of bow. This should stop the Supply Drop mid-air and possibly buy you some time. If you hit the dead center of an airdrop with an arrow it will completely stop it until the arrow has despawned, this can be crucial depending on the situation.

Paul[contributor] 1,365 pts. 3 years ago

Depending on the local newman population, even if it were to be low, it will always be necessary to secure a Supply Drop with the help of a group of friends or allies. Dropping a Supply Signal on your base, as long as it is big, walled off and secured enough to ward off any pesky naked newmans, is the better choice. In case of an attack, it will always be geared players. Knowing the surroundings of your base better than anyone else will allow you to use this knowledge to your advantage to be able to tell where the enemy is. Beware, as a Supply Drop may not always land exactly where the smoke signal is, but it's pretty precise. It would definitely land within a 3x3 size of foundations though, but always drop a Supply Signal in the center of your base so it doesn't happen to get outside your base's walls.