Calcharo using the Sensor in Wuthering Waves
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Wuthering Waves sensor – How to confirm the patrol route

Scan the world to reveal secrets!

One of many gameplay mechanics in WuWa is the Sensor. If you don't know how to use it yet, check out all of the information about the Wuthering Waves sensor below and learn how to confirm the patrol route.

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How to confirm the patrol route in Wuthering Waves using sensor

Once you get to the Rearguards Base, talk to the Passing Midnight Ranger as part of the main Echoing March quest. He will give you another quest to check the Detection Beacons that went offline. To find them, you need to follow the patrol route. That's where the Sensor comes in.

The Sensor module is one of the Utilities you get from Sanhua at the City Hall. It is used to reveal valuable content like collectibles, enemy weaknesses, etc. It's best to learn how to use it quickly so that you can effectively take care of quests.

The utility wheel in Wuthering Waves
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You can switch between your Utilities with the Utilities wheel. On the keyboard is the TAB button, while on the controller, it is left on the D-Pad. Once you have it selected, use the Utility button to activate it and look around.

Patrol route during the Echoing March mission in Wuthering Waves
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You'll see the holographic images of the patrol route. Keep going, and more and more holographic images will be revealed. You don't have to activate the sensor again; only once is necessary. The sensor will lead you to the first Detection Beacon, which is in the middle of being stolen by civilians.

Detection Beacon part of the Echoing Marche quest in Wuthering Waves
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The second Detection Beacon will be marked on your screen already so you can easily navigate to it. No need to use the Sensor again.

Now that you know how to use this Utility module, you should be well on your way to revealing all of the secrets of Wuthering Waves.

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Hristina has been a full-time Staff Writer at Pro Game Guides since October 2023. She has a Master's degree in English Language, Literature and Culture from the University of Belgrade. She's used her love of English to write blogs, anime quizzes, books as well as work as a Content Editor before starting at PGG. She lives for the horror genre and you'll often find her playing Dead by Daylight, Lethal Company, and Phasmophobia. Hristina's comfort games are Outlast, Last of Us, and Until Dawn, which she has played or watched other people play more than 10 times each.

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