Wanaka Farm is issuing a guide on its LAND rental system. This tutorial comes after an earlier update via an AMA session back in April. When the team announced the introduction of certain updates to wannatown. It released two separate videos, highlighting how the process will work.
Details of the Wanaka Farm Rental System Guide
To rent a plot of land, users will have to use the Wanaka Farm Rental System Guide. On the dashboard, they will be able to view the different plots available for rent. They include the Common, Uncommon, Rare, Legendary, Immortal and Mythical Lands. Each one has its own features, benefits and the number of them available.
To filter out the options to the one you prefer, you can select the season you want. Similarly, you can also choose the number of plots, as well as the duration for which you want to rent it. After inputting the criteria that suit what you want, click on “Apply Filter” to proceed.
The system will then fetch all the available Lands that meet the features you earlier selected. When the store provides you with the corresponding results, sort through them. If you desire to filter the answers further, you can select the specific rarity level you want. Using this method will help you identify lands of higher quality.
Should you see any that you like, click on “Details“. Once you do this, you will get more insights into this particular piece. Like its level and the number of seasons that you can farm on it. You will also be able to identify the number of ponds it has, as well as the duration of the rental. In addition, you will be able to ascertain its “increase mutant rate”.
This is besides the actual price and the fee you will have to pay in addition to the cost of the land. If you are satisfied with what you see, proceed to rent the land. Click on “Rent” and click on “Confirm” to complete the transaction. The newly rented plot will be automatically added to your inventory.
Farming on The Rented Land
You can start farming on this new piece of land. Simply select a vehicle and use it to move towards the particular plot. Before you begin planting crops, ensure that you are within a season where this can take place. You should also ensure that the seed is compatible with the land. After which you can proceed to begin working on the process.