How to build a zombie-proof wall
In the sandbox the “Damage Construction” option allows you to choose whether or not zombies can destroy player constructions and defenses.
The “Player-built Construction Strength” option Gives player-built constructions extra hit points so they are more resistant to zombie damage.
Zombies will break through wooden walls in a short amount of time
Zombies can break through wooden walls quite easily, as was demonstrated in a test where a horde of zombies was able to break through a wooden wall in just a couple of hours. The walls have 150 HP by default, but every level of walls adds more HP.
Zombies usually target doors rather than walls, but if there are enough of them, they will eventually break through the wall. The best way to keep zombies out, then, is to build on the second floor of a building and extend your base upward.
Also to build walls far away from any activity inside the base so that zombies can’t hear any footsteps from outside.
Can zombies break / destroy walls?
Zombies will attack anything player-made, including walls, doors, barricades, and other constructions. This is because they are attracted to the sound and sight of players, and will try to path through anything that they can destroy to reach them.
There is also a migration system in place that can cause walls to be destroyed if they are in the way of a migrating band of zombies.
Zombies will avoid high fences and other obstacles, making it less likely for them to find their way to player-made constructions. It is still safer to stay in a pre-existing structure than a random house, as long as the structure is completely sealed.
Pre-existing structures are safe from zombies
Pre-existing structures are safe from zombies. For example, You can get into the gun store from the roof, so you can have a safe room that cannot be destroyed by zombies.
Barricades vs. walls: which is better against a zombie attack?
Barricades have the advantage of being easier to build and rebuild, but they are not as effective as walls at keeping zombies out. Zombies can quickly break through barricades, making them ineffective at protecting against a large attack. Walls, on the other hand, are much more effective at keeping zombies out. However, they are also more difficult to build and maintain.
Cars can be used to block open spaces and prevent zombies from breaking through
Cars can be used to block open spaces and prevent zombies from breaking through. This is a useful technique for keeping zombies out of an area, as it can be difficult to rebuild walls and barricades that they can quickly break through. Cars can be placed across roads or in other strategic locations to create a barrier that zombies will have difficulty getting past.
Zombies can get through under cars, But they can’t get through under burned cars, so you can make full use of cars that are in poor condition.
You can also stop zombies from climbing through the window by parking the car outside the window. Make sure the vehicle is close to the window (you can’t open the door from the side of the window)