Cult of the Lamb: How to move buildings

Learn how to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb so you can rearrange your town as you please!

Once your Cult begins to get crowded, you may want to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb so that you can group like places together. Thankfully, this is fairly easy to do, though the option for it isn’t made immediately obvious. In this guide we’ll explain how to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb so you can plan your layouts perfectly.

Cult of the Lamb: How to move buildings

Cult of the lamb how to move buildings
 
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To move buildings in Cult of the Lamb, head over to the building signpost with the hammer which you would normally go to when you want to construct something new. Interact with it and you’ll open up a menu of all your available blueprints.

Instead of picking a blueprint, press the prompt shown at the bottom of the screen for Edit Buildings. On PC, this defaults to the C key. On Xbox it will be X, on Switch it will be Y, and on PlayStation it will be Square.

How to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb

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Enter the Edit Buildings menu and you’ll be taken to a grid-based view of your Cult, frozen in time. All you need to do here is move the hammer cursor over the building you want to move and select it using the prompt shown at the bottom left of the screen (E on PC, A on Xbox, B on Switch, X on PlayStation). Once you’ve found the new place you’re happy with, press the same prompt again to place the building.

Cult of the Lamb how to move buildings guide
 
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It’s completely free to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb, so don’t be afraid to enter this menu anytime you’re unhappy with the layout of your humble village. You can also remove buildings from this menu if you want to deconstruct something entirely.

Now that you’ve learned how to move buildings in Cult of the Lamb, check out our other helpful guides including these beginners tips that’ll get your Cult money and resource rich.

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