What players need to know before starting Dying Light 2. What Side Activities to complete first, where to find GRE Inhibitors and Merchant tips.
Dying Light 2 is an Open-World, Multiplayer RPG that can be challenging for beginning players and newcomers to the series. With multiple choices and endings to choose from in Dying Light 2 and exploring the Open-World Activities, players will have to know what to start with and how to traverse the city of Villedor.
To start off, in order for players to increase their Stamina and Health, they will need to focus on finding GRE Inhibitors; these can be found at certain Side Activities and scattered around the world. The Side Activities players should be focusing on are GRE Anomaly Zones and GRE Quarantine Buildings. These are key Side Activities that are Guaranteed to have GRE Inhibitors.
Players can also use their GRE Access key to detect nearby GRE Inhibitor Chests around the city of Villedor. At the bottom of the screen, players will see the GRE Access Key with a distance register that will tell them when they are close to a GRE Inhibitor Chests. There will also be a sound prompt from the GRE Access Key when they nearby Safes or Chests in Dying Light 2.
Tips for Beginner Players of Dying Light 2
After collecting enough GRE Inhibitors, players will have a choice between upgrading Health or Stamina. It is highly recommended to increase Stamina as it is used during Parkour and Parkour Activities. For certain Activities and parts of the Main Storyline, players will need a Minimum amount of Stamina to complete Parkour Puzzles. So to be able to complete all the Activities and Main Campaign, players should Spec into Stamina first above all else. A good threshold for Stamina is 300 minimum. In addition, side Activities such as Windmills, Nightrunner Hideouts, and Broadcast Antennas will require the player to have a minimum amount of Stamina before completing them.
Collecting materials early on will give players a head start in upgrading and crafting weapons to make fights easier. Also, when scavenging, players will collect valuables that can be sold at Merchants in Safe Zones like the Bazaar in Dying Light 2 for a large sum of coins. Merchants offer very useful equipment and materials that are needed to survive night incursions. Make sure to stock up on Immunity Boosters and Medicine Bandages, as these are essential to survival and make Night Exploration much easier. Players should also refrain from purchasing Melee Weapons from the Merchants as they are a big money waster. Melee Weapons can easily be found when exploring and playing the Main Campaign. On the other hand, Armor can be purchased as it does not break over time and can increase Gear Score. Which in turn helps players reach Max Rank, Level 9.
Dying Light 2 is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.
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