Dying Light 2 has a Concealed Star Wars Blueprint

Techland didn’t simply throw zombies, outlaws, and parkour challenges into Dying Light 2’s open environment. There are also several hidden secrets, clandestine regions, and easter eggs stuffed into the atmosphere, which gamers have diligently uncovered since the game’s release a week ago. Techland has buried secrets behind other secrets in some circumstances.

About Dying Light 2

It is an action role-playing zombie survival video game set in a post-apocalyptic world with zombies. It is set 22 years after Dying Light and follows Aiden Caldwell (voiced by Jonah Scott), a new character with varied parkour talents.

To fast travel the city, gamers can undertake climbing cliffs, sliding, leaping off of heights, and wall sprinting. Over 3000 parkour animations have been validated to provide a more fluid-free running experience. 

The game takes place in Villedor, a vast open reality metropolis in Europe that players may freely wander. The territory is divided into seven unique zones, each with its landmarks and destinations, four times larger than the first version.

Players may scavenge various scraps and materials while traversing the city to construct new goods and armaments. In the game, players encounter several groups and towns and must make multiple decisions that can drastically alter the game’s environment.

Dark secrets:

  • Techland contains mysteries concealed behind mysteries. For example, the goofy but rewarding Left Finger of gloVa, a gadget that lets you shoot zombies and outlaws merely by aiming at them, was carefully placed within a development chamber that was itself hidden inside a tower only approachable via a difficult parkour challenge.
  • In the basement of the VNC tower, there’s a replica of a Doom level (equipped with a shotgun) that may be found by locating five wicked rubber duckies dispersed about Villedor. Additional mysterious, this time a Star Wars secret, is hidden within that secret Doom level: a crafting blueprint that grants Aiden the power to Force Choke his adversaries.

How to Get it?

To get to this Star Wars secret, you’ll have first to solve a Doom puzzle. A secret entrance is concealed behind a wall when shooting your way through the Doom level, which is wholly suited for Doom. The passageway leads to a chamber with a square green pool and a blueprint labeled “Dying Force” in the center.

It costs 369 scraps to make the Dying Force. Aiden may go full Sith on his opponents once he has it loaded (or any friendly Survivors or Peacekeepers he meets on random rooftops). The Force Choke consequence doesn’t last long, but choking a guy while he slithers in the air would be plenty of time to get in a few free strokes with your favorite supercharged ax. You’ll get 16 charges out of the Dying Force until it shatters, just like the Left Finger of gloVa, and then you’ll have to construct another.

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