Dying Light 2: How to Get Rich Fast

114 12/07/2022

Money fixes all problems in Dying Light 2. Anything players can't craft or don't find, they can usually find on a vendor. The problem there is that vendors sell their best items for a few hundreds coins and a whole wave of zombies can be killed and looted without giving away more than about six pieces of currency.

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Gamers have come to expect survival games starving them of their resources. For those who want to go through Dying Light 2 and not feel like they are constantly broke, however, there is a way for Aiden to get all the money he could ever want for the entire game in less than an hour.


Wait For Nightfall

There are many reasons to wait for nightfall in Dying Light 2, the simplest explanation is that players get bonuses to combat and parkour experience. Also, there are more enemies wandering the streets, which leads to more bodies to loot. Dying Light 2: How to Get Rich Fast

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But the reason for waiting for nightfall to get rich in this case is actually because there are fewer zombies indoors and that's exactly where Aiden has to go. Players have mixed feelings about the game, but they certainly can't argue that it's fun to coordinate the time of day with missions.

Raid A Dark Hollow

On the map, there are several blue markers that indicate to gamers that there is some kind of loot there. However, many of these locations are for crafting parts or some kind of other resources. If the name of the game is cold, hard cash, then be sure to raid a Dark Hollow. These locations specifically contain extra valuables.

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Those who have seized Alder Windmill will have a Dark Hollow nearby. Ideally, players should not have to stock up on items that restore immunity because spending cash is the opposite of what is desired here. Loot everything and return to the nearest vendor before the infection sets in.

Sell Down And Repeat

After looting the area, return to a vendor and sell everything listed as a valuable. The valuables and the coins on the bodies should yield about one thousand coins, not factoring in all of the other new gear and equipment found. Best of all, this cycle takes no more than three minutes to complete.

Vendors likely have places to rest nearby. Sleep until the next dusk and then make the journey again. If players do this for even half an hour, it's more than likely that they'll be able to buy whatever they want for the rest of the game without having to worry about money.

Dying Light 2 was released on February 4th, 2022, and is available on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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