In the world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, there’s a lot to learn. Dying Light 2 has a lot of new mechanics, owed to its much bigger map. This new game has changed a lot, and the game is very different. With all these changes, comes the need to relearn some old things. And when you’re fighting off the undead hordes, you want to be prepared. Having the right tools for the occasion is pretty important.
And there’s nothing worse than having that tool break in your hands when you’re faced with a bunch of undead buttheads. Luckily, there’s a way to repair weapons. It’s obviously a good idea to repair your gear every once in a while, that way you won’t be caught in the thick of it without a weapon. Use this guide to learn more about how to repair weapons in Dying Light 2.
How to Repair Weapons in Dying Light 2
The trouble is, that there isn’t a direct method of repairing any of your gear. But there is a sort of workaround you can employ. It’s best to do this for your best quality weapons. If you have a high-damage item that’s key to your survival, you can use this method to keep it in fighting shape. That method relies on technically exploiting the mod system. Each time you install a weapon mod, it adds 50% durability to the weapon. And yes, that’s the only way to repair weapons in Dying Light 2. The one limiting factor here is the utility of mods in the game.
You can’t swap out or change mods – once a slot is full, it can’t be changed. You will have to pick and choose when you want to use this method to repair a weapon and boost its durability. The choice of timing is important, as the weapon can obviously still break after this. As a general rule of thumb, it’s worth waiting until the weapon is pretty beaten up before installing a mod.
This trick doesn’t work with legendary weapons, which never allow you to install mods of any kind. So the best loot in the game should be used pretty sparingly to keep it in good condition for as long as possible. Instead of defaulting to your best tool in every engagement, you should burn through your lesser gear as a first option, saving the better impliment for bosses and the like.
You can find and craft mods, buy them from the Craftmaster at the Bazaar, as well as getting them as quest rewards.