For its anticipated sequel, Techland has increased the scale and density of the open-world city with even more locations to explore. Scattered throughout this crumbling metropolis is all manner of loot, from weapons and consumables to crafting pieces and herbs. Some are out in the open, while others require a bit more digging to uncover. Here’s everything you need to know about Dying Light 2 Military Convoys, including what they are, how to collect them, and what loot you can get.
Dying Light military convoys explained 2: what are they, how to collect and what loot you can get
As you may have guessed from the introduction above, military convoys in Dying Light 2 are critical loot points. Here you will find loot of several different rarity values, which tends to increase based on the level of the location. To check the level, open your map using the touchpad/options menu button and hover over the area marked ‘Military Convoy’.
At each military convoy location you will find one or two army trucks and possibly police cars containing loot. Loot is usually found in the trunk/rear compartment, which requires a lockpick to open. The higher the difficulty level, the more difficult the lockpick will be. Also, the more infected there are around the convoy, you will have to eliminate them.
Lower level convoys should be easy enough to loot without killing all nearby infected, but obviously harder lockpicks take more time and that means you’ll have to deal with nearby enemies first.
What loot is found in military convoys? Answered
There is no hard and fast rule about what kind of loot you will find at military convoy locations. As you can see in the image above, this particular level 2 location produced a Torch and some crafting pieces. In others, we’ve found high-quality weapons, medkits, and outfits. Again, the general rule of thumb is that the harder it is, the better gear you’ll find.
That’s everything you need to know about Dying Light 2 military convoys, including what they are, how to collect them, and what loot you can get. For more tips, tricks, and guides, head over to our wiki, or check out more of our coverage of the game below.
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