Among the other important items in the game that you need to explore and find out, the military tech material is one of those items which are critically important, and it can improve your Nightrunner gears as well. This Military tech material is one of the most valuable items in the game, and this article will guide you on how to get military tech material in Dying Light 2.
Techland’s new game Dying Light 2 has already surpassed the popularity of its prequel. We can confirm it, as we were playing from the launch date itself. The Dying Light 2 game launch has been huge, with over 150K players online on Steam at the same time. Although you might face some startup issues, you can address them here. And with recent patches, the game has been running more smoothly than ever. The game is about completing missions and objectives while parkouring on the rooftops and taking down zombies and bandits. This new Dying Light 2 game also has its very own stealth elements built-in if you want a much quieter approach.
This new During Light Game is set in the European city of Villedor where players take control of Aide, the main protagonist and a member of the outcast group known as the Pilgrims. During your journey, you will come across a lot of factions and your actions will determine how the missions will shape throughout the storyline.
This game is also based on scavenging for loot, like the original Dying Light. You have to use special items and scavenge supplies and consumables which can be acquired while doing the campaigns. The most valuable item that you can find is the military tech which will improve your Night Gunner Gear.
So in this article, we will guide you on how to get the military tech material in Dying Light 2.
How to get Military tech gear in Dying Light 2
The only way to get the Military tech gear is by completing the military airdrop side activities. These are marked on the map with little parachutes on them. You need a certain level of stamina to reach the airdrop. You can see the amount of stamina that is needed under the name of the airdrop you located. If the colour is Red, then you don’t have enough stamina to complete the certain activity, and you might have to come back later once you have upgraded your stats. If you see the icon in White, then you will be able to reach and complete the activity with your current stamina level.
Military airdrops are mostly about parkour and about how you make your way up to the top of some of the hardest places to reach in the game, like the skyscraper roof or the destroyed highway. You will periodically face the undead, but there is not much to worry about because those infected can easily be avoided. Once you have reached the crate, you can open up the crate and use the GRE key to also unlock the panel on the right. Now you might overlook it as you will be in a hurry to snatch the content of the crate. Always remember to use your GRE key to unlock the hidden compartments for crates like these. Only after doing that, the activity will be marked as completed.
All the military airdrops contain one military tech, so don’t expect a lot of items out of the crate. You need two or three of the Military tech material to upgrade your Nightrunner Gear. Make sure you upgrade your paraglider with Military tech material, as it is one of the best movement tools in the game. This will allow you to fly much faster and get a speed boost ability for your glider. To upgrade your weapons using the military tech, just head over to a Craftsmaster and upgrade it.
Keep in mind to give priority to the Nightrunner tools and select the one you require the most. The upgrade doesn’t come for free as it costs some of the same money, but it shouldn’t be much. Also, you don’t need any additional resources to upgrade. Upgrading night runner tools is critical with the military tech gear, but you can go along without doing it. These upgrades are meant to make fight situations a little better.
So this is all about how to get military tech gear in Dying Light 2.
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Last Updated on February 12, 2022
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