If you are farming for loot in Dying Light 2, Airdrops are the best way to go. The Sunken Airdrops is said to be the gold mine for valuable items, and it’s worth looting. But it’s not going to be easy. So this article will guide you on where to find the Sunken Airdrops in Dying Light 2.
It has been a couple of weeks now since the Dying Light 2 game has been released. And we were very excited to play it from the launch day itself. This game is a follow-up to the original 2015 Dying Light game, which once again merges the infected and parkour along with a new stealth element that is added to their current installment.
It is set in the European city of Villedor and you have to play as Aiden Caldwell, a pilgrim. The game is always known for its smooth parkour movements and responsive environments. Throughout the journey, you will be encountering a lot of factions that are trying to take over the fallen city. The choices that you make in-game will determine how the story will shape throughout the campaign.
So one of the biggest actions that you will be taking in the game is draining the water out of the Dam (depending upon the choices you make earlier). Once you do that, you will have a completely new district to explore, fight ghouls and loot the airdrops. And if you don’t, you have to look for the airdrops by exploring the area underwater.
But whatever choices you make, this area has the best drop in the entire game! So make sure that it is kept as one of your top priority lists when searching for airdrops to loot. The Sunken Airdrops are scattered throughout the flooded building. It is time-consuming and frustrating to locate, but the loot is worth it.
Where to find Sunken Airdrop Locations
The image shows all the Sunken Airdrop locations. These airdrops can be found in the South of Newfound Lost Lands. These airdrops will be here regardless you have drained the water out or not. If you have drained it out, then the full district will be infested with a new type of infected known as the Drowners.
These Drowners are extremely dangerous, fast and explode when you get close to them, thus cause a lot of damage to the player as well. And if you have chosen not to drain out the water, then you would have to lockpick each and every airdrop underwater, but the problem is Aiden will not be having so much of stamina and health to do so. Draining out the water is the best option in order to look the Sunken Airdrops.
I recommend you to first unlock the night runner hideouts in the north and the western parts of the Newfound Lost Lands. Also don’t forget to liberate the GRE radio tower because doing that will show you the locations of the inhibitor containers. The airdrop locations are marked with a small white box and parachute icon.
Make sure you carry enough lockpicks as you would have to lockpick each and every airdrop. Doing underwater with low stamina is extremely difficult and frustrating, and to prevent drowning, just get back to the surface for air until your stamina bar is refilled.
So this was all about where to find Sunken Airdrops in Dying Light 2.
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Last Updated on February 17, 2022
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