One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A very true saying when it comes to the game as well. Even if the modern world is full of trash but at Old Villedor, trash is a treasure. So to help you with this, we have created this guide on what are the items that are safe to sell in Dying Light 2.
The second edition of Techland’s already famous Dying Light 2 is already out, and we are having a great time playing the game from the release date itself. Despite facing a lot of criticism relating to startup and low performance on the release date, the game managed to have over 150K players online at launch on Steam.
Dying light 2 is known for its parkour movements along with a combination of slides and jumps from one point to the other. It takes in the post-apocalyptic city overrun by Zombies and bandits and much like its prequel, you would have to fight, dodge, slash the enemies to complete the missions and the objectives.
Now when it comes to making some cash from scavenging loot it sometimes becomes very confusing as there is so much loot to plunder, that it is extremely difficult to keep a track of what is actually important and what can be safely traded to a merchant. So this blog would guide you what are the items are there that are safe to sell in Dying Light 2.
What items are safe to sell
So these are the following items that can be safely traded with a merchant.
- Items marked as Valuable in your inventory under the goods tab
- The extra outfit pieces that you won’t be using
- The extra weapons (both damaged and low level) weapons
It is tempting to hold all your gun collections and potion and oils collection, but as we already mentioned here, that the city of Villedor is extremely expensive. So you have to trade your low-level, expensive gear to upgrade and progress in the game further.
Also, please do make a note that there is no option in the main storyline to exchange your weapon or a valuable item in your inventory to get a different weapon or item in a quest.
Whenever you are on your daily round visit to the trader makes sure you cash in all the GRE Rations, morphine, smartphones, shoes and the other luxuries that you will never need. Also, make sure that you regularly sell off the junk low-level weapons and outfit pieces when you visit the shopkeepers in the city.
If you want to earn more money, you can sell off the rare items that you find. Collect as much money as you can in the game. Farm and grind as much as possible because you can buy superb stuff from the shops in the game.
Remember to liquidate your unused valuables from your inventory to get rich quick and easily. So this concludes our guide on what items are safe to sell in Dying Light 2.
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Last Updated on February 8, 2022
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