Have you gotten your hands on a fantastic zombie-slashing axe? Here’s how to keep it in good shape.
Do you have any questions on how to repair weapons in Dying Light 2? Nothing lasts forever, and your arsenal in Villedor is no exception. The game features a unique technique of dealing with weapon repairs and durability that you aren’t told about.
Because no one wants to be trapped in a zombie den with only their bare hands, here’s all you need to know about the Dying Light 2 weapon repair system.
Can you repair weapons in Dying Light 2?
Yes, you certainly can. You will, however, need to put in a few hours of game time to get to this position. As a result, if you’re a newbie, you’ll have little choice but to use weapons until their durability metre runs out. After that, simply dispose of them or sell them to a merchant.
This certainly goes without saying, but it also means that you should always bring any weapons with you when you go out. There are plenty of good zombie-smashing things strewn about Villedor’s streets and ruins, but don’t try your luck.
How to repair weapons using mods
Weapon modifications can be used to fix firearms in Dying Light 2. If the weapon has three modification slots, each mod restores 50 durability points, resulting in a total of +150 durability. It’s worth noting that after all of the slots are occupied, you won’t be able to add another mod, therefore your weapon will eventually shatter. These modifications just postpone the inevitable.
A specific modification blueprint exists to further reduce a weapon’s durability loss: Reinforcement. At the maximum upgrade level, this grip mod reduces durability loss by 100%, according to the description. Unfortunately, it appears that weapons equipped with this mod will decrease durability in some way. It simply slows down the process.
You can also get the Korek Charm(opens in new tab) blueprint, which gives any weapon +500 durability. To get it, you’ll have to jump through a few hoops—or in this case, windows—but it’s a valuable addition to your toolset.
Hover over the weapons in your inventory to apply a modification blueprint. To access the customization menu, press C. The blueprints must be purchased from Craftmasters, however, the mods can be equipped independently.
Dying Light 2 repair weapon tips
Here are a few more things to consider before you begin fixing your weapons:
- The repair system restores weapon durability but does not extend the weapon’s life span. As a result, it’s a good idea to start with a good weapon that doesn’t require any mods. It’s time to install the first alteration after it’s lost at least 50 durability points.
- Repairing a weapon should be avoided at all costs, especially in the early game. The quality of your weapons will improve as you level up. Installing a weapon mod might not be worth it.
- The ongoing durability loss while the max-upgraded Reinforcement remains in place may be a mistake. Patch notes should be kept in mind.