Players can find, purchase and even craft Immunity Boosters in Dying Light 2. Here’s everything players should know about the life-saving item.
In Dying Light 2, players can obtain an item called an Immunity Booster, and these items are used to help the player stop turning into a volatile zombie during nighttime in Dying Light 2. The way the system works is that during the night or in the dark areas, where players will have an Immunity bar. This bar determines how long a player can stay in the dark before turning into a zombie. In order to stop the countdown for the Immunity Bar, players will have to use their environment and items to keep the bar up.
One item that players can use is an Immunity Booster. This item will regenerate a large portion of the Immunity Bar in one shot. There are two types of Immunity Boosters when starting out in the Dying Light 2. They’re ranked by Rarity Level, Common, Uncommon, Rare, Unique, and Artifact. The two types of Immunity Boosters are Uncommon Immunity Booster and Unique Immunity Booster.
The Uncommon Immunity Booster starts with 35% Immunity Restoration, and the Unique Immunity Booster gives 80% Immunity Restoration. For the Uncommon Immunity Booster in Dying Light 2, there is a way to increase its Immunity Restoration through Blueprint Upgrades. Unlike the Unique Immunity Booster, players can buy the Uncommon Immunity Booster Blueprint from the Mastercraftsman Alberto or Vincenzo in the Bazaar.
How to Craft Immunity Boosters in Dying Light 2
A Blueprint will allow players to craft the Uncommon Immunity Booster and also gives it the ability to be upgraded at a Mastercraftsman Station. For the default Consumable Blueprint, players will need Chamomile and UV Shrooms to craft one. Chamomile and UV Shrooms can be found on Rooftop Gardens, and UV Shrooms can also be found underground, in the metro station and dark zones.
With the ability to craft Immunity Boosters with the Immunity Booster Consumable Blueprint, players can have an unlimited amount of Immunity Boosters as long as they have the materials to build them. Players can also buy Immunity Boosters from Dying Light 2’s Bazaar Merchants and Merchants scattered around Survivor and Peacekeeper Safe Zones. Most Merchants offer both the Uncommon Immunity Booster and Unique Immunity Booster. They can go for around 100 – 400 coins, and Merchants only sell about 2-4 of them, Max.
But, players can keep revisiting the Merchants when they restock to buy a constant supply of Immunity Boosters over time. One strategy is to fast travel using the Metro Stations to nearby Safe Zones and consistently refresh Merchant Inventory to stock up on Immunity Boosters.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is available for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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