Dying Light 2: How to change clothes and get more outfits
Dying Light 2 can be to kill the swarms of infected and try to bring together the remaining survivors in this post-apocalyptic world, but that does not mean that fashion should not be at the forefront of your mind for the protagonist Aiden. In this guide, we will explain How to change clothes in Dying Light 2 and how to get more sets, so you can make sure you always see the best possible.
Change clothes in Dying Light 2
To change clothes in Dying Light 2, press the Touch Panel on PS4 / PS5 or the menu button on Xbox One / Series X | S and then go to the “Inventory” screen.
Here, you will have many different spaces around your character in the center of the screen. Each slot represents a part of the body where the equipment can be equipped.
For example, the one we have selected in the screenshot here is for the ‘body’ or torso.
- Select the box for which you want to change the equipped equipment / clothing and then press X / A.
Now you will be shown all the clothes you have to be equipped in that slot. Highlight that you want with the cursor on the screen and press X / A again to confirm your choice.
It is worth noting that changing clothes not only changes what your character is wearing, but some elements also grant improvements to certain characters statistics, making them more suitable for different styles of play. For example, Quarterback Jersey is perfect for the game style ‘Tank’ for those who like to know closely to those infected.
How to get more outfits
To get more clothes at Dying Light 2, you should look up in the garbage around the world. Most of the time you will find clothes and other pieces of equipment such as hats, gloves, orthopedic appliances and container shoes around the open world.
There are no specific containers that you need to look for here, but in general, if you see something you can look for or an element with which you can interact, it is always worth reviewing it and seeing what can unearth.
Note that the highest level equipment is usually found in areas such as GRE anomaly areas, GRE installations, convoys and other areas that are generally dangerous and / or require you to visit at night.
You can also buy more clothing in Dying Light 2 by visiting one of the merchants in any of the survivor centers spread around the world. However, these cost enough money from the Old World, so be sure to have the money to spend before going to navigate.
That’s all you need to know about How to change clothes and get more sets in Dying Light 2 . To get more tips, tricks and guides, go to our wiki or see more of our coverage about the game below.
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