How to Repair Weapons in Dying Light 2

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Dying Light 2 offers some highly enjoyable weapon choices for its player base. They can range from melee weapons to makeshift weapons that can still be very strong. Regardless of what weapon you’re playing Dying Light 2 with, it will still need a repair once it becomes worn out. A weapon is only good if it is useable therefore it is better to keep your weapons in top condition so you are always prepared for those pesky zombie hordes.

The only bad part about fighting the zombies for a prolonged time is that your precious weapon might perish midway. But how do you repair your weapons so such a fate does not befall them? Join us as we show you how to Repair Weapons in Dying Light 2.

Can You Repair Every Weapon In Dying Light 2?

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The repair mechanic might sound insanely broken at first but the harsh truth is that not all weapons can be repaired. This is especially true for the weapons you find early on. Only the Moddable weapons can be repaired.

So if you have a non-moddable weapon that you really like then you might want to be ready to part with it somewhere in the game. The easiest way to identify if your weapon can be modded is to look for little circles on the right of its icon.

Steps to Repair Weapons in Dying Light 2

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The number of Circles will be the deciding factor as to how many times a weapon can be modded so make sure you use them wisely. The steps to repairing, however, are extremely simple and easy to perform.

Here are all the steps you need to take in order to repair your weapons.

  • Open the Inventory and hover over the weapon.
  • Select Modify and choose a Mod.

While you begin to Mod your favorite weapon, there are some things that you should keep in mind. The right side of the interface will show you the amount of improvement a Mod will do to your weapon so make sure to choose the best.

Once you’ve filled up all the Mod slots, you will be unable to repair the weapon again and after a while, the weapon will inevitably break down. What do you think about this mechanic? Let us know in the comments below!

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