Dying Light 2 Grappling Hook

The Dying Light 2 grappling hook is a special tool that you can find in the game. It gives you an extra level of traversal mobility, and is just fun to use. And best of all, it’s not even super-difficult to find. You just have to trek far enough through the game before you get to unlock it. So, let’s explain how to get and use the grappling hook in DL2, shall we?

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Dying Light 2 Grappling Hook

How to Get Grappling Hook in Dying Light 2

To get the grappling hook in Dying Light 2, you have to play through the main story missions until you reach the mission called “Broadcast.” Midway through this quest, you’ll find the new tool to get around. Mind you, it’s not even hidden somewhere in the mission, requiring you to explore and find it. No; one of the quest steps will lead you straight to the thing. Just follow the quest marker. At one point, you’ll pry open the doors of a defunct elevator, then climb through the hatch in the roof. From there, the marker takes you onto a beam above the elevator. The grappling hook is stuck in a yellow part of the wall, you absolutely cannot miss it.

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So, that’s how you get the grappling hook in Dying Light 2. The game will immediately teach you how to use it, but here’s the quick rundown. First off, you need to equip it in the inventory from the Accessories tab. When it’s equipped, a reticule will appear on every surface that you can fire and attach it to. The best route will, as always, be marked in yellow. All you need to do is fire the thing using the appropriate button. The game will tell you which button that is; on PC, it’s Alt. You might need a little practice to get the hang of it, but you’ll get it down to a science soon enough. It adds a cool extra dimension to the game’s already fun parkour, so enjoy yourself!

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