Curtis Safe Key Dead Island 2

If you don’t know where to find the location of the Curtis safe key in Dead Island 2, don’t worry, we’re here to help. Fact of the matter is, you can’t just come across the key by randomly searching around. At least, not as far as we know. Rather, you need to hunt down a very specific enemy. How does that all work? Allow me to explain.

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dead island 2 curtis safe key location
Dead Island 2 Curtis Safe Key Location

Where to Find Curtis Safe Key in Dead Island 2

To find the location of the Curtis safe key in Dead Island 2, you need to progress far enough through the game until a named Screamer enemy appears near Curtis’s mansion. For us, it happened after we reached level twelve, but you should probably start checking the map around level ten. What you’re looking for is a Slayer icon that tells you there’s a Screamer hot spot somewhere around the mansion, as shown in the screenshots below. Once you get there, you’re looking for a named Screamer. In our case, the zombie was called Crystal the Lawyer. I don’t know whether the name is going to be the same for you, but I assume it will. Either way, just hunt the named monster.

And there you have it, that’s how you find the Curtis safe key location in Dead Island 2. Just kill that named Screamer that will eventually spawn near Curtis’s mansion. They should drop the key. All that’s left to do afterwards is go back down to the safe and open it. Collect the goodies and be on your way. The only catch here really is leveling your character up until the Screamer hot spot decides to appear, as well as Crystal the Lawyer (or whatever their name ends up being in your case). Once more for the cheap seats in the back: for us, the hot spot and Crystal spawned when we were level twelve, but it might happen a bit earlier for you, so keep checking from level ten.

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