Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops, Get Fenrir's Howl Shotgun

Not sure how to get the Fenrir’s Howl Shotgun in Dead Island 2? We got all the information that you need! After more than a decade, the launch day for Dead Island 2 is finally here. And to celebrate this tremendous achievement, publisher Deep Silver has set up Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops to reward players for their patience. Here’s how to connect your Prism Ray Online Services and Twitch accounts.

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Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops, Get Fenrir's Howl Shotgun
Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops

How to Get Get Fenrir’s Howl Shotgun with Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops

To celebrate the game’s launch, Dead Island 2 developers Dambuster Studios and publisher Deep Silver are setting up more than three weeks of Dead Island 2 Twitch Drops. Starting from April 21st all the way through May 17th, anyone who streams Dead Island 2 on Twitch will have drops enabled by default. And the loot is the Fenrir’s Howl Shotgun! So, what do you need to do in order to claim this awesome weapon for free? It’s a rather simple process. Just follow the steps below:

  • Open Twitch and make sure that you’re logged in with your account.
  • Link your PROS and Twitch accounts before watching the streams. To connect them, do this:
    • OPen Twitch and sign in or create an account.
    • On Twitch, head to Profile -> Settings -> Connections -> and then scroll down to Other Connections.
    • Find Prism Ray Online Services and click the big “Connect” button.
  • When you ensure your account is properly set up, watch any stream from the Dead Island 2 category for at least 20 minutes.
  • Claim your loot from the Drops & Rewards Inventory on Twitch.
  • Turn on the game, and your Fenrir’s Howl Shotgun should be there!

And that’s about all you need to know. The condition is fairly short, but what’s even better, you don’t need to do it in one go. If you would like, you can watch a streamer for 10 minutes and then another streamer for another 10 minutes. It will count! With that said, our guide is completed.

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