State of Decay 2 Vehicle Modification & Customization - How to Upgrade

Vehicle modification and upgrading is a thing you can do in State of Decay 2. Upgrading cars, vans, and trucks in State of Decay 2 turns normal vehicles into killing machines decked out for the Apocalypse. As you can imagine, upgraded cars are pretty useful to have, to say the least. That being the case, let’s see how to upgrade and modify vehicles in State of Decay 2.

State of Decay 2 Vehicle Modification & Customization - How to Upgrade
State of Decay 2 Vehicle Modification & Customization – How to Upgrade

How to Upgrade Vehicles in State of Decay 2?

In order to upgrade vehicles in State of Decay 2, you’re going to need a Vehicle Upgrade Kit. Before that though, there are some things to know. First off, the car has to be in the Parking area of your outpost. Second, you’re going to want to have somebody in your base that’s good at automechanics. Not only is that really useful in general, but it is pretty much necessary for upgrading, as we’ll see in a bit. Lastly, you’re going to want to build an Auto Shop facility in your outpost.

Where to Find State of Decay 2 Vehicle Upgrade Kits?

You’ll be able to find Vehicle Upgrade Kits In State of Decay 2 at some traders out in the open world. However, these are going to be pretty few and far between. Instead, your most reliable source of Vehicle Upgrade Kits will be your engineer that’s specialized in automechanics working in the Auto Shop. That’s why we’ve mentioned the two in the previous section. So, in short, your best bet to get Vehicle Upgrade Kits in State of Decay 2 will be crafting.

how to upgrade vehicles in state of decay 2

Once you manage to craft a Vehicle Upgrade kit, make sure that you have the vehicle that you want to upgrade parked in the Parking area of your outpost. Then, use the kit to turn your ordinary car into a total beast of the Apocalypse. Choose carefully, though, since, again, Vehicle Upgrade kits are hard to come by.

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