Dying Light Strategy Guide and Walkthrough

Dying Light Strategy Guide and Walkthrough

Survive night pursuits and boss fights to help Kyle Crane survive a post apocalyptic Harran.

Dying Light Mission 7 Walkthrough: The Saviors - Survive the Ambush

At the end of the previous mission players were separated from their gear, which should now be back in their possession in order to tackle the tasks at hand. Gather up some guns, then head out for the objective marker and enjoy some time with the game's free running mechanics. We'd advise gamers to avoid shooting at this point, as noise will almost certainly cause a fight that's far too big for one person to handle.

After talking with a man named Cenk, head for the tunnels. These can be accessed by climbing up onto the top of the bridge, something that can be a bit challenging but shouldn't keep anyone stumped for too long. Once on top, head into the tunnel and to the waypoint in order to meet the smuggler.

Hint: Feel free to stay over at a Safe Zone of night falls before reaching the bridge. There's no point in messing with Virals and Volatiles right now .

After parting ways with the smuggler the path forward is fairly linear. It includes some swimming and climbing, but there's really only one way to go as long as the objective is always in mind. There will also be some zombies to deal with, including a Toad, but it's nothing that the odd rifle shot or melee attack can't deal with. For the most part we opted to simply free run past them until we were ambushed.

As it turns out, there is a lot of back stabbing going on in this game, and in this case players will have to deal with more of Rais' goons. Not to be confused with the zombie Goon, these ones are human and can be killed with a bullet to the brain. Stay in cover and pick them off one at a time, then keep moving forward until the objective is complete.

Hint: As a way to add insult to injury, steal all of guns from Crane's now dead foes.

The objective will soon update and require that players find Sector 0, which is really just a new way for the game to tell them to move forward and kill more things along the way. There will be at least four more thugs that were sent by Rais, but they aren't any different from the ones players just killed. With them down the path should be pretty much clear, just head forward until the objective is complete and the mission comes to an end.

Feel free to use the page numbers below to move on to the next chapter, or head back to our free Dying Light walkthrough to see a list of all the main story missions.

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