Dying Light 2 Guide — Story Quest Unruly Brother Walkthrough

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Dying Light 2 Guide — Story Quest Unruly Brother Walkthrough

How to get the Unruly Brother in Dying Light 2: tips and tricks, recommendations, boss battles, walkthrough and guide
Dying Light 2 Guide — Story Quest Unruly Brother Walkthrough
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Андрей Павленко
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3 февраля 2022

Unruly Brother in Dying Light 2

The mission follows Dying Light 2's "The Only Way Out" quest. The screen will display the first night quest "The Unruly Brother". If you have time, hold down the T key to instantly switch to night time. The task can only be completed then. If you do not have time, lie down to rest on any bed. There is a hideout next to the place where the plot marker sends you.


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Once inside, duck down and move past the zombies. There is a Newspaper Article – March 7, 2021” (commemorative souvenirs) on the counter at the end of the first floor. Go to the side room. Along the way, you can smash piles of strange stuff to collect crystals. Examine the corpse and pick up the radio. Sophie will say that this is not Barney. Hold the Q key to see red footprints on the floor. Follow them to the right and to the second floor. Kill the enemy and knock on the door. Finish off all the zombies, after which Barney will agree to let Aiden inside. Agree to help Barney find Birdie.


Go down to the first floor and inspect the bloody trail near the door. Marked with a marker. Go outside through the door, use the Survivor's Sense and cross to the other side of the street. Climb inside the building through the broken window, go up to the second floor and jump even higher. Find the Birdie. Chat with a guy. Nearby there is a container with inhibitors. Return to Sophie to find out about everything. Apparently, Barney is pleased with the death of Lucas, but is he to blame for his death? The task will be completed.