- If XP is a commodity you would need tons of, we're about to show you how to score big time with a glitch that many Dying Light players spotted.
- Traveling to a certain spot on the map and having your Far Jump skill is all you need in order to get double parkour XP, even more, if you do it at night.
- Starting a chase will further increase the amount of XP you get but will also put you in some pretty dangerous situations, so make sure you are fully prepared.
Remember when we told you about the annoying bug that didn’t allow players to receive any skill points in Dying Light 2?
Well, now we’re back to tell you about a glitch you can exploit in order to receive double parkour XP while playing your new favorite game.
The game actually rewards players with both combat and parkour XP for simply playing through it, which is both fun and productive.
Helpful as that could be, with various ways to gain parkour XP quickly, this method called “the glitch” is the best one yet.
Gamers that discovered the parkour XP glitch say it allows anyone to level up their free-running skills in the game quickly and safely, and it’s possibly not even a glitch.
It’s no secret that unlocking skills such as sprinting or sliding in Dying Light 2 can take a long time. Thus, using this recent method can save you a lot of time, and it’s also fun, but a bit boring.
Without any further ado, let’s get right into it and find out how you too can become a parkour master of Dying Light 2 faster than you can say zombie.
How can I get double parkour XP in Dying Light 2?
Before we start, know that there are some prerequisites for achieving this goal, so keep that in mind prior to making any plans.
However, you don’t need end content gear or skills to succeed, just one skill that will be the cornerstone of the entire process.
We’re talking about the Far Jump skill, which costs 120 stamina to use, and it will take you soaring from one rooftop to another while in Villedor.
Keep in mind that this Dying Light 2 XP glitch can be used in a specific location to quickly farm XP by repeating simple parkour moves multiple times, especially at night.
When you have the above-mentioned skill, you are going to have to travel to the Horseshoe district for the next part of the plan.
Head to a certain rooftop on the west side of Horseshoe next to the border with Old Villedor and use Far Jump to go between rooftops multiple times, which will earn XP at an accelerated rate.
Basically, the idea is that there are two rooftops with multiple trees and some metal scaffolding covered in yellow plastic between them.
All you have to do is use Far Jump to leap from one rooftop to the other, action that will earn you an astounding amount of XP.
But wait, there’s more. There’s actually a way to multiply these gains even more if you’re not scared of the dark and all creatures that come with it.
If you keep doing this at night when the rewards are higher, you will be done with your grind even faster. However, nighttime is a lot more dangerous than mid-day, so keep that in mind.
You can even start a chase if you see a Howler and you’re brave enough. Performing these long jumps during a chase will earn you even more XP.
That being said, we recommend you get some good gear and some serious regen if you are going to attempt that.
PlayStation players can also use some help when it comes to errors, especially if they have to deal with CE-34878-0, and we’re here to assist with that as well.
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