Modifying or repairing your equipment is pretty expensive with Dying Light 2 weapons. But if you have higher quality resources this ensures that your weapons will last longer. The weapons normally have 3 dots(stages) of repairing.
Dying Light 2 Weapons Repairing
Initially, you have all your weapons unmodified but as the durability starts to go down slowly, you will need to add your modifications. A quick repair way is to just click on the weapon and repair the suggested modification.
Certain rarities of weapons throughout the game will have different modification slots or sockets. Generally, the weapons of rare which are blue color or the unique weapons which are purple color will have a tip and shaft socket. While artifact weapons which are a yellow gold color will also have a grip socket.
Some weapons have no sockets at all and this is usually compensated by them having higher durability. All weapons will have a charm socket. It is a cosmetic slot where you attach a sort of keychain charm to the weapon. It is not possible to change or replace a mod, once it is applied.
The weapon’s durability is very important which would generally be higher on high rarity weapons and if it falls to 0 your weapon will break. Repairing is an option but it isn’t exactly repeatable. Hence if you want your favorite weapon to last long, you will need to do a certain trick.
Dying Light 2 weapon mods themselves are blueprints that can be bought from various shops around the open world for money. They can be upgraded much like any other blueprint that you have. There may be more mods in the game throughout the game but vendor mods can be bought easily at shops. For the tip and shaft socket, you will get an option of different elemental effects that are activated on critical hits. These are called Crit mods. Another mod called a Power mod can be charged by hitting enemies and launched using a power attack.
However, certain fire mods are potent in combat and others are quite distracting. Viewers also complained that any of the fire mods make a constant hissing gas noise while being held or attacking which over time became annoying. Dying Light 2 mods that have the shock effect work very strong in combat. Both stunning and causing every damage around the target. It also includes blast elemental mod effects like the fling mod, which turns out to be great when players are at ledges or rooftops. The blast mods are also nice because you can save the effects of the mod. Then, manually activate it when you have the perfect setup for combat. Some extended mods like reinforcement mods help to reduce the durability cost per weapon.
In conclusion, there are many different weapon mods namely Crit Mod, Power Mod, and Blast Mod. And, you can repair your weapons when they lose the shine! For more articles on Dying Light 2, stay tuned to Androidgram!