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In Dying Light 2 there are various small items that players must collect in order to be able to craft them. There are tons of these supplies that players can pick up throughout the game. We’ll go through general places to look for each item.
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All crafting parts and where to find them
- Spray can – Aerosol cans are used to craft burning and bleeding weapons. Players can find these in chests, containers, shops, and loot.
- alcohol – Alcohol is used to craft weapon mods and medkits. Players can find these in loot, refrigerators, shops, and purchase them from Quartermasters.
- batteries – Batteries are used to craft Electro-based weapon mods. They can be found in chests, containers, and shops.
- blade – Blades are used to craft bleeding weapon mods. They can be found in containers and shops.
- bolter weave – Bolter Webbing is a rare component that can be purchased from shops and looted from bolters.
- Bomber Kidney – The Bomber Kidney is used for a single blueprint during the Kidney Punch side quest. Players must do the side quest to collect one.
- chemicals – Chemicals are used to craft impact weapon mods and explosives. Players can find these in closets, loot, and shops.
- duct tape – Adhesive Tape is a very common item crafting ingredient used to combine items. These can be found in shops and yellow boxes.
- electronics – Electronics is a very rare crafting ingredient used to craft very rare blueprints. They can be found in cars, chests, containers, police limousines, and shops.
- Fluorescent mushrooms – Fluorescent Mushrooms are used to craft Freeze Weapons and Boosters. They can be found in grassy areas and shops.
- fuel – Fuel is mainly used to refuel the buggy and create super molotovs. It can be found in abandoned vehicles and gas pumps.
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- gauze – Gaze can be used to craft Flaming, Poisonous, and Bleeding weapon mods and medkits. Players can find gauze in first aid kits, ambulances, and shops.
- herb – Herbs are used to craft poisonous weapon mods and medkits. Players can find them near water and in shops.
- housewares – These supplies are used along with Trap Bombs to craft Flaming and Impact weapon mods. Players can obtain these from containers and shops.
- hunter gland – The Hunter’s Gland is used to create only one recipe. Players can only obtain this ingredient as a reward for winning a Be the Zombie multiplayer match.
- metal parts – Metal is used to repair and craft various items. Players can find them in chests, containers, loot, and shops. Alternatively, players can obtain these by dismantling metal weapons or quartermasters.
- nails – Nails are used to craft weapon mods, arrows, bolts, and shrapnel explosives. They can be found in chests, loot, shops, and yellow boxes. Alternatively, players can disassemble wooden weapons to obtain some.
- plastic – Plastic is used to craft electric weapon mods. They can be obtained from loot, shops, yellow crates, and quartermasters.
- power cord – Power Cables are used to craft Electric and Impact Weapon Mods. Players can obtain these from containers, loot, shops, and quartermasters.
- line – String is used to craft weapon upgrades and thrown weapons. They can be found in loot, containers, shops, trash cans, and quartermasters.
- tin can – Tin cans are used to craft throwing weapons. They can be found in containers, loot, shops, and from quartermasters.
- Poisonous Lichen – Poisonous Lichen can be used to craft Poisonous Weapons and Boosters. They can be found on rocks, cliffs, and in shops.
- underwater algae – Algae are used to craft poisonous weapon mods and consumables. Players can get them in stores and underwater.
- poison gland – Poison glands are extremely rare and are only used in a single blueprint. Still, players can make them drop from toads.
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