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How To Complete Regain Control In The Escapists 2

How To Complete Regain Control In The Escapists 2
Air Force Con is a mobile transporter that’s taking you to your next location, or is it? This guide will tell you How To Complete Regain Control In The Escapists 2 so you can get out of this plane before it reaches its destination, grab yourself a key and another complete objective to check off your list.

How To Complete Regain Control In The Escapists 2

This is another very simple mission objective, but it is multiplayer only. Very much like the objective on the runaway train, it’s more of a combat objective than anything. When you start, make sure you both get weapons. Either beat down guards or search a few desks. It’s also a good idea to either grab guard uniforms or find some bleach and dye your clothes into medical uniforms so you can avoid most of the combat.

Head to the very tip of the plane on the 3rd Floor, the cockpit. You need to take down all 3 of the guards in the room so it’s empty and have both you and your friend inside the cockpit at the same time. Hit the center console to escape.

The next special escape objective in The Escapists 2 is Rock-Hammer Hard Place. This guide will tell you How To Complete Rock-Hammer Hard Place In The Escapists 2 so you can flee this frozen tundra hell and escape into the great wilderness beyond.
Air Force Con is a mobile transporter that's taking you to your next location, or is it? This guide will tell you How To Complete Regain Control In The Escapists 2 so you can get out of this plane before it reaches its destination, grab yourself a key and another complete objective to check off your list.
The Air Force Con is another timed escape that sees you stranded aboard a prison plane. This guide will tell you How To Complete Plane Crazy In The Escapists 2, which is a special escape objective that rewards you with a completion mark and an additional key to unlock future levels.

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