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Dying Light 2 Blueprints Guide

Dying Light 2: Stay Human features a deep and robust crafting system. This Dying Light 2 Blueprints Guide will tell you how to unlock all of the Blueprints we’ve discovered on our journey and explains the functions and mechanics of each of the different Blueprints you can find.

This guide is focusing specifically on the crafting Blueprints that you can find and unlock that let you craft more items. We’re working on another guide for weapon upgrades and the likes. Check below for a list of all the Blueprints we’ve discovered and what they do.

Dying Light 2 Blueprints Guide

Blueprint NameBlueprint FunctionHow To Unlock
MedicineHealsStart of story
LockpickAllows you to pick locksStory progress
Throwing KnivesThrow to damage & interrupt enemiesStory progress
UV BarThrowable item that emits UV lightPurchase from Craftmaster
Endurance BoosterIncreases stamina temporarilyPurchase from Craftmaster
Fire ArrowsAdds fire damage to arrowsPurchase from Craftmaster
Immunity BoosterRestores substantial amount of immunityStory Progress
MolotovThrowable fire weaponStory Progress
DecoyAttracts infectedStory Progress
Regeneration BoosterRegens health over timeTake over Jack & Joe's Camp
ArrowsCraft ammunition for bowsStory Progress
BoomstickFirearm style weaponPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Remote C4Explosive you can detonate from rangePurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
MineExplodes when enemy comes into proximityPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Toughness BoosterDecreases damage takenPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Muscle BoosterIncreases melee damagePurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Poison Resistance BooksterIncreases resistance to poisonPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Fire Resistance BoosterIncreases fire resistancePurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Electricity Resistance BoosterIncreases resistance to electricityPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Lacerating ArrowsCauses enemies to suffer damage over timePurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Exploding ArrowsArrows that detonate on impactPurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
Shock ArrowsArrows that deal electricity damagePurchase from Craftmaster in The Center (or from Rank 3 onwards)
GRE DetectorDetects caches of GRE supplies & InhibitorsStory Progress
CrossbowIt's a crossbowLevel 4 Peacekeeper faction reward
Freeze BoltsAmmo for crossbowLevel 4 Peacekeeper faction reward
Lacerating BoltsAmmo for crossbowLevel 4 Peacekeeper faction reward
Stun BoltsAmmo for crossbowLevel 4 Peacekeeper faction reward
Impact BoltsAmmo for crossbowLevel 4 Peacekeeper faction reward
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