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How To Complete Perimeter Breakout Rattlesnake Springs The Escapists 2

How To Complete Perimeter Breakout Rattlesnake Springs The Escapists 2
Rattlesnake Springs is one of the most challenging prisons so far and with it, another exciting multiplayer Perimeter Breakout. This guide will tell you How To Complete Perimeter Breakout Rattlesnake Springs The Escapists 2 so you and your buddy can hit the road and be rid of that place in under 5 minutes!

How To Complete Perimeter Breakout Rattlesnake Springs The Escapists 2

How To Complete Perimeter Breakout Rattlesnake Springs The Escapists 2
This one is incredibly easy and fast with a friend. Wait until 07:00 Job Time. Make sure you are in the job area waiting. As soon as you get the check mark, both of you head towards the mine entrance shown above. Head down. Once you’re down check the Desk for a Pickaxe then travel South East. Clear two lumps of soil, and then go North East. Clear two more lumps of soil and the simply run out of the exit at the end.

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This ends the Rattlesnake Springs level quickly, easily and without breaking a sweat.

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.
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