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Where to find Military Tech in Dying Light 2 - All Military Airdrops locations

Military Tech in Dying Light 2 Stay Human is one of the most important commodities. Here are all Military Airdrops locations where you can find Military Tech in Dying Light 2.
Where to find Military Tech in Dying Light 2 - All Military Airdrops locations
In Dying Light 2 Stay Human, advanced military technology might as well be considered ancient craftsmanship as the game is set almost 20 years after the infamous disaster with the Harran Virus which has resulted in a fall of civilisation as we know it.

That's exactly why Military Tech has such an important role in Dying Light 2, and also why it is so hard to find it.

Military Tech is essentially a material you'll use for upgrading your Nightrunner gear, such as your paraglider and grappling hook, and as such its value is insane and you will want to put your hands on as many Military Tech pieces as possible.

You will come across the first one rather early in the game, during one of the first missions with Hakon, when you'll stumble upon one in a crate you will open with the GRE key. That one you won't be able to use, as you will need to hand it over for the story reasons, but worry not, there's plenty more of them around Villedor.

Where to find Military Tech in Dying Light 2?

Where to find Military Tech in Dying Light 2 - All Military Airdrops locations
Finding Military Tech is crucial for upgrading your gear. (Picture: Techland)

Military Tech is some of the hardest-to-find resources in the game, but you will want to obtain it as much as possible, as it is necessary if you want to upgrade your gear.

Military Tech can be found in Military Airdrops, which are scattered all around the city and it is far from easy to access them.

The catch with Military Airdrops is that most of them are located atop some of the highest skyscrapers in the game, and thus you will need to put in a lot of work in order to access them.

Using the paraglider and the grappling hook is mandatory, and each location will also have some requirements you will need to fulfil if you even just want to try to reach them, such as the number of your stamina points, etc.

Military Airdrops are marked on your map with a supply drop icon (a white crate with a parachute), and you will be able to locate them with binoculars before venturing on a mission to collect them.

Where to find Military Tech in Dying Light 2 - All Military Airdrops locations
Military Airdrops are marked with a supply drop icon on the map. (Picture: Techland)

All Military Airdrops locations in Dying Light 2

Each Military Airdrops location has a crate on top of the roof, and inside you will find quite a few valuable items, and most importantly - the Military Tech!

Here's a list of Military Airdrops that we know about (there could be more!):

  • Military Airdrop THB-04B - Houndfield
  • Military Airdrop THB-17U - Horseshoe
  • Military Airdrop THB-22B - Horseshoe
  • Military Airdrop THB-R31 - Downtown
  • Military Airdrop THB-M30 - Downtown
  • Military Airdrop THB-1L0 - Downtown
  • Military Airdrop THB-FH3 - New Dawn Park
  • Military Airdrop THB-G3T - Garrison
  • Military Airdrop THB-NW4 - Garrison
  • Military Airdrop THB-UT0 - Garrison
  • Military Airdrop THB-1N4 - Saint Paul Island
  • Military Airdrop THB-V3P - Lower Dam Ayre
  • Military Airdrop THB-4UL - Lower Dam Ayre
  • Military Airdrop THB-7U3 - Newfound Land
  • 12x Sunken Airdrops - Newfound Land

As you progress through the game and unlock new areas, these Military Airdrops will be much harder to reach, with more complicated routes, harder obstacles, and tougher enemies. It will require better equipment, higher stamina, and of course, you will need to showcase your parkour skills and ability to spot the best way to reach the roof, where the worthy loot awaits you.

Here you can find out how to reach each Military Airdrop location.

 

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