How to Get into Buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human

How to Get into Buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human

You’ll come across a metro rail station with three buses in its parking lot during the first story quest of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, Pilgrim’s Path. If you use your Survivor Sense in this area, you’ll notice two loot bags inside each of the three buses; however, you might be wondering how you’re supposed to get inside these buses to take the loot. If you are interested to get into buses in the game, here’s how to get into buses in Dying  Light 2 Stay Human.

How to Get into Buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human

How to Get into Buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human?

While most buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human are easy to get into because their doors and windows are broken (for instance, the bus in the lake just before you reach this metro rail station), these three are completely intact and have no doors, windows, or roof hatches that you can interact with.

The truth is that getting into these three buses is impossible, making the loot impossible to obtain. It appears to be a bug or glitch in which the developers copied a bus asset with two bags from another game, sealed all of the entrances, but forgot to remove the two loot bags.

How to Get into Buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human

So, while you’re not missing out on much by not being able to board these buses, this is the kind of thing that drives completionists insane.

All you have to do now is take a deep breath, walk away, and return to the main game. We guarantee that there are plenty of lootable buses in the city.

Well, that’s all we have here about how you can get into buses in Dying Light 2 Stay Human. We hope this guide helped you. You can also check out whether you can ride cars and trucks in Dying  Light  2.

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