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Dying Light recieved a weapon patch from Techland, Gamers work around it

   

Previously in Dying Light, players had the ability to replicate weapons to their liking and then cash out in sales. Techland has since patched this method, but it appears players have found ways around this patch. The following youtube video (as well as directions) explain how this is done....


Requirements:
Grappling Hook
Ultimate Combatant Power Level 24 Skill
Flat vertical wall or surface without any ridges
Steps 
1. Find any flat surface or wall where you can grapple but not hang on.
2. Move your hook reticle/crosshair upwards up to half or less of the maximum grappling distance. This is just for safety purposes so you don’t die upon hitting the ground.
3. Grapple up then right after the grappling animation ends, press the Attack button (R2 on PS4) while falling down. You should see your equipped weapon being thrown away.
4. Use the grappling hook button again anywhere. There should be an extra hovering weapon in your screen.
5. To collect the duplicated weapons, grapple towards any surface you can’t latch on. This works well on liquid surfaces as you only have a few seconds to pick up the items.
 
Notes:
1. Your game will glitch out after using the grappling with the extra hovering weapon. Take a nap or go to a new map to release it.
2. The items disappear quickly so a maxed out power level helps out.
3. Your co-op buddies can’t pick up your duplicated items.
4. This should also theoretically work on the Xbox One and PC.
5. You can throw away any weapon you have including guns AND use them as a projectile. It’s a beautiful sight when a zombie’s face gets smashed in with your rifle.
6. Finally, the best thing about this glitch, you can now wield Mjolnir and be the god of thunder

NOTE: This video is PS4 footage of the game, but it is said that this method works on all consoles.
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