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  • How to get XPs from drop packages on quarantine zones?

    Hey, so I found out that you can farm XP from the quarantines that have Disaster Onsite Relief Packages on them.
    On that topic, I have some questions:
    1. ​​​​​​​Am I correct when I say all you need to do is get in the quarantine, get the packages, leave, drop them for the quartermaster, come back, and repeat? or do I need to quit the game for it to work?
    2. Presumably it seems like the quarantine zones respawn after you've cleared them, so you can repeat # 1 forever, is that correct?

    5. Do challenges (killing and running around the city) work the same? so I can just repeat them forever?
    4. Would that be cheating? or is it patched now? or just an easy way of getting XP?
    5. If all that I said was correct: I just tested on sunnys apartments - cleared the zone, left, got the XP, but as soon as I came back to the slums the zone disappeared! Do I need to like wait a game day for it to respawn or that XP farming method only works on uncleared zones/stuffed turtle?
    Thank you!!



    Last edited by raafael23; 03-23-2017, 01:03 PM.

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    Hello Raafael, so when in quarantine zones, the main purpose is to gather all of the 'Disaster Onsite Relief Packages', usually there will be five of them. For your question, yes you can farm EXP for your Survivor rank from these packages, no matter if you finish them or just leave, as soon as you pick up a package, it's yours. For example if I were to go into the 'Stuffed Turtle" quarantine zone, I could collect all five of the packages, finish the zone, walk out of the building, and then just reenter and repeat the whole process again. In saying this however, even if you leave mid mission, you will still have the packages you have already collected, so say I have collected three of the packages, but then I need to suddenly leave, or because you're only farming those three specific packages, then midway through the mission, you can leave the building, and you will still have those three packages. Using this method, you can enter, get the packages, leave, reenter, get the packages, leave etc. and you will eventually gain massive amount of EXP for your Survivor rank. I hope this helps, have fun playing Dying Light my friend! Good night, and good luck!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by EconomicClub View Post
      Hello Raafael, so when in quarantine zones, the main purpose is to gather all of the 'Disaster Onsite Relief Packages', usually there will be five of them. For your question, yes you can farm EXP for your Survivor rank from these packages, no matter if you finish them or just leave, as soon as you pick up a package, it's yours. For example if I were to go into the 'Stuffed Turtle" quarantine zone, I could collect all five of the packages, finish the zone, walk out of the building, and then just reenter and repeat the whole process again. In saying this however, even if you leave mid mission, you will still have the packages you have already collected, so say I have collected three of the packages, but then I need to suddenly leave, or because you're only farming those three specific packages, then midway through the mission, you can leave the building, and you will still have those three packages. Using this method, you can enter, get the packages, leave, reenter, get the packages, leave etc. and you will eventually gain massive amount of EXP for your Survivor rank. I hope this helps, have fun playing Dying Light my friend! Good night, and good luck!
      Hey EconomicClub, as always your answer is so good!!!!!!!! I wish everybody was like you on the internet! haha I might just ask your email so I never need to use dying light forums again
      I edited the post with some new questions, could you answer them please?
      I hope you saw my reply on the other post you helped me a while ago, as well

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      • #4
        No worries man! Sorry I haven't been online for a while, but sure thing I'll answer your questions! I hope you haven't stopped using this forum, or playing Dying Light.

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