Dying Light 2's inhibitors play a major role in upgrading Aiden's health and stamina, making them one of the items you'll want to prioritize getting over the course of your playthrough.
As you begin to explore higher-rank areas, having better gear isn't enough. Enemies hit harder and the parkour puzzles you need to complete drain more of your stamina. Tracking down Dying Light 2's inhibitors isn't necessarily difficult but getting them won't always be easy.
How to find Inhibitors in Dying Light 2
To put it bluntly, Dying Light 2's inhibitors are the only way through which you can upgrade Aiden's health and stamina. Upgrading the former makes you more resistant and also lets you unlock more skills in the Combat tree.
Upgrading the latter lets you chain together more attacks and pull off more parkour moves before Aiden runs out of breath, while opening up more skills in the Parkour tree.
You will obtain a fair few Dying Light 2 inhibitors after completing certain main missions but, if you want to be on top of your game, you'll want to go beyond just those.
The most reliable source for inhibitors are activities like GRE anomalies and GRE quarantine buildings.
Both are available during nighttime, the former being more straightforward, since it involves a boss fight against a Revenant and a few regular infected. Once you defeat the big bad, you can loot inhibitors from a nearby trailer.
GRE quarantine buildings are populated with lots of regular infected and stretch across multiple floors. You'll have to stealthily navigate their rooms or kill the infected inside, then open a special door to get access to a box of Dying Light 2 inhibitors.
You can also find the items in certain Military airdrop boxes and, on occasion, while roaming around the world. Your GRE key informs you when you're approaching an inhibitor while also showing how far it is from your current location.
Later in the game, you can activate GRE Radio Towers to enable your GRE Detector to spot inhibitors across a wider area.
You'll need three of them to push up your health and stamina by one level and can keep track of how many you have at the bottom of the Skills screen.
Furthermore, upgrading health and stamina also increases your immunity, allowing you to spend more time in dark areas before you have to look for a source of light or use items like UV shrooms.
With Dying Light 2 inhibitors now covered, also check out our guides on map size and repairing weapons.
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