How to Unlock Hunted Outfit in Dying Light
Besides the new types of enemies and a brand new military rifle, the latest content drop for Dying Light introduced a new character outfit -- the Hunted Outfit. It is similar to the Urban Explorer Outfit, so if you like that style, then you should get this one as well.
However, getting the new outfit is not that easy. It will take you some time before you can put it on your character. But if you're having trouble, just follow the steps listed below, and you will have it for sure.
How to Get Hunted Outfit in Dying Light
Step 1: Collect Requisition Packs
First, you need to get to the Old Town from the slums using the sewers system. Then, head straight to the north-western part of the town where the Quartermaster is located. Go up the stairs and approach the bounty board.
Among all the bounties in the selector choose the special one -- Knowing Your Enemy. As a reward it will indicate the Hunted Outfit, which is the one you’re looking for. Accept the bounty and finish the given task of collecting 50 Requisition Packs.
The only way to get these packs is to kill and loot the bodies of the new type of human enemies that have been introduced in the latest DLC. They are extremely strong, so to defeat them you'll need a weapon like the Harran Rifle.
Step 2: Claim Your Hunted Outfit
Now your job is to find the enemies in the north-eastern part of the Old Town. You will see them on the roofs of the buildings and inside the buildings. They wear black outfits; they are well-armed and extremely dangerous.
Each enemy will drop one pack, so you need to kill 50 of them to get all the required packs. If you can’t find enough enemies, just return later and they will respawn. The whole thing should take you about three to four hours.
Finally, when you have all the packs on you, go back to the Quartermaster and claim your Hunted Outfit.
That wraps up this guide! Enjoy your new outfit. If you need further help with the game, check out our other Dying Light guides at GameSkinny for even more tips and how-tos: