How to Claim The Hussar in Dying Light 2

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Dying Light 2 is finally out now and with its release comes a host of goodies for players. Besides the standard pre-order and edition bonuses there are some other goodies players can grab through the Techland website. One of these goodies is The Hussar 17th Century saber. To learn how to how to claim The Hussar in Dying Light 2 see the guide below.

How to Claim The Hussar

Image showing The Hussar reward for Dying Light 2.
The Hussar in Dying Light 2.

To claim The Hussar make your way to Login to the site and ensure you’ve linked your TechlandGG account to your console/platform of choice through the Account Summary. Once you are logged in you will go to the dashboard. On the front page of the dashboard you will see a revolving carousel of featured posts. In this carousel is The Hussar. Claim it by pressing the Claim button.

If you can’t find the item claim in on the dashboard you can claim it through the Rewards page. On this page you will see any items you currently have available and what ones are upcoming. Earn XP to unlock the upcoming items.

Where to Find The Hussar In-Game

Once you’ve claimed your reward you need to wait for it to land in-game. This can take a bit of time depending on how much demand is going through the service. Regardless, when it does land, you will find the in-game rewards in the player’s Stash under the Extras tab. Then follow these steps:

  1. Claim Miscellaneous Techland code.
  2. Go back to inventory.
  3. In Aiden’s Stash is the Hussar.

That’s all you need to know to snag The Hussar weapon for yourself in Dying Light 2. Getting the weapon is easy, but does require giving some data over to Techland. Once you are in the ecosystem you will gain access to a large amount of rewards slated to release over the course of the game’s life.

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