How to Get Different Motorcycle Skins in Days Gone

In Days Gone you spend a ton of time on your motorcycle. As you spend time riding around you probably want to make your motorcycle look a bit more unique. This is where skins come into play. Below I will show you how to get different motorcycle skins in Days Gone. Guide Status: Updating.

Note: Custom accents can be applied at the mechanic under Paint > Decals > Custom Accents.



Racer Custom Accent

Racer Custom Accents

This skin is automatically unlocked when you meet Manny in the Copeland Encampment.

Horde Custom Accent

Horde

The Horde skin came with the Deluxe Edition of Days Gone.

Runner Custom Accent

Runner skin in Days Gone.

The Runner skin came with the Deluxe Edition of Days Gone.



Broken Road Custom Accent

Broken Road skin Days Gone.

The Broken Road skin came with the Deluxe Edition of Days Gone.

Copelands Encampment Custom Accent

Copelands Encampment Custom Accent in Days Gone.

To unlock the Copelands Encampment custom accent you need to complete 67% of the Gear Up For the Ride storyline. This involves beating four missions: Bad Way to Go Out, Drifters on the Mountain, No Starving Patriots, and Drugged Outta His Mind. Upon completion of Drugged Outta His Mind you will receive the custom accent.

Hot Springs Encampment Custom Accent

Hot Springs Encampment Custom Accent

To unlock the Hot Springs Encampment custom accent you need to complete 83% of the Gear Up For the Ride storyline. This involves beating five missions: Bad Way to Go Out, Drifters on the Mountain, No Starving Patriots, Drugged Outta His Mind, and Everyone Has to Work. Upon completion of Everyone Has to Work you will receive the custom accent.

Gear Up For The Ride Custom Accent

Gear Up For The Ride Custom Accent

This custom accent is unlocked by completing the entire Gear Up For The Ride storyline. At the end of the storyline you will receive this custom accent for your bike at the mechanics.

Chasing Leon Custom Accent

Chasing Leon Custom Accent in Days Gone.

To unlock the Chasing Leon custom accent you need to complete 100% of the Chasing Leon storyline. This requires that you beat six mission: He Can’t Be Far, We’ll Make it Quick, I Say We Head North, Out of Nowhere, Price on Your Head, and She Rode With Us. Upon completion of all six missions you will receive the custom accent pictured above.

He’s My Brother Custom Accent

He's My Brother Custom Accent

Complete the entire He’s My Brother storyline which consists of seventeen mission. On the final mission you will go and get Boozer’s bike from the O’Leary safehouse. Upon delivery of the bike you will unlock the He’s My Brother custom accent.

Earning Our Keep Custom Accent

Earning Our Keep Custom Accent

You will unlock this skin after completing the Earning Our Keep storyline. This storyline has a total of sixteen missions you will need to finish to 100%. Once you’ve reached 100%, you will unlock the Earning Our Keep custom accent.

Keep Them Safe Custom Accent

Keep Them Safe Custom Accent

You unlock this custom accent by completing the Keep Them Safe storyline. This is one of two custom accents you unlock from this storyline.



Lost Lake Encampment Custom Accent

Lost Lake Encampment Custom Accent

You unlock this custom accent by completing the Keep Them Safe storyline. This is one of two custom accents you unlock from this storyline.

I Remember Custom Accent

I Remember Custom Accent

To get this custom accent complete the I Remember storyline. Upon completion of the storyline you will receive this custom accent.

Someone That I Used To Know Custom Accent

Someone That I Used To Know Custom Accent

To unlock this custom accent, 100% the Someone That I Used to Know storyline. Upon completion of this storyline you will unlock this custom accent.

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