This page contains IGN's walkthrough for the side questCrash Boom Bang from Dying Light: The Following DLC. This expansion adds a whole new map to the game and a buggy. This page will help you complete one of the side quests in the expansion to help gain trust.
Download mapinstall software pc free. You do not have to beat the main game to start The Following. All you need to do, once installing the expansion, is beat the prologue of the main game.
During your adventures on the southern end of the Countryside, a plane will crash down. A member of the Faceless will radio Crane and ask him to investigate the crash site. Head to the marked area on your map to scope it out.
When you arrive to the site, clear the area to find that the twins from Harran have made it outside the city by flying a plane. It seems that their employer escaped during the crash and the twins need his money. They planted a tracking device in his backpack. Take their tracker and hunt him down for them.
The area where you need to search first is in the field near Jasir’s farm. There will be a wide circular area on the map that you need to search in. Use the twin’s tracker and follow the beeps to find the parachute and backpack of their client.
With no body nearby, the twins inform you that they also put a tracker in his shoe. Head to Jasir’s farm to track that signal down. Head inside the barn near the RV, where you first met Jasir, and speak to Polat. He is wearing the tie-dye shirt. After your conversation with him, the quest will be complete.
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