Dying Light 2 Paraglider Upgrades Guide How To Get Paraglider Feat

Dying Light 2: Paraglider upgrades and usage guide

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The Paraglider is one of the Nightrunner Tools that you’ll receive in Dying Light 2. You’ll have access to it during a mission known as A Place To Call Home. Here’s our Dying Light 2 guide to help you with the Paraglider upgrades and how you can use this tool effectively.

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Dying Light 2 Paraglider upgrades guide

As mentioned earlier, the Paraglider is given to you during Dying Light 2‘s A Place To Call Home mission. Lawan hands it to you and asks you to follow her across Villedor’s buildings. Now, unlike other Nightrunner tools such as the Grappling Hook and UV Flashlight, you won’t need to equip this in your inventory. Instead, all you need to do is jump from a higher vantage point and press the Z key. After half a second, Aiden should whip out the Paraglider and float away.

You may also use the air vents found on buildings or on the ground. If you’re already zipping around with your Paraglider, then flying past air vents will push you up into the air. Alternatively, if you’re on the ground and standing on top of an air vent, you can press the Z key twice to whip out the Paraglider and get higher up. This is very useful in case you’re getting chased by undead hordes.

Note: Using the Paraglider drains your stamina. Make sure you can land safely or find air vents to restore it.

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As for maneuvering and controls:

  • A and D – Left and right movement.
  • W – Glide down quickly.
  • S – Stabilize the glider so you can stay in the air longer.
  • Spacebar or Z – Detach the Paraglider and fall down. You can press Z again to reactivate it, but watch out for that half-second delay.

Below, you’ll see the upgrades for the Paraglider in Dying Light 2. You can obtain these from Craftmaster NPCs. I can’t stress this enough, but this should be the one Nightrunner Tool that you ought to prioritize when it comes to spending Military Tech. You can learn more about the currency in our Military Airdrop locations guide.

Upgrade Level and Effect Cost
1 – Increases maneuverability and range. Adds the ability to increase height while in flight.
You can use the S key for this. Apart from stabilizing Aiden, it’ll also cause him to slightly lift upward.
2 Military Tech and 1,000 Old World Money
2 – Adds the ability to boost speed.
Press the Shift key to use this. When combined with the previous upgrade (i.e., Shift + S), you can gain a burst of speed that pushes you upward. This is great for crossing huge distances and reaching the top of towers.
3 Military Tech and 2,000 Old World Money

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