Lightweight (Increase Attack Speed) Dead Island 2
Blueprints are one of the many different collectibles that can be found within Dead Island 2. They are often found rolled up and, as their name suggests. These ‘blueprints’ are also blue in colour.
The blueprints can be located and found all across the map. Considering that the map is rather large, it could take a while to find.
Once found they can then be attached to a whole host of different weapons. In order to improve them and your overall chances of surviving the incoming zombie infested madness. In order to attach them you will first, not only need to find a blueprint, but then you will need to scout out a workbench too.
Now, keep in mind that not all weapons can benefit from blueprints. In fact some of the blueprints require and can only be attached to certain types of weapons. For example some might work on melee weapons such as knives but others might not. Instead they might require a different kind of weapon altogether.
Also, a lot of the blueprints require different materials before they can be created and used. This includes materials such as scrap, adhesives, wire, and such. A lot of which can be found during your explorations around the map. Once you have all of the required materials you can then fabricate and make use of the necessary blueprint.
Anyway one of these blueprints is known as the Lightweight.
FINDING THE LIGHTWEIGHT BLUEPRINT ‘DEAD ISLAND 2’
In order to find the Lightweight blueprint we will need to travel to Alphine Dr over in Bel-Air section of the map. Here we will hear someone screaming over the intercom. This begins The Death Of The Party side quest
We will find the blueprint during the side quest.
THE LIGHTWEIGHT BLUEPRINT
The Lightweight blueprint comes with a perk that can ‘increase Attack Speed, but reduces Force’. It is also only suitable for certain weapon types. Which mainly include sharp melee weapons such as; knives, machetes, and clubs
WHAT MATERIALS DO I NEED? ‘IN DEAD ISLAND 2’
In order to fabricate and create the Lightweight you will need the following materials;
x1 Synthetic Fibers
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