Nobody should be surprised that Dead Island 2 is stuffed to the gills with zombie-killing craziness. Many players will have the choice to take part in a variety of challenges as they scour the game’s decaying landscape, encouraging the slayers of HELL-A to slay hordes with violent variations on the standard hack-and-slash playstyle.
The Ninja Challenge
The Ninja Challenge is rather simple in and of itself. The slayer must maim or dismember three zombies with a single throw of the shurikens, one of the first curveballs that the players can use. By doing this, the task will be finished. Simple, yes?
The problem is that while shurikens are useful in a hurry, they were actually designed more for crowd control than actual maiming. There are also many different curveballs to pick from by the time Dead Island 2 truly ramps up the need for crowd control (and many of them go “boom,” which is sometimes even more fun). So the question of how the slayer completes the Ninja Challenge still stands.
Guide for Overcome in Ninja Challenge
There are things that may be done to ensure an easier and quicker way of success even if it is not necessary to equip any certain perks or qualities, go to any particular area, or utilise any particular ability (apart from the shurikens, of course).
One benefit of completing the Batter Up Challenges is that the shurikens will deal more damage, increasing the likelihood that they will dismember when required. The same player interface allows you to keep track of the Batter Up Challenges. The player must simply use curveballs to kill zombies in order to complete these challenges. Curveball damage will increase by completing each tier of this challenge.
The best thing about curveballs is that there are no limits, but the drawback is that they take a while to recharge. Consequently, obtaining the benefit Pain Magazine can help you with this difficulty. As long as the slayer executes a well-timed dodge or block, Pain Magazine permits a speedier recharge period for a utilised curveball. This is helpful because the Ninja Challenge can require more than one attempt.
The placement is another important piece of advice. The Ninja Challenge can be attempted anywhere, however, some places could be more conducive to it than others. The player can take their shot and withdraw to the safety of the other side while waiting for the recharge by using a gate similar to the one where the slayer encounters the Blue Crab employees in Santa Monica. Using a large open space is the best option if the slayer is more interested in practising dodge or block timing in between attempts, merely to ensure movement flexibility.
The angle is the most important thing to pay attention to. The majority of zombies are broad up top, but if they haven’t gone to leg day, the shurikens can quickly reveal them. Thankfully, the slayers can also hurl shurikens from their crouching stance, providing a fantastic angle to knock the foe to the ground. The Ninja Challenge should be history if you can keep the approaching zombies in a straight line and shoot low.