It takes several minutes to begin using Kyle Crane’s parkour moves in Dying Light. Considering it’s too dangerous to remain on the ground for long, jumping to rooftops and climbing walls is the best and safest ways to get around. That is, of course, unless you have the grappling hook. This useful item helps Crane quickly ascend tall buildings without desperately searching for boards and window bars to grab onto. Considering certain zombie types can run, it’s a must for every player. 

Similar to firearms, you won’t find the grappling hook lying around at the start of the game. You’ll have to earn it. To get the grappling hook in Dying Light, you must level up Kyle’s Survivor skill to Survival Level 12 (55,000 experience points). Once that happens, use the resulting skill points to unlock the ability to craft the Grappling Hook. 

Keep in mind this item is non-usable during racing challenges and endgame cut scenes. Otherwise, feel free to fly as much as you’d like and give Kyle’s enemies the slip.

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