The numerous sidequests found across Dying Light 2 will test you in a variety of ways. Some might test your fighting abilities, while others will want to see how good you are with the game’s traversal, but there is one that puts your knowledge of Dying Light history to the test. I mean, it is a quiz, after all. The quest is called “History Quiz” and can only be completed by getting the answers correct. This guide will provide all the answers to the history quiz in Dying Light 2.
All History Quiz Answers In Dying Light 2
To begin the “History Quiz” sidequest, you will first need to assign the electrical station in The Garrison, a zone found in the game’s first region, Old Villedor. Once you assign this zone to either the Peacekeepers or the Survivors, as well as activate the Juniper windmill, an NPC named Jax will appear marked on the map on the roof of the Cadet Academy. Talk to him to start the quest, which consists of him asking you three questions pertaining to the lore of the Dying Light universe. The first question that he asks you is, “What event went down in history as ‘Black Monday’?” The answer to this question is “The Chemical Bombings of 2025.” The next question asks you to describe what the March Massacre was. Select “The army killed 64 civilians protesting against disarming them” to get the answer correct. The final question asks you if you remember when the Harran Events, the first game’s events, happened. The answer here is Spring 2014. Answer in these ways, and you will answer all the history quiz questions correctly.
Once you get all the answers to the history quiz right, you will complete the mission and will be rewarded with 400 Old World Money and a Memento collectible called “The Catacombs.”