The Escapists 2 – How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

The purpose of this guide is to help you learn how to escape from H.M.S Orca in The Escapist 2.

Other The Escapists 2 Guides:

H.M.S Orca

Scuba Doo
(Singleplayer Only)

Preparation:

  • Look around the ship for the following items inside desks: Duct tape, Tubing, Oxygen Tank.
    Make sure to check medical desk aswell as it might contain tubing or oxygen tank.
  • Craft a Makeshift Breathing Apparatus. 

The Escape:

  • Head to the top deck of the ship with your breathing apparatus and go to the location shown to escape. 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

Wave Goodbye!
(Singleplayer only)

Preparation:

  • Find the following items: Tubing and Bolt. Keep in mind tubing can appear in medical desk and bolt can appear in contraband desk.

The Escape:

  • Take both of those items and head to the lower deck of the ship. Fix the jet ski and you’re out!

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

Masters Of Illusion
(Multiplayer only)

Preparation:

  • Search around the ship for the following items: 1 soap, 1 wax, 1 jar of ink, 1 lighter and 1 dinner tray. Those items spawn randomly but the Dinner Tray can only be found in 1 place as shown in the picture, west of the cells behind a multiplayer door. 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

  • After you find all the items craft the fake gun (recipes below). 



The Escape:

  • Head to the top floor of the ship and just when you get up the stairs you’ll see a multiplayer door. Get through that door and head to the chopper. Equip the fake gun and escape. 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

Taking Back Control
(Multiplayer only)

Preparation:

  • Find the best weapon you can get your hands on.

The Escape:

  • Head up to the top floor with your friend and then go west.
  • When you find the control room just beat up the guards and escape. 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the H.M.S Orca

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