The Escapists 2 – How to Escape the Fort Tundra

The purpose of this guide is to help you learn how to escape from Fort Tundra in The Escapist 2.

Other The Escapists 2 Guides:

Fort Tundra

Perimeter Breakout

Rock-Hammer Hard Place (Singleplayer Only)

Preparation:

  • Achieve 70 intelect.
  • Complete the Rock-Hammer Hard Place quest line thoroughly. This quest can be given by any of the inmates.

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

  • Craft Sturdy Cutters.
  • Craft Bed Dummy and place it in your bed.

The Escape:

  • Attend Rollcall and go down to the sewer entrance, DO NOT go to your cell or through the purple door before 00:00.
  • Go to the sewer entrance, which is left of the statue.
  • Hit it with the Rock Hammer (which you recieve as a reward when you finish the Rock-Hammer Hard Place quest). 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

Go into the sewer and cut these 2 fences with your sturdy cutters.

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra
The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

Climb the ladder and you can smell sweet, sweet victory! Or just your stinky clothes…

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

Fun With Jeeps (Multiplayer Only)


Preparation:

  • Achieve 60 intellect. 
  • Craft a Lightweight pickaxe or better.
  • Craft 1 red key per player. 
  • Craft a bed dummy and place it in your bed. 

The Escape:

  • Attend rolecall and head south east to find the red door shown in the picture.

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

  • After you get past that door head south east with your friends and get through the multiplayer door.
  • Start chipping through the wall into the area with the jeep. 

The Escapists 2 - How to Escape the Fort Tundra

  • Gather your friends around the jeep and escape.
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