Days Gone – How to Maximize Your Health, Stamina, or Concentration

A small guide that will make it easier for you to play the game!

Guide to Maximize Your Health, Stamina, or Concentration

Self-Improvement Trophy

The “Performance Enhanced” trophy in Days Gone can be unlocked by gaining the highest possible level of health, strength, or concentration. Let’s figure out how to do this.

Health, strength, and concentration can be increased with the help of injectors. These are special items that can be found in two types of locations on the world map.

The First Type of Locations with Injectors

These are the NERO Checkpoints. Once the Deacon gets to such a place, he must open the door by pouring gasoline into the generator or setting a fuse in the fuse box. Inside will be a large white chest with an injector.

The Second Type of Places with Injectors

These are the Nero Research Sites. They can be found in caves or behind small precipices (cliffs). In the second case, Deacon must jump over the abyss using a motorcycle with nitro.

Each research point is a small camp, on the territory of which you can find a white chest with an injector.

In both types of locations, removing the injector from the white chest puts you in front of a decision — which indicator to increase. This can be health (square), power reserve (triangle) or concentration (circle).

To unlock this trophy faster, focus on improving only one of the main characteristics. Your current progress is displayed at the bottom of the screen in the main skills menu. The trophy can be obtained after one of the parameters gets the maximum value — for example, health, as in the image above.

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