Check out this Days Gone guide and walkthrough for the What Did You Do? mission. This includes gameplay tips, hints, techniques, tricks & more!
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What Did You Do? Walkthrough
What Did You Do? Walkthrough Chart
|1||Get on your bike, and ride to the NERO Camp with Sarah's Memorial Stone.|
|2||Once at the NERO Camp, make your way towards the back end of the camp.|
|3||Clear out the Freakers in the Camp.|
|4||Head to Sarah's Memorial Stone to trigger a cutscene.|
|5||After the cutscene ends, the mission will be complete.|
1. Heading To The NERO Camp - Tips
Fix & Gas Up Your Bike For The Journey
Since Sarah's Memorial is found at the Northwesternmost part of the map, you will need to make sure that you're ready for the long ride. Be ready for the long journey ahead by fixing up your bike, and refueling your bike.Check Out How To Maintain Drifter Bike Here!
Rainy Weather Can Worsen Bike Performance
Be careful when riding in rainy weather. Muddy terrain can lessen the control that you have on your bike, making you more susceptible to wiping out! Slow down, and focus on staying on the path when on muddy terrain.Check Out Weather Effects Here!
2~3. Clearing Out Freakers In Camp - Tips
Use Stealth To Pick Off Enemies One-By-One
There will be Freakers blocking your path to the back end of the camp. Since there are only a few, you will be able to easily stealth kill these Freakers. You can use Rocks to lure them towards your desired position.Check Out The Combat Guide Here!
Use Explosives For Groups Of Freakers
If you have attracted 3 or more Freakers to a single location, it will be ideal to throw a Pipe Bomb or Molotov to easily deal lots of damage in an area. This will let you clear out more Freakers with a single stone!
Conserve Ammo By Melee Attacking
If you are facing a single Freaker, it may be best to just use your melee weapon instead of your rifle. This will conserve ammo, and avoid attracting other Freakers to your location since it is relatively quiet!