How to complete the Three to Tango Challenge in Dying Light 2 Bloody Ties DLC

Drunk and outnumbered!

If you are struggling to win the Three to Tango challenge in Dying Light 2 Bloody Ties DLC, you can win it by using your combat parkour skills. But for the best chances of surviving the encounter, you must prepare by learning a few tips to come out on top. Here's what you need to know listed below:

Tips for beating the Three to Tango Combat Challenge in Dying Light 2 Bloody Ties

You must use your combat parkour skills to win the Three to Tango Combat Challenge in Dying Light 2's Bloody Ties DLC. In short, the fight sets you off with extreme disadvantages. The first of the disadvantages you will get during the Three to Tango Combat is that you are drunk, and the second is you only get a table leg as a weapon. The last problem you need to worry about is that you are fighting three foes with high damage resistance, so you will need to be smart about how you choose to fight in the Combat Challenge.

But, before going anywhere near the challenge, we recommend ensuring you are high-level in everything. We recommend having max levels in combat and parkour skills, health, and stamina. If you have close to the max in everything and tons of skills unlocked, you have the best chances of winning the Three to Tango challenge. If you want to beat the Three to Tango Combat Challenge in Dying Light 2, following the tips listed below is your best and only chance of surviving the Combat Challenge:

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  • Use Combat Skills: You can cheese both fights if you have unlocked combat abilities. We recommend having the following unlocked before you attempt the challenge:
  • Head Stomp
    • Vault Kick
    • Drop Kick
    • Bash
    • Block Charge
  • Dodge and Avoid: Throughout the fight, you should focus on avoiding getting surrounded by all three foes. This is because you can easily get staggered or knocked down if all three enemies surround you. While staggered, you will take severe damage, so avoid getting surrounded at all costs. Use your doge abilities to move quickly out of enemy attacks.
  • Single out: While dodging and avoiding all three enemies, wait and single out fighters far from the other two. Use the Block Charge ability to tackle these fighters and follow it up with a Head Stomp. 

Overall, winning the Three to Tango Challenge is easy for the fight's first phase. Eventually, you can fight a second round of the Three to Tango Combat Challenge, but the second fight will be a little harder. In short, the enemies will switch from table legs to real weapons, making dodging and avoiding more critical. However, if you use the same tactics of dodging and singling out foes, you can beat the fight with ease. We recommend especially using the tactic of Block Charging and Head Stomping on any enemies on the ground.

For more help on Dying Light 2's Bloody Ties DLC, we at Pro Game Guides recommend: How to complete the Prometheus quest in Dying Light 2 and How to complete Carnage Arenas in Dying Light 2 Bloody Ties DLC.

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