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Scavenged Parts are a useful item in The Last of Us Part II (TLoU 2), and you'll need many to make the most of your playthrough. Read on to learn what Scavenged Parts are and what to do with them.
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Scavenged Parts are scattered throughout the game. These items are needed to use for customizing or upgrading your weapons at the Workbench.
If you already played The Last of Us 1, you already know the basics of Upgrading weapons and the Parts that are needed to upgrade your weapons. Upgraded weapons mean easier combat, so naturally you'll want to snag every one of these you come across.
The only way to customize your weapon is by going to a Workbench. You may encounter these Workbenches throughout the game, or if you are in a safe zone.
For more information on Customizing your Weapons, see the link below:
Scavenged Parts can be found anywhere in the game. Be sure to explore and check every corner of all the areas if possible. They are most commonly seen on top of shelves or on table with nearby tools.
If you turn on High Contrast Mode from the accesibility settings (or by swiping left on the touchpad), you will be able to easily spot anything in the area that can be interacted with, allowing you to easily find and pick up any parts that are lying around.
If you are having a hard time locating the scavenged parts in the area, you can turn on Enhanced Listen Mode in the Options menu. This will allow you to scan and pinpoint the exact location of nearby items and even enemies.
|Game Mechanics and Features|
|Combat Guide and Tips||List of Skill Upgrades|
|How to Use Listen Mode||How to Stealth Kill | Stealth Tips|
|How to Upgrade Weapons||-|
|Controls and Techniques|
|Game Controls & Settings|
|How to Ride the Horse||How to Heal|
|How to Use Quick Turn||How to Run (Sprint)|
|How to Turn on Aim Assist||How to Ride the Boat|
|Resources and Tools|
|What are Scavenged Parts?||What are Ingredients?|
|Recipe List||List of Training Manuals and Locations|
|List of All Workbench Locations||How to Get Infinite Ammo|
|Exploration and Secrets|
|Safe Combinations and Locations||How to Find the Downtown Seattle Map|
|Trophy Guide | List of Trophies||How to Open the Bank Vault|
|Soda Can Code||How to Earn the High Score in the Archery Game|
|How to Win the Marksmanship Competition||How to Put a Hat on your Companion|
|How to Find the Engraved Ring||How to Find the Strange Artifact|
|How to Unlock the Hidden Trophies||Easter Eggs|
|Which Skills Should You Upgrade First?||Which Weapon Upgrades Should You Get First?|
|How to Play Guitar||What Carries Over Into New Game Plus?|
|How to Use Photo Mode||Difficulty Settings and Best Difficulty|
|How to Use Generators||Scent Trails Explained|
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I’m more of a stealth player so I didn’t enjoy the boss fight in the hospital. One touch and you’re dead, that’s not enjoyable or realistic. Might as well run outside and kick a bear. I’d get the same thing happen, dead. Too much story in this game as well, I feel like it’s hours of videos that takes away from the game play. Just give me the details and move it along. I don’t need to know who’s screwing who.
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