Far Cry: New Dawn Duct Tape Locations

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Far Cry New Dawn Duct Tape Stashes Locations: Broken Signal

Far Cry: New Dawn Duct Tape Locations

Broken Signal is a Looting Location in Far Cry: New Dawn, the latest FPS videogame published by Ubisoft for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Broken Signal from Far Cry: New Dawn, is an old broadcasting antenna which was destroyed during the Collapse. The place lies in ruins and sometimes is guarded by the Highwaymen.

At this location, you’ll be able to find 2 hidden Duct Tape Stashes as well as other Crafting Materials.

In Far Cry: New Dawn, the Duct Tape is a material required to craft Weapons and Vehicles.

Broken Signal Location

Broken Signal, is located south-east of the Chop Shop Outpost, and north-west of Dea Dog Hill. This looting location can be observed on the following in-game map.
Far Cry: New Dawn Broken Signal

Hidden Duct Tape Stashes Locations

To fully control this location you need to find all 2 hidden Duct Tape Stashes, revealed by the table below.

Duct Tape Stash Location
1 Close to the middle of the antenna on some rusted metal planks
2 On the antenna, in de middle. Look for a yellow bag nearby


After you get all Duct Tape Stashes at Broken Signal, the location is marked as completed.

Before leaving the area, though, don’t forget to check the yellow backpack near the second stash as it contains Copper, Solvent and Arrows.

It’s also worth noting that across the road from Broken Signal is a shed partially covered in sand.

Go around it and look for some planks on the wall.

Destroy them to get inside and around the corner, you’ll find a Safe with 17 Titanium Bars. You can crack the lock using the Repair Torch, or blow up the safe using dynamite.

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