Far Cry: New Dawn Gears Locations

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Far Cry New Dawn Gears Stashes Locations: Shitlord’s Tunnel

Far Cry: New Dawn Gears Locations

Shitlord’s Tunnel is a Loot Location in Far Cry: New Dawn, Ubisoft’s first-person shooter title from the popular video games series.

Shitlord’s Tunnel in Far Cry: New Dawn is similar to Junk Tunnel, being a location featured in Days of Blunder side mission, at the end of which you can unlock Hurk, one of the Guns for Hire.

Furthermore, while exploring this landmark you’ll be able to get 5 hidden Gears Stashes, each of them containing a large number of Gears.

In the videogame, Gears are Crafting Materials required to make Weapons.

Shitlord’s Tunnel Location

Shitlord’s Tunnel is located east of Junk Tunnel and south-east of the Trailer Town Outpost. You can see this looting location on the following map.

Far Cry: New Dawn Shitlord's TunnelHidden Gears Stashes Locations

To fully control this landmark you need to find all 5 hidden Gears Stashes, revealed by the table below.

Gears Stash Location
1 After you cross the first ramp, on the left side of the tunnel near a road sign
2 Several steps away from the first one, near another road sign
3 After you cross the second ramp on the right side near some rocks
4 On the right side near a workbench at the end of the tunnel
5 Next to another workbench on the left side behind a blue barrel


After you get all Gears Stashes at Shitlord’s Tunnel, the location is marked as explored.

Although you can opt to leave the premise, there are additional goodies to be found in this place.

For example, check the yellow box behind the workbench where you find the fourth stash to get more Copper, Ammo, and Solvent.

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