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Carrying these 4 items will get you killed in DayZ | Explosives & Clothing

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DayZ Video | Posted 22 days ago


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Explosives kill players very easily in DayZ but carrying the Landmine, M79 40mm rounds and Gas Canister is dangerous as these explosives can be detonated inside your inventory. Because they can explode while inside your clothing when you get shot or take damage, I provide details on what they do when they explode and how to prevent them from exploding in DayZ. I go over which clothing pieces reduce item damage the most, and 3 tricks to prevent these explosives detonating at all.
@DayZ_Kills: https://twitter.com/DayZ_Kills/status/1540804948002234368


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