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Hammer
Gameplay information
Speed 60
Weapon Type Melee Weapon (Blunt)
Out-of-Universe information
Appearance Dying Light

Hammers are a type of blunt melee weapon featured in Dying Light.

As relatively fast weapons, they are very common and can be found occasionally on the hands of Biters. It is advised to use these on sluggish opponents and discard them when they're done.

Variants Edit

There are 6 variants of Hammer in the base game:

Variants Image
Brick Hammer
Blue Brick Hammer
Carving Hammer
Carving Hammer
Claw Hammer
Yellow Claw Hammer
Club Hammer
Blue Club Hammer
Plain Hammer
Plain Hammer

The Following adds three new Hammers:

Variants
Brick Hammer
  • Extravagant Brick Hammer (x2)
  • Fabulous Brick Hammer (x2)
  • Legendary Brick Hammer

Blueprints Edit

Hammers are modifiable with the following 22 blueprints:

Blueprints Requirements Effects
All-Purpose Toxic Striker
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Herb (4)
  • Toxic Lichen (4)
Toxic - Small
Bad Hangover
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • String (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Batteries (2)
  • Aerosol (2)
  • Electronics (1)
  • Bleeding - Small
  • Toxic - Medium
Ben Franklin's Key
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Plastic (1)
  • Batteries (1)
Electricity - Small
Bolter Poison
  • Herbs (4)
  • Underwater Algae (4)
  • Bolter Tissue (1)
Toxic - Strong
Cattle Stamp
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Blade (2)
  • Gauze (1)
Bleeding - Medium
Chill Kill (The Following)
  • Metal Parts (2)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Fluorescent Shrooms (3)
Freezing - Small
Depleter (The Following)
  • Metal Parts (3)
  • Duct Tape (2)
  • Nails (2)
  • Blade (2)
  • Gauze (1)
Bleeding - Strong
Devil Stick (The Following)
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Household Supplies (2)
  • Aerosol (1)
  • Gauze (2)
Burning - Strong
Dirty Tool (The Following)
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Herb (4)
  • Underwater Algae (4)
  • Toxic Lichen (4)
  • Gauze (2)
Toxic - Strong
Electrician
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Plastic (1)
  • Batteries (2)
  • Power Cable (1)
Electricity - Medium
Exorcist
  • Metal Parts (2)
  • Duct Tape (2)
  • Nails (1)
  • Blade (2)
  • Batteries (2)
  • Electronics (1)
  • Bleeding - Small
  • Electricity - Small
Fastball Special
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Household Supplies (1)
  • Chemicals (1)
Impact - Small
Fire Launcher
  • Metal Parts (2)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Household Supplies (2)
  • Chemicals (2)
  • Aerosol (2)
  • Electronics (1)
  • Impact - Small
  • Burning - Medium
God Hammer
  • Metal Parts (2)
  • String (2)
  • Aerosol (2)
  • Batteries (2)
  • Power Cable (2)
  • Electronics (1)
  • Burning - Medium
  • Electricity - Medium
Home Run
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Chemicals (2)
  • Power Cable (1)
Impact - Medium
Industrial-Grade Leech
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Blade (1)
Bleeding - Small
Portable Charger (The Following)
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Plastic (2)
  • Chemicals (1)
  • Power Cable (1)
  • Electricity - Medium
  • Impact - Small
Puff Puff Pass
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Underwater Algae (4)
  • Toxic Lichen (4)
  • Gauze (1)
Toxic - Medium
Puke'N'Nuke
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Alcohol (1)
  • Household Supplies (1)
  • Aerosol (2)
  • Toxic Lichen (4)
  • Electronics (1)
  • Toxic - Medium
  • Burning - Small
Standard Issue Hellfire
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Gauze (1)
  • Aerosol (1)
Burning - Small
Surprise MFs!!!
  • Metal Parts (2)
  •  String (2)
  •  Alcohol (1)
  •  Toxic Lichen (4)
  •  Batteries (2)
  •  Electronics (1)
  • Electricity - Small
  • Toxic - Small
Welder
  • Metal Parts (1)
  • Duct Tape (1)
  • Nails (1)
  • Aerosol (2)
  • Gauze (1)
Burning - Medium

Trivia Edit

  • In real life, Hammers are served for delivering a blow to an object. While purposes are varied, in general they are served as the basic tools for driving nails, forge metal, break apart objects, and so on.
    • Claw Hammers are used for pounding in or extracting nails. They are recognizable for its claw-shaped head appearance.
    • Club Hammers are used for light demolition work, driving mansory nails, and for use with a steel chisel when cutting through stone or metal.
    • Machinist's Hammer (known as the Plain Hammer in-game) are used for metalworking.
    • Stonemason's Hammer (known as the Brick Hammer in-game) are used for chipping off edges or pieces of stone, cutting brick or a concrete masonry unit, and for rapidly cut bricks or cinder blocks. They are notable for their flat traditional side and a chisel-shaped bladed end.

Gallery Edit

Vanilla Variants Edit

The Following Variants Edit

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