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How to get Obi’s Key in Dead Island 2

Updated: Apr 24, 2023 1:16 pm
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There are plenty of keys that you need to track down in Dead Island 2 with one of the more confusing ones being Obi’s Key. Obi’s Key is required to open Obi’s crate that is in a pool in Beverly Hills. Of course, while this sounds simple, it will actually take some time. This is because you have to complete an entire quest just to get your hands on the key. You also need to track down a specific zombie who is carrying the key. This guide will show you how to get Obi’s Key in Dead Island 2.

Where to find Obi’s Key in Dead Island 2

Obi’s Key is connected to the quest called The Clean and Snatch. This lost and found quest becomes available when you reach the Beverly Hills section of the game and is the first of many lost and found quests. You can start this quest by reading the note in the pool outside of Jessie’s home. Afterward, you will need to go to the different pools around Beverly Hills and collect notes to find out where Obi is.

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Obi is a specially named zombie that can be found in the world. As part of the quest, you will get hints as to where you can find Obi but he won’t appear until you have collected all three of the notes. Once you have done this, you will see that the notes mention a home with pizza and unicorn pool floaties.

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At this point, you should know which house has the pool floaties. In case you didn’t notice them, however, it is the Goat Pen. The same place where you can get the Goat Pen Keycard. Head to this area and Obi can be found standing around the pool. Obi is a normal zombie without any special types so he will be easy to take down. Just make sure to grab his keys once he is dead.

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