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We Happy Few: How to Get Dirty Bandages

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We Happy Few: How to Get Dirty Bandages

How to Get Dirty Bandages in We Happy Few

We Happy Few takes place in the dystopian town of Wellington Wells, whose population have lost their sanity and moral compass as a result of addiction to a drug that’s supposed to make them happy. In reality, Joy, as it’s called, only serves to twist their minds and program them to obey an oppressive government. Arthur Hastings, the game’s protagonist, isn’t all too keen to stick around any longer, though, so he’s planning to leave. The trouble is, one wrong move and the population will know he’s not taking his daily dose of Joy, and they’ll come after him. As you’d expect, that means you’ll be resorting to violence most of the time, and that in turn means you’re going to heal yourself. When you take a hit in We Happy Few, there’s a slight chance you’ll end up bleeding. That’s where Dirty Bandages come into play; they stop bleeding. Here’s how to get them.

To get Dirty Bandages in We Happy Few, you’ll need to craft them from your inventory menu. The recipe simply requires Cloth Scraps, which can be located in plentiful supply around the map from containers and NPCs.

Remember, though, while using Dirty Bandages stops bleeding, it can cause you an infection since they’re not disinfected (hence the dirty). To craft regular bandages that don’t cause this effect, combine x2 Cloth Scraps with Alchohol to produce regular bandages.

That’s all you need to know about how to get Dirty Bandages in We Happy Few. For more useful information, guides, and tips on the game, check out our wiki page.

We Happy Few is a survival game from Gearbox Software with a unique setting that is heavily inspired by Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel, Brave New World. Originally launched in early Access two years ago, the game has undergone plenty of change since then and now adds a meaty narrative to the survival experience.

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Alex has a BA in Political Science and English Writing, but he's also a self-proclaimed history and meteorological expert. He loves cyberpunk and fantasy, and RPGs are kind of his thing too.

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