Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a role-playing game that takes place in the world of Rivellon. As you venture through the game, complete quests, and partake in battles, you’ll occasionally encounter locked treasure chests and doors. However, levelling up your lockpicking skills can unlock nearly any entryway or chest in the game with just a few lockpicks. If you’re experienced in lockpicking but struggle to get lockpicks, continue reading to discover a lockpick crafting recipe guide for Divinity: Original Sin 2.
Lockpick Recipe Guide for Divinity: Original Sin 2
Thankfully, if you’re a little low on lockpicks or want to have extras on hand, there are numerous crafting recipes available in the game. Below is a list of some general crafting recipes for lockpicks in Divinity: Original Sin 2:
- Needle + Needle
- Repair Hammer + Nails
- Soap + Key
Depending on how often you pick up, discard, or sell items, the nails and hammer recipe will likely be your best bet. In particular, you’ll find plenty of nails scattered around, especially during the first Act. Certain vendors also sell nails throughout the game. Similarly, Repair hammers are available as random chest loot or from vendors such as Nebora in Fort Joy.
Alternatively, if you’d rather use the needle or soap recipes, you’ll find both as your progress through the game. Like nails, you can purchase needles and soap from merchants or find them in chests. Interestingly, you may also discover the occasional needle within hay stacks.
If you have Crafter’s kits currently on hand, these will also unlock more crafting options for you to use. Using either metal or plastic scraps with a Crafter’s kit will net you some lockpicks. Crafter’s kit recipes provide an alternative solution if you’re not looking to hunt down hay bales for needles or struggle to find some soap.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is available to play on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch through the official website. For more information about the game, check out All Artefacts of the Tyrant Armor Locations and How to Remove the Source Collar.