During the opening phases of the Veronika campaign mission, you’ll be looking for a Doctor Veronika Ryan all across the zombie-infested world. Searching in The Marketplace yields no results. Your next stop is Courtesan Row Avenue, where you’ll encounter Vincenzo and chat with Veronika over the air. However, she isn’t there anyway.
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Where Do I Find Her?
You’ll then search for her in a small chamber beneath a reservoir across the town to the west, and this round you succeed. In your conversation with her, you must explain your motivations for using the GRE database. After then, it’s up to you. Trust her enough to tell her the truth concerning Mia? Or do you distrust her and withhold all of your information from her?
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Despite the fact that this decision seems like it might be emotional and consequential is frequently the situation when you choose whether or not to side with a character in Dying Light 2—in this scenario, your decision will not really leave much of an impact at all. Afterward, you’ll receive a new conversation, but there are no changes to the plot, tasks, or awards that you may receive or not receive.
Should You Trust Her?
I suggest you tell the doctor everything you know about Mia. As a cue for your explanation, Veronika would pose a couple of concerns. She’ll also say she was unaware of any experimentation on minors at the GRE. Rather than telling her all, you’ll convince her that you’re seeking details on Waltz.
As for Veronika’s knowledge regarding GRE studies on children, she’ll inform you that she had no idea. In Dying Light 2, you must put your faith in Veronika, even though your decision doesn’t matter much right now. In Villedor, you’ll encounter a lot of bad people, however, Veronika is mostly on your team.