Where to find the Goat Pen Keycard in Dead Island 2
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After your first hour or two in Dead Island 2, you will be given the chance to explore the map at your own pace. This means going into all of the houses in Hell-A that you can find and heading down the zombie-infested streets. One of the first places that you will likely encounter is the Goat Pen House, which appears to be the former home of an influencer group. However, in order to access the house, you need the Goat Pen Keycard, which is a tricky item to find in Dead Island 2.

The Goat Pen Keycard allows you to access several doors in the home. This will give you access to more loot but will also allow you to maneuver the home easier in case any zombies are chasing you. To find the exact location of the Goat Pen Keycard in Dead Island 2, keep reading the guide below.

Finding the Goat Pen Keycard in Dead Island 2

Without the Goat Pen Keycard, you will likely first enter the house from the roof. Once you drop into the house, you need to head to the second floor in the eastern wing. Here, you will see a full streaming set up, complete with dual monitors, a camera, and lighting. On the desk of this streaming set up, you will find the Goat Pen Keycard just lying there. Pick it up, and you will be able to open most of the doors in the home from now on.

Dead Island 2 Goat Pen Keycard
Provided by Dambuster Studios/Upcomer

However, you can also retrieve the keycard from one of the main Goat Pen members, who will charge you when you come near the streaming set up. I managed to find this enemy as soon as I picked up the keycard from the desk. When you defeat the Goat Pen member, they will drop the Goat Pen Keycard as well. Either way, you should be able to find the Goat Pen Keycard with little trouble as long as you go near the streaming area.

Interestingly enough, the Goat Pen House also plays a part in The Clean and Snatch Lost and Found quest, and you can check out or full guide for that in another guide.

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