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How to Tie Up Civilians in Payday 3

PAYDAY 3, the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved co-op shooter, thrusts players back into heists.

Returning as the infamous Payday Gang, they abandon retirement due to a menacing new threat.

Relocating to New York City introduces fresh challenges and opportunities.

Success requires strategic planning, impacting gameplay significantly through choices.

The game emphasizes playing with friends, fostering enduring bonds formed through shared heists.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to tie up civilians in Payday 3 on Steam on PC and the controls for it.

How to Tie Up Civilians in Payday 3

To tie up civilians in Payday 3, press “F” to grab the person, press “Q” to throw them, and hold “F” to tie up hands.

Alternatively, you can shout at the person by pressing your middle mouse for them to get down and tie them up.

Here’s how to do this:

  • Method 1: Press “F” to grab the person, press “Q” to throw them, and hold “F” to tie up hands.
  • Method 2: Press the middle mouse to tell the person to get down and hold “F” to tie up hands.

After you’ve tied a civilian, you can trade them for whatever prompt shows up.

For example, you can hold “F” again to trade the hostage for time.

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