Techland has given us all the taste of its first zombie-parkour game’s trailer of Dying Light 2 at E3 2019 which left a lasting impression, the DLC lets you roam in the countryside along with smooshing the undead zombies beneath an armored buggy. Now techland is preparing for a proper sequel.
Dying Light was set in a decaying Turkish city that is struggling to keep itself, but in part 2 you will be getting to roam somewhat towards the west. So you will have a lot more to deal with than undead monsters. Decisions that you will make during the gameplay and the groups you team up with will shape the world.
Dying Light 2 Release Date
Dying Light 2 was announced back at E3 2018 with a release date somewhat around spring of 2019. Techland further pushed the game due to the COVID-19 pandemic back from January 2020 and didn’t mention a release date until the development update. But now it is expected to be out in 2021, according to a development update video from March.
Dying Light 2’s Trailer
The long trailer shown behind closed doors at E3 2019 is finally here, and it was worth the wait. The demo game is an impressive showcase of Dying Light 2’s expanded parkour systems, combat, and choice-driven story. It turns out, that despite delaying the game last year without any update release date the techland has managed to add several exciting features to lure their gamers.
It is assumed that it will be launching on the new PS5 and Xbox Series X hardware targeting 4K at 60fps.
Dying Light 2 Settings
The very first Dying Light took place in the fictional Turkish city (city of Harran), but we will be moving west for the Dying Light 2. The Dying Light 2’s map size is “four times larger” than all of the first games combined There’s a whole mess there it includes banners marking territories, windmills covered in solar panels, and some crumbling clock towers. Some soldiers wear armor that looks like the Knights. Despite the increased population in this city (compared to Harran), there is a bounty of nature.
Dying Light 2 Multiplayer
Dying Light 2’s multiplayer have four-player co-op returns but, this time, three players must join one host’s game due to the decision-based narrative.
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