Techland studio has released the fifth episode of the Dying to Know series, devoted to Dying Light 2. The main attraction of the material is the extensive gameplay record, showing the course of the A Place to Call Home mission.
The recording takes almost twenty minutes and gives you a good idea of what the full version of the game will offer. We can see parkour exploration, conversations and fights. We also have the opportunity to check how gadgets (including a paraglider) and unlockable skills look like, such as throwing enemies off buildings or performing a jump kick.
Dying to Know Episode 5 also covered recent game demonstrations where journalists could play Dying Light 2. Our editor was among them, and his impressions of the 4-hour session can be found in the announcement below:
- Dying Light 2 is just more of the same. We know because we’ve been playing for 4 hours
Dying Light 2 will be released on February 4, 2022. Initially, the premiere was planned for December 7 this year, but the project will have a slip. We do not need to be afraid of further delays, as a few days ago the authors informed that the game had achieved the so-called golden status, which means that work on it has been completed. Of course, as he shows Cyberpunk 2077, This does not always guarantee the timely premieres, but the case of this production was a rare exception to the rule.
Dying Light 2 will also be available on PC and PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. Nintendo Switch owners will also be able to play the production thanks to streaming technology.
- Techland is in no rush to launch Dying Light 2 and is not surprised at all
- Official website of the game