Dying Light 2
Nobody said surviving would ever be easy
humanity lives To destroy Dying Light 2 pulls the action away from the idyllic vistas of Harran and into an apocalyptic vision of the Modern Dark Ages. Here, the undead aren’t the only threat you have to contend with – after years of strife, what remains of humanity is desperate to survive and rebuild itself, no matter the cost. In Dying Light 2 we’ll be forced to contend with a mutating zombie threat and warring factions seeking control over the future of humanity. The world reacts To your decisions
Choice and decision lie at the heart of Dying Light 2, with both the world design and the story reacting to your actions in clear and obvious ways. Too often studios promise this level of interactivity with the composition of a place and its populous, but fail to deliver. Techland has brought in legendary scribe Chris Avellone to help shape this twisting narrative vision and we’re impressed by what we’ve seen thus far.
Techland is overhauling its acclaimed parkour movement systems and it wanted to create a landscape to better take advantage of that work. The result is a city far more vertical and diverse, giving us plenty of opportunity to quickly (and stylishly) navigate the space as we please. Honestly, as if there were any lingering doubts, Techland has overtaken DICE as the masters of the fluid openworld movement paradigm.
Forge a unique Path
Given the incredible level of interactivity that players will be given with the story and this world, it really puts us in a somewhat unique position to carve out our own path. Dying Light 2 has returned to the playing field with a whole new host of abilities and customisable weapons, meaning that you’ll be able to really dial in what sort of character you want to play in this mercurial, ever-shifting vision of the post-apocalypse.