Episode broadcast on Gamescom 2021 and showed more details of battles and parkour among other news from Dying Light 2 Stay Human
Techland broadcast this Thursday (26) the 3rd episode of Dying 2 Know (D2K), during Gamescom 2021. Presented by Tymon Smektała, game design leader, the episode revealed a variety of details about parkour and combat, as well as from a gameplay trailer for Dying Light 2 Stay Human. The episode can be seen in full here.
Episode 3 showed more about getting across town, and thanks to complex parkour mechanics and realistic motion capture animations, the system manages to be fun and dynamic. Combat is also an essential part of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, and players could see more about the weapons and their inspirations, as well as the creative combat system that allows you to integrate parkour moves into the fight, making it more complex and immersive. .
In addition, Techland also presented the jury that will choose the best Dying Light 2 character cosplays in the UGC competition – Irina Meier, Lightning Cosplay, Narga & Aoki and Enji Night. Full details, including contest conditions and other categories, can be found in the official website.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human pre-orders are available, with two physical editions; Standard and Deluxe, as well as three digital editions; Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate. Included with all pre-orders is the exclusive Digital Reload Pack, which features an exclusive paragliding outfit, weapon and skin. More details on all available editions can be found here.
Techland also revealed that Dying Light Platinum Edition, the most complete edition of the game, is coming to Nintendo Switch. More details on the release date will be announced in the future.
The physical edition of the Nintendo Switch game will contain:
- Dying Light game card;
- Survival guide with important tips and tricks on how to survive in the restricted area;
- Two-sided map;
- Unique stickers.
Lots of news from Dying Light 2 Stay Human
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is an open-world action-RPG game, sequel to the acclaimed Dying Light, released in 2015, which has been played by over 20 million people worldwide. This time, players will explore The City – humanity's last stronghold in the fight against the virus. Parkour mechanics allow players to explore the vast open world and use it in tactical combat.
The destroyed civilization and modern dark age world scene demand a creative approach to finding items and crafting equipment. Gameplay changes during a day and night cycle, so players can dare to pillage the abandoned lairs of the infected at night and uncover the dark secrets of those in power during the day. Players must choose the side they want to follow and write their own story.
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