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Dying Light 2 promises a very long follow-up and shows up again

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Co-op, comparison between the PS4-PS5 version and Xbox One/Xbox Series and an important narrative trailer closed the “Dying 2 know” video series. Techland also shared the outlook beyond the launch.

It’s almost time for the outcome for Dying Light 2: Stay Human for which development has not been a long calm river, between accusations of sexual assault by Chris Avellone, departures of developers, postponements and others.

A goodbye, but by no means a farewell, which Techland has materialized with new extracts, sometimes very brief, for finally unveil the cooperative mode at 4, a comparison of the console versions (PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series), and a very long trailer that you should perhaps avoid…

Co-op, console version comparison

Unlike the gameplay trailer below, Techland did not isolate the footage from its “Dying 2 Know: Episode 6» and you will therefore be involved.

To see the co-op in the best possible quality, click on the video and meet at 2min55sec. About the comparison, that happens at 6min05sec.

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Cooperation will be there day one, but not crossplay.

“The Reason” Gameplay Trailer

At the beginning of the video, we can see that the studio has not trashed a mission that was presented to us a loooong time ago during E3/Gamescom.

Massive follow-up

We knew the game wouldn’t be stingy with content for completionists, but on the other hand, post-launch title support was unclear. Do not panic, you will eat zombies.

As the tweet demonstrates, Dying Light 2: Stay Human will be followed for at least 5 years via DLC with new stories, locations and in-game events.

To note that the Deluxe version contains a scenario DLC, available several months after the release, and the collector’s edition normally sold out, will have two.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human arrives on February 4, 2022 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, PC and Switch (cloud only).

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