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.
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.
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).