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Dying Light 2 shows off in 4K video and reveals skill tree


A month before its release, Dying Light 2: Stay Human is revealed in two videos: a 4K trailer presenting the technical capabilities of the title, and a presentation of the skill tree that will be offered to players, mixing parkour and combat.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human was able to be desired, but the wait will not be very long, only a little month left before the release of the new title of Techland.

During the CES 2022, we were treated to 46 seconds of technical demonstrations, Nvidia has indeed put forward its RTX technology thanks to a presentation of Dying Light 2 in 4K.

The least we can say is that the visual experience seems successful. The PC version will benefit from ray tracing for light and shadow effects, and DLSS which will optimize graphics performance. However, we told you about it recently, you will need to have the necessary configuration to run the baby in ultra.

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That’s not all, Techland also presented new parkour and combat skills that we can find in Dying light 2.

Dying light 2 seems to retain its ambition to offer the player a wide range of skills in parkour and combat. By means of specific action, the player will be able to win experience points in these two areas. Certain special moves, as well as more complicated combinations of attacks, will allow you to gain additional experience.

This will not be the only way to gain experience, players will also be able to complete quests to unlock new abilities. Each skill will be combinable, so that everyone can let talk his own style of play. For example, Grapple and Stomp will throw enemies to the side, while Dart and Double Jump, will make you run faster and jump higher.

Techland gives us an overview of the skill tree in a short video:

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See you on February 4 on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, One and Switch.

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