Friday, 24 May, 2019

Dying Light 2 Gameplay Trailer Shows How Choices Affect Narrative

Dying Light 2 announced and Chris Avellone is designing the story Techland is doubling down with Dying Light 2
Cecil Davis | 11 June, 2018, 12:59

What we do know is that the open-world RPG will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. A city that changes to reflect the decisions you make in the story is the headline sell of Techland's new game but also of real importance for fans of the first game is the news that it will feature double the parkour moves of the original. For years now, Techland has supported the game through updates, expansions, and new game modes.

"The much awaited sequel brings to life a post-apocalyptic vision known as the Modern Dark Ages: a brutal, bleak and unforgiving reality where you are as likely to perish at the hand of a human as you are by the bite of the infected", Techland said in a press release. The most immediately noticeable thing is the game's graphical fidelity - everything looks incredibly sharp, with distant objects maintaining lots of detail and smoky particle effects filling the sky.

Dying Light 2 has been revealed at E3 2018 with a brand-new trailer. You can swing across ropes and ride the side of trucks to get to different locations.

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Dying Light found a surprisingly large and dedicated player base when it launched in 2015.

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As Avellone explained during the presentation, however, Dying Light 2's world will change radically depending on decisions you make. With any luck, Dying Light 2 will be an even greater improvement over the first game and its DLC "The Following", both of which helped revitalize the zombie genre.