As expected, Tech land returned this week with another of his miniseries Dying 2 Know, which analyzes in detail several aspects of his next open world role game Dying Light 2. This fifth delivery was particularly revealing in terms of gameplay., with 15 full minutes of images never before seen during the mission A place to call home.
Apparently, it takes place in the middle of the arch of the history of the game and gives us more information about Aiden’s personal trip around the city. The mission presents a good amount of Parkour, fierce combats and crucial elections: three fundamental pillars of the Dying Light 2 game design.
Tech land recently confirmed that you are working on a new next-generation patch for the first Dying Light title. While the details are scarce at this time, it is fair to suppose that the patch will probably arrive before Dying Light 2, which is scheduled to launch on February 4, 2022, for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.
Launched in 2015, the first Dying Light combines a fluent career in first person and shots with a post-apocalyptic open world infested from Zombies. Collect supplies, defend against the threat that is coming and completing missions for a various group of survivors is to the agenda. It was also well-received by critics and fans, and even had a pretty good DLC support.
When Dying reviewed Dying Light, we enjoyed our time with him and gave him the game a 4/5, concluding:
On the surface, Dying Light may not be more than a normal zombie game with a predictable story and tons of carnivorous monstrosities. But, under the very beautiful surface, a game is hidden with excellent ideas that, combined with tried mechanics, creates one of the best zombie games of recent years. The vision of Tech land of survival in action, combined with a receptive travel system and a great combat combine to make a game worthwhile the time of all.
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