Dying Light 2 might be a cross-gen release.
Just a few of the many games we’re excited to see at E3 this year.
Dying Light 2 should have an interesting trophy list, then.
Dying Light 2 is Techland’s “most ambitious project” yet.
From Viral to Volatile.
Dying Light has accumulated a player-base of 16 million since launch.
Factions seems as though they’re being cleverly integrated into the story.
Choice and consequence seems to be one of Dying Light 2’s key pillars.
During the day, the infected take a backseat to the humans.
Skill trees are branching out from their roots of the past.
Nuance will reign supreme.
Techland’s new tech seems impressive.
Bring it on, Avellone! Slicing those zombies, pen-and-paper style.
“The most important [thing] for us is the fluidity of movement,” says developers Techland about its upcoming open-world, first-person zombie survival game, Dying Light 2.
In the daytime, humans are the greater threat.
Techland is still planning multiplayer-related surprises, however.
If you’re gonna betray someone, betray them with conviction.
Time to slice those zombies in parkour mode!
Does this standalone expansion work well or is it all in vein?
Evacuate before the night falls.
Partner up and tackle some co-op missions.