Just a week after Techland, the developer of Dying Light 2, says it will take “at least 500 hours” to complete the game, and at least five years after the game is released, content with new stories and areas. I learned to get it. -Game events, etc.
Techland announces post-launch plans twitter, We guarantee support for the next few years. I don’t know how much of the renewal plan will be free content or how much will get in the way of the free DLC.
However, Techland also supported the original Dying Light with a lot of free content and several major paid extensions, so you can expect the same type of support in the sequel.
Want to know what happens after the premiere? We guarantee that the world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human will expand for at least five years after its launch with new stories, places, in-game events, and all the fun you love!# DyingLight2 #StayHuman pic.twitter.com/SgaNynkrzI
— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) January 14, 2022
Last week, Dying Light 2 was in the news of another tweet from the developer that the game had 500 hours of content. That number will be revealed later, and Techland states that it will take 500 hours to fully complete everything the game offers, including various story paths, endings, and more.
Players trying to complete the main story and side quests can be expected to take about 70-80 hours, while players betraying the main story only need about 20 hours.
Dying Light 2: First Hands-on Preview Screenshot
After many delays, Dying Light 2 will be available on February 4th next month. I actually experienced Dying Light 2 at the end of last year and said about the game as follows. It feels like something that establishes a unique identity while being a franchise. For more information, see Dying Light 2’s official gameplay trailer.
Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant..