We all love shooting and taking out a ton of zombies in video games and thankfully enough, there are a ton of these video games available for one to choose from. In the new year 2022, newer games will be rising over the horizon. The sequel to Dying Light is what we get to see early this year as Dying Light 2 Stay Human. With that being said, here is everything you need to know about Dying Light 2 release date, trailer, gameplay, system requirements, and more.
Considering how the first game received so much love from the community, one can only expect the same response to the sequel of the game; provided they haven’t made a mess of the game with things people would hate, especially a plagued launch. Keeping all of it aside, here is everything we know so far about the upcoming game, Dying Light 2.
Dying Light 2 Release Date
The game was originally announced back in 2018 at an E3 event with a release date towards the end of 2020. However, the game has so far been delayed twice and is now sitting at 4th February 2022, release date window. You can check out the announcement trailer for Dying Light 2 over here.
Dying Light 2 Developer and Publisher
Techland will be the developer and the publisher for the game as they were previously for Dying Light. These are the same developers for the game Call of Juarez: Gunslinger.
Dying Light 2 Trailer
The cinematic trailer for Dying Light 2 was recently released, and it shows off what you would expect. Zombies running around and chasing people, breaking down doors, and whatnot. The trailer also gives us an idea of how good the graphics for the game are and an idea about how we would be tackling the zombies. To many people out there, it brings in memories of the good old game Dead Island made by the same developers.
Dying Light 2 Gameplay
With all the zombies coming at you, you’d have to learn to stay alive and most importantly, stay human. Whatever actions and decisions you take will affect you as well as the city, so important choices need to be thought of. Thankfully, it’s not just fighting the monsters day in and day out. Like, in the morning, you will be free to roam around and explore various paths – you could be an adventurer. Though when the sun sets, things start to become ugly, and you have all the monsters leaving their hiding spots to come to attack you.
The game brings in the good day and night cycle as well as better parkour skills which helps in setting up different traps to catch those monsters with various weapons that will be available to you at all times. The best part of the game is you can team up with two or four players to take the monsters out and to always remember that in the end, you will have to always stay human.
Dying Light 2 Platform Availability
The game will be made available for the PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series X as well as Series S and for PC. Also, this not only brings in cross-platform support but brings in cross-generation support for the console players. For PC, you can purchase the game from the Epic Games Store as well as Steam. PC players also have full controller support as well as Remote Play on TV via Steam.
Dying Light 2 PC System Requirements
With the game’s release date inching closer the developer finally revealed the minimum and recommended PC system requirements.
Minimum PC Requirements
- CPU: Intel i3 9100 or AMD Ryzen 3 2300X
- RAM: 8 GB
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX1050 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 560
- Storage 60 GB
- OS: Windows 7
Recommended PC Requirements
- CPU: Intel i5 8600K or AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
- RAM: 16 GB
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 or MAD RX Vega 560
- Storage 60 GB
- OS: Windows 10
Dying Light 2 Game Editions and Pre Order Rewards
There are 4 editions of the game available for you to purchase. The First one is the Standard Edition followed by the Deluxe Edition and finally, the Ultimate Edition. There will also be a special Collectors edition that will be available in limited quantities. When you pre-order the game from any platform, you will be getting a Reach for the Sky Skin Pack and a Reload Skin Pack.
Dying Light 2 Prices and Content
The Standard Edition for the game on PC will cost you $59.99. This will only have the base game. The Deluxe Edition will cost you $79.99 and will get you the Deluxe digital items as well as 1st story DLC. Meanwhile, the Ultimate Edition will cost you $99.99 will contain everything from the deluxe edition as well as the Story 2 DLC as well as an Ultimate Digital Items pack. The Collectors edition will be available at retail stores and will have everything from the Ultimate Edition alongside a Defender of the City Statuette as well as 7 other collector’s items.
And this is everything we know so far about the game Dying Light 2 Stay Human. It surely sounds and looks interesting, so let’s see when the game releases, what can we expect, and if it will continue to receive updates in the foreseeable future like Dying Light. Let us know in the comments about your thoughts on the game and also if you plan to pre-order the game or plan on purchasing days after the game has been released.