27 May 2021 7:36 PM +00:00

Everything You Need to Know about Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 is set to make a massive mark as the sequel to the infamous survival horror game, and it's back with tons of improvements all around.

Dying Light 2 missed its original 2020 launch window and was delayed. After almost a year of silence, Techland have finally revealed the game with a new livestream - including a trailer and confirmed release date.

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Release Date

Dying Light 2 will officially launch on December 7, 2021.

BACK ON TRACK: Dying Light 2 finally has a new release date
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BACK ON TRACK: Dying Light 2 finally has a new release date

This is a long time after its original 2020 release date, but we have higher expectations that this one will hold true.


With the new Dying Light 2 livestream, we got some awesome new footage of the game with a brand new trailer which makes a simple request - Stay Human.

Check out the new Dying Light 2 trailer below:



Dying Light 2 promises an open-world experience, with key gameplay features focusing on brutal melee combat (with weapon degradation) and an expanded parkour system, allowing for unparalleled freedom of movement.

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GOOD NIGHT, GOOD LUCK - Dying Light 2 looks to build of its predecessor to creat the premier open world zombie experienceto

New to Dying Light 2 is an evolving and reactive game world, that changes according to player choice. There are multiple factions to interact with, and a reputation system that governs how these factions will treat the player.

Just like in the first Dying Light, enemies react to the game's day/night cycle. Sluggish during the day, enemies become far more more fearsome during the night, with increased mobility and aggression. Additionally, the most monstrous of foes only come out after the sun goes down...

To see these new features in action, check out the new Dying Light 2 developer stream from Techland.

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