New videos show co-op gameplay, graphic comparison of console versions and story introduction

A few weeks before the release of Dying Light 2: Stay Human (from 59,99€ at pre-order), the developers at Techland have revealed more material from the zombie open-world game in a live stream. It was the sixth and final installment in the “Dying 2 Know” series. Among other things, fans got a little taste of Dying Light 2’s upcoming co-op mode. Four players can experience the story together here from start to finish. Progress and items received are carried over directly into your single player campaign after the end of the co-op round.

Another highlight of the new edition was a graphic comparison of the individual console versions of Dying Light 2. In addition to the PC, the game will also be available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and as a cloud version for Nintendo Switch appear commercially. Thanks to the additional performance, the implementations for the new consoles from Sony and Microsoft benefit above all from a higher frame rate, which makes the gameplay smoother. Dying Light 2: Stay Human has had to be postponed several times in the past – but now the release on February 4, 2022 is imminent. To get in the mood, there is also a new trailer that explains a little bit why the main character Kyle Crane is going to “The City” – as a little Easter Egg, Kyle Crane, the protagonist of the predecessor, is even mentioned.

In Germany, the uncut version was refused release by the USK. Therefore, only a cut version with a USK-18 seal will be available in the digital stores in this country for the time being (as reported). The uncut PEGI version can also be ordered as a disc variant from selected retailers (including Amazon).