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Dying Light 2 gets December release date and new gameplay trailer

Techland’s parkour-infused open-world zombie sequel, Dying Light 2, has – after a rather tumultuous few years of development – finally received a release date. It’ll be coming to Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on 7th December, and Techland has released a brand-new gameplay trailer to accompany the news.

Dying Light 2 is set 20 years after the events of the first game, in a world devastated by a mutated version of the original virus. With over 98% of the population now lost, the remnants of humanity have congregated in the sprawling metropolis of Villedor, also known as The City, and it’s here that new protagonist Aiden Caldwell finds himself while searching for his family.

To date, Techland has really only painted the ensuing adventure in the broadest of strokes, talking up key points such as Dying Light 2’s 2-4 player co-op, its returning day and night cycle, and its focus on choice and consequence. Today’s developer livestream didn’t go too much further than those core concepts, but did flesh them out a little with a few additional details.

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Techland’s parkour-infused open-world zombie sequel, Dying Light 2, has – after a rather tumultuous few years of development – finally received a release date. It’ll be coming to Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on 7th December, and Techland has released a brand-new gameplay trailer to accompany the news.

Dying Light 2 is set 20 years after the events of the first game, in a world devastated by a mutated version of the original virus. With over 98% of the population now lost, the remnants of humanity have congregated in the sprawling metropolis of Villedor, also known as The City, and it’s here that new protagonist Aiden Caldwell finds himself while searching for his family.

To date, Techland has really only painted the ensuing adventure in the broadest of strokes, talking up key points such as Dying Light 2’s 2-4 player co-op, its returning day and night cycle, and its focus on choice and consequence. Today’s developer livestream didn’t go too much further than those core concepts, but did flesh them out a little with a few additional details.

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