Dying 2 Know One Last Time
Dying Light 2: Stay Human is almost here, and the developers at Techland are celebrating with one final episode of Dying 2 Know. This episode is special. It’s the last episode, of course, but it also features a variety of sneak peeks. This includes a look at the game’s co-op and console gameplay as well as a new launch trailer.
Jonah Scott and Leah Alexandra team up to take a look back at what Dying 2 Know accomplished. One thing they touch on is the UGC contest, now closed. Fans will be able to see the finalists in each category–cosplay, fan art, and story–next week on the contest website or Techland GG’s hub.
After that, the pair take a look at Dying Light 2: Stay Human’s co-op feature, which allows players to finish the game in co-op. Even better, players who enter as guests keep their items and player progression.
If the players come to a narrative fork in the road, all players present get to vote on what choice they should make. Dying 2 Know reveals that democracy has finally arrived in the City. However, the host of the co-op game still gets to make the final decision on where this playthrough should go.
According to Scott and Alexandra, a slew of positive reviews has made the Dying Light 2 team more confident than ever in a February 4th release date. The two decided to celebrate by sharing a platform comparison video. The clip showcases the game’s fast-paced parkour action on different consoles. The game looks sleek enough on PS4, but it’s absolutely breathtaking on Xbox One X and PS5.
Finally, this episode of Dying 2 Know concludes with a launch trailer that puts a spotlight on the City. According to the trailer, the City is the last bastion of humanity. It could be humanity’s last chance to learn from history.
Dying Light 2 will be available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and Nintendo Switch on February 4th, 2022.