Dying Light 2: Stay Human by Techland and published by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, Inc., is the sequel to the popular game Dying Light. The original was well-received and sold over 6 million copies so expectations were high for this sequel.
What I loved about it
Dying Light 2 is a survival horror video game developed by Techland and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The sequel to Dying Light, it was released worldwide on February 27, 2019, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. This installment takes place 15 years after the first one and follows a new protagonist named Kyle Crane who is sent to Harran City in order to recover a file from an undercover agent who went missing three months ago. Upon arriving at Harran City, Crane finds himself in a power struggle between two dangerous factions fighting for control over Harran city’s scarce resources. The player must survive brutal close-combat battles with hordes of nightmarish infected while also exploring dark secrets surrounding this post-apocalyptic world plagued by ashen skies and deadly natural disasters.
What I didn’t like about it
I loved playing Dying Light. It was one of my favorite games when it came out a few years ago, but I have to say that I wasn’t too happy with this sequel. The graphics were amazing and the gameplay is still really fun, but this time around there are a lot more bugs and glitches than in the original. There are also some missions where key items can disappear and get lost forever, which is frustrating to say the least. Still, if you liked Dying Light before then stay tuned for updates because they might be working on fixing these issues soon.
The most disappointing thing about this game is that it has been over two months since release and there are still loads of bugs. Some people think that Techland doesn’t care about fixing them or just released a buggy product so they could do DLCs later, but I don’t think that’s the case at all. They’ve been actively updating their forum and adding new content in their social media pages, so I think they care just as much as we do about how the game is performing. Hopefully an update comes out soon!
It would be nice to see more different types of enemies like what we saw in the first Dying Light, because sometimes we would kill zombies so many times without ever seeing anything new!
Recommended if you like this kind of genre (horror, open world etc.)
The sequel to Dying Light, this game is set 15 years after a devastating viral outbreak. The world has fallen into chaos and become infested with zombies. Players take on the role of Kyle Crane, an operative sent in to help quarantine the city before it’s too late. After a helicopter crash leaves him stranded in the city, he begins his journey through its unforgiving streets, meeting survivors who need his help and discovering more about what caused this devastation. As players move through this open-world environment and complete missions for those they encounter, they’ll level up and unlock new abilities that can be upgraded as they progress. This tense survival horror title delivers one intense experience that is not for kids or those easily frightened.
If I had to choose between Dying Light 1 & 2
This is a zombie survival horror game with RPG elements. It can be played in single player or multiplayer, which is where it really shines. The graphics are great, and the gameplay is smooth and addicting. It’s also really scary! If you’re looking for a video game with a unique twist on zombies, Dying Light 2: Stay Human should be at the top of your list!
Who would enjoy this video game?
If you’re looking for a really intense, full-sensory experience, this is it. It’s so immersive, it feels like you’re in the actual zombie apocalypse. The graphics are simply stunning and there are so many different ways to play. I would recommend playing with friends and taking advantage of all the different co-op modes available because they make playing solo much more fun. There’s a lot to do in Dying Light 2: Stay Human and it’s never boring or repetitive.