Dying Light is a highly atmospheric horror video game based on the famous ‘undead survival horror’ sub-genre. In Dying Light 2, the story is set two years after the events of the original game. This time around, players are thrown into a new dark fantasy world, where there are more undead and other crazy creatures than you can deal with. The player takes on the role of Christian Shephard, a journalist covering the rise of vampires in his own hometown. When the story hits the headlines, it spreads like wildfire and finds that people are fighting for their lives and their homes…
Dying Light 2
The original game was developed by the award-winning development team of Techland, the folks who created the first-person shooter Dead Island. Techland is now developing Dying Light 2 Stay Human, which is due out in 2021. So far the game looks to be in good shape as it gets closer to its release date. I’ll discuss some of my preliminary thoughts about the game below, so you can get an idea of what I’m referring to when I say that Dying Light 2 Stay Human has a good chance of being a hit upon its release date.
The story is set in December 2021 after the outbreak of the first game in the series. You play Christian Shephard, a freelance news reporter covering the rise of the vampires in his hometown. The story is that he is captured by the hostile Stryker gang and taken to their island where there is an experimental prison built. There he awakens the evil essence of a monster and proceeds to fight his way through the prison and the rest of the island. He is not too pleased with the fighting but eventually finds himself trapped under the falls of the prison and has to find help. I won’t give all the locations and back story in the game, but it’s going to get spoiled pretty soon, so I’ll just mention a couple of them here.
A couple of Easter eggs are scattered throughout the game, which will lead you back to the first game’s story. Obviously, producers of the original game wanted to make sure that people who played the original game understood where the plot was heading, so they included several Easter eggs in Dying Light 2 stay human. There’s also a couple of non-playable characters you can meet, like the guy who helps you with your case, and another man called Bo at the airport who offers to fly you out. I won’t spoil them for you. Suffice to say that these non-playable characters have a big role in the plot of the game.
Throughout the game, there are several different ways to control the storyline and complete tasks. One is by playing through the levels alone, tackling the puzzles, and generally completing the game at your own pace. If you prefer to play with a group of friends or something similar this is fine too. The problem is that if you want to really experience what it’s like to be part of the action in Dying Light 2 stay human you’ll need to play online as well.
Unfortunately, Sony hasn’t launched any online games for the PlayStation Portable yet, so Dying Light 2 Stay Human and all its other content is impossible to download. Fortunately, the game can still be enjoyed using your PS Vita as a download device, and it has just as much quality as what is offered on the PlayStation 4. By unlocking the special codes that allow you to play online you can enjoy the benefits of Dying Light 2’s terrific graphics and non-stop gameplay. However, the game is not made entirely using the PS Vita in mind – it still features excellent cross-platform play between the PlayStation Vita and the PlayStation 4. If you’ve already bought either of these consoles, then you’re in luck because you can download Dying Light 2 stays human right now!
You can easily access the game using your PS Vita’s online login. You will find that it doesn’t take a long time to get into the action as you quickly become immersed in the game’s open world. Using a combination of weapons, your manual dexterity, and your parkour skills, you traverse the landscape while overcoming enemy after enemy. Once you’ve conquered your first map, you can continue where you left off, but be sure to save your progress so that you can start on another one when you feel ready.
Dying Light 2 remains one of the best games on the die-goer market. Its stylish visuals, intense shooting, non-stop action, thrilling adventure, and excellent story are hard to equal. The gameplay in particular is incredibly well done. This makes using the PSP’s amazing cross-platform playability even more desirable.
Dying Light II Teaser
Dying Light II was released earlier this year and has proven to be one of the most hyped games on the market. You play as a member of the Grey Company, a recon unit sent to investigate an outbreak in the small European country of Vanuatu. The game is about two lives, and they are yours once you manage to win over a few levels and enter the final level. From there you will find yourself in a fight against the possessed Vanuatu locals. I found that this game has more action and adventure than the original, but it is still not what fans should expect.
The first part of the trailer gave me a lot of hope, though. Though, I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed when the trailers started to end. So I kept looking for more information about the game, and I believe I’ve seen enough to make me eager to play the full game. I did some more reading about the game, and I think I might have found something interesting. In fact, I think I’ve figured out something that would make me look back on this game with fond memories.
The trailers have shown some new features in the game, including the use of a scoped weapon, and the “official” spelling of “Dying Light.” Though I’m not entirely sure how helpful these things are, they still don’t hurt to have. I would have liked to at least see a bit more of the story in the trailers. The first trailer didn’t give much information, other than to say that you take on a new mission after solving the prologue. So I’m left hoping that at least part of the story will be revealed at some point.
I suppose that my disappointment with the first trailer was justified, though. The game looks like it will be very action-based, and I’m sure that’s part of its charm. The first trailer gave a lot of the scenery and combat scenes from the first game, which is always nice. I think they pulled off an effective job of giving us a look at Dying Light II’s story without giving too much away.
From what I’ve read about the second trailer, I’m expecting a lot more action. The second trailer gave a good look at the areas in the game in which you’ll be involved. Though I can’t confirm anything yet, I’m feeling pretty confident about the possibility of some new areas being added to the game. I’m also looking forward to seeing how the combat works. I love the first game for the combat, but the second game improves on it greatly.
The sounds are also promising. The game’s director, Christian Elms, has said that he wants the experience to be as authentic as possible, so he is trying to capture the true sense of darkness and horror by using realistic sounds and music. I’m looking forward to hearing what he’s got.
Another feature that fans are nitpicking about is the fact that the game features very crude animations. The second trailer didn’t really offer much new content. Though the animation was bad, at least I think it showed that they are serious about making the game look good. They are not trying to hide the fact that the game is not as polished as fans are expecting. They are trying to highlight the charm that is still present in the game.
Judging from the first trailer and the second trailer, Dying Light II is going to have a lot of fanfare. It will be releasing on April 13th, but you can pre-order the game right now. This gives you the advantage of being one of the first people to get your hands on the game when it comes out. Plus, it allows you to get a taste of what the game has to offer. This game looks like a sure hit, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it made a lot of money. With the positive fan reception, I’m confident that we will once again become fans of this well-crafted game.