E3 2019: Dying Light 2 New Trailer and Launch Details

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oprainfall | Dying Light 2Techland showed off a new trailer for Dying Light 2 at the Microsoft E3 2019 presentation today. The game is currently planned to launch on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 sometime in the Spring of 2020. A new trailer gave us a first glimpse at The City. This outpost sits in a post-apocalyptic world beset by disease. The game takes place 15 years after the events of the original Dying Light game. Ruthless factions now compete for power, and the infected emerge from the shadows of buildings and dark basements as the sun goes down.

Dying Light 2 | Aiden Caldwell

 

Protagonist Aiden Caldwell is an infected survivor who must use his parkour and combat skills together with meaningful choices to shape the ravaged world of Dying Light 2. The game is built on the C-Engine, the latest generation of Techland’s own engine technology.

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