The first story adaptation of Dying Light 2 has been postponed until September

The first story adaptation of Dying Light 2 has been postponed until September

The first story DLC for their parkour-infused survival horror Dying Light 2: Stay Human will fall from its scheduled June launch date until September. The DLC is one of two paid story DLCs, but the second was not intended for any specific date outside of Techlands.

The delay is down to having to spend a bit more time to achieve the absolute highest level of polish, according to Techland. The game will begin with the first chapter of Dying Light 2 in June, including in In The Footsteps Of A Nightrunner, which will include photo mode. The new chapter also provides a ranking system, along with new missions, rewards, and enemies.

The games 1.3.0 update for Dying Light 2 has dealt with some serious co-op concerns, and added stability improvements along the way. Techland have been running booster events in-game for the last few weekends, which include Dying Light 2''s traceurs. It has increased night-time immunity and reduced chemical infections, according to Techland. There will only one more booster event after this weekend.

Matthew, a former vidbud, didn''t discover much difficulty in his Dying Light 2: Stay Human review. Im glad it wasn''t 500 hours long. Techlands took something quite distinct and sanded down the edges. Jeremy Peel said there was a spiritual sequel to Mirrors Edge in Dying Light 2, saying The post-apocalyse is sensation.

Stay Humans'' first paid DLC for Dying Light 2 is expected to be released on Steam and the Epic Games Store in September. For $560/60, this can be seen on Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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