Dying Light 2 Takes 500 Hours To “Fully Complete,” Dev Says–But There Is More To The Story
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Dying Light 2 Takes 500 Hours To “Fully Complete,” Dev Says–But There Is More To The Story

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Players will have to spend approximately 500 hours to “complete” Dying Light 2, developer Techland has confirmed, as well as acknowledging that this is the expected runtime for 100% run. The studio said it would take less time to finalize the game’s story and side effects.

The studio says it takes 500 hours to walk from Warsaw (where the Tekland office is) to Madrid.

There was a lot of reaction to Techland’s 500-hour tweet, and the studio released its response to clarify the matter further. The studio said, “500 hours is about maximizing the game – eliminating all searches, eliminating, and exploring every part of the world, but a regular player should end the story + side quest. And much to explore. Less than 100 hours, so don’t worry! “

In another tweetTechland said it would take about 70-80 hours to finish the main story and side quests “if you’re not in a hurry.”

In other news, Dying Light 2’s next and final Dying 2 Know live stream is coming on January 13th, which promises a “huge lack of information” for the game.

Dying Light 2 will launch on February 4 for the PS5, Xbox Series X | S, and will also be available for the Nintendo Switch via the cloud. The game is also coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Everyone who pre-orders the game gets a reload and reach for the Skypack, which comes with special clothing, weapons and skins. The Reach for the Sky Pack was specifically designed in partnership with Rosario Dawson (The Mandalorian) to voice a character in Dying Light 2.

February 2022 is becoming a big month for new releases. Other games released in February include Horizon: Forbidden West, The King of Fighters XV, and Sifu. Destiny 2’s Witch Queen expansion and Saints Row reboot are also coming this month.

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