Dying Light 2 Has Over 100 Hours Of Content, Dev Says
Clear your spring 2020 calendars for "more than 100 hours" of Dying Light 2 content.
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After Microsoft announced a delay during E3 2019, developer Techland has opened up about Dying Light 2. It seems the open-world action-RPG will reportedly feature over 100 hours of content, but the main storyline can be completed in 15-20 hours.
Prankster 101 asked lead designer Tymon Smektala how long it would take to finish Dying Light 2. Though Smektala said the story quests could be completed in 15-20 hours, he confirmed that "it is very hard to measure in an open-world game because of the things that happen between points A and points B of a quest." Despite the relatively short length of the game's story, Smektala clarified that "the whole [game] is more than 100 hours [long]."
Earlier this month, Techland's chief technology officer Pawel Rohleder revealed that Dying Light 2's setting is "four times bigger" than the previous game's. This includes all of Dying Light and its DLC, The Following.
Dying Light 2 was announced during E3 2018, with claims that it would be a "narrative sandbox" shaped by your actions. We were able to go hands-on with the game at this year's E3, reporting that "Dying Light 2 is a massive upgrade from the original."
Dying Light 2 is expected to launch Spring 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Pre-orders are available now at multiple retailers, though no bonuses have been announced as of yet.
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