Dying Light 2 Release Window and Nighttime Gameplay Revealed
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At E3 2018, developer Techland announced the follow-up to one of the best zombie experiences I’ve ever had. Now, the Dying Light 2 release window and a brand-new trailer has been revealed to the world at Microsoft’s E3 2019 Press Conference throwing a few interesting details at viewers.

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Techland teased some nighttime gameplay before E3 kicked off and with the Dying Light release windows is set for “Spring 2020”, we can mark those calendars with a permanent marker. Dying Light 2 features that awesome parkour movement, zombies galore and even branching storylines that change areas of the city depending on what decisions you make as the main protagonist, Aiden, which we learned is also an infected.

That all sounds exciting but in the most important aspect for me is the game’s nighttime, which has been shown off in the new gameplay trailer that you can view at the bottom of this article. For those who don’t know, in the original game, nighttime is when things get extremely hectic and all those powerful and unique zombies come out to play and from the gameplay shown off at Microsoft’s E3 2019 Press Conference, it is clear that things will escalate quickly in Dying Light 2.

For those who just skipped to the bottom of this article for the gameplay, the Dying Light 2 release window is “Spring 2020” for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, so mark those calendars.

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Check out the Dying Light 2 E3 2019 trailer below and then tell us what you think in the comment section.

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