Dying Light 2 Stay Human Stated To Take Over 500 Hours To Fully Complete

The official Dying Light Twitter account has announced that the estimated playtime for fully completing Dying Light 2 Stay Human is supposedly at least 500 hours. In a follow-up tweet, the team reiterates that this expected playtime is solely regarding completion, and those mainly doing story content will be able to complete the game far more quickly.

UPDATE: The developer and publisher have clarified a few facets regarding game length. While it will take roughly 500 hours to see every last bit of content the title offers, a playthrough solely focusing on the main story will take approximately 20 hours. Additionally, learning about the world’s history, completing sidequests, and interacting with all of the NPCs will take around 80 hours.

You can view the tweet initially sharing this news below:

Dying Light 2 Stay Human is the newest entry on this parkour zombie-killing experience, and it seems like there’s a lot for players to be excited about. During gameplay, players will interact with multiple factions around the open world and complete campaign quests.

Through these missions, players will learn the parrels that these humans face. However, new zombies are introduced that have special powers. These enemies will probably be best to avoid and run from, which is where the parkour comes into play as the game features a deeper sense of verticality.

In Dying Light 2, players assume the role of Aiden Caldwell, who has found his way to The City, the last bastion of humanity where factions fight for power and regular citizens fight to stay alive. It’s going to be up to the player to choose Aiden’s fate through missions and decisions. This story is in the player’s hands.

Dying Light 2 is releasing for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam on February 4, 2022.

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