A model new Dying Light 2 gameplay trailer units up the occasions of the long-awaited sequel, and it does so in surprisingly dramatic trend, even referencing the protagonist of the primary Dying Light, Kyle Crane.
The newest trailer is subtitled ‘The Reason’, and as promised, it vaguely explains Dying Light 2 hero Aiden Caldwell’s motive for touring to The City, one of many final basecamps of humanity’s failing battle in opposition to the contaminated. It’s comprehensible you’d need to know why Aiden headed there, as exploring the sanctuary’s luxurious life-style rapidly turns harmful as human and contaminated enemies are established.
It seems Waltz Herder (sp?), a personality referenced in earlier Dying Light 2 trailers, kidnapped Aiden’s sister Mia once they had been youngsters, and naturally, Aiden is extremely hungry for solutions. In the trailer, Aiden questions a few individuals who appear to have some data of the scenario, however he is informed the data can be “expensive” to acquire.
At one level within the trailer, an unseen character makes reference to unique Dying Light protagonist Kyle Crane. As the digital camera pans throughout a (comparatively) calm, zombie-less rooftop, the character sighs, “Who would’ve thought the end of the world could be so peaceful? I wish Crane could’ve seen this.”
*Spoilers forward for Dying Light and its enlargement, The Following*
Kyle Crane barely survives the continuing zombie apocalypse in Dying Light, however in one of many doable endings in The Following, he is contaminated and presumably winds up turning right into a zombie. It’s unclear if it is this ending that Dying Light 2 will comply with, however it seems like we’ll be taught extra about Kyle Crane’s destiny regardless.
Techland lately clarified that Dying Light 2’s essential story is about 20 hours in the event you’re centered on simply beating the sport.