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In 'Dying Light 2,' your choices determine your path to survival

There are plenty of parkour and zombies, too.
Billy Steele
06.10.18 in AV
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Among the truckload of world premieres at today's Xbox E3 event was the debut of Dying Light 2. The first-person apocalyptic survival sequel is equal parts parkour and zombies. This time, everything in the game changes based on your decisions, so you'll need to choose wisely while trying to stay alive. For example, you can choose to free up a water control point to help a nearby city or team up with people you meet rather than killing them. Depending on what you choose, what comes next in the game will be much different.

"Each player's game experience will be unique," narrative designer Chris Avellone explained.

There isn't much more info right now, but based on the short clips shown today, there's plenty of action -- both from the parkour and the combat. Although a lot of what's been discussed during the Xbox event today is coming in 2019, there's no release info yet for Dying Light 2. What we do know is that the open-world RPG will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. For now, take a look at what Techland showed off in the trailers down below.


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