After dropping players into a zombie-infested city only five months ago, Dying Light 2 Stay Human is inviting those who haven’t taken the plunge into the city of Villedor at a fantastic price. Techland’s zombie apocalypse survival game is now on sale for $35 (normally $60), a markdown of nearly half its original price. The game follows the story of Aiden Caldwell, a traveling survivor known as a “pilgrim” who is searching for his long lost sister.
The game offers hours of content on its own–Techland famously said it would take 500 hours to “fully complete”–but the developer also recently laid out the first phase of the game’s planned five-year post-launch roadmap, which will include both free and paid updates. The first major free update–called In The Footsteps Of A Nightrunner–was added last month, while multiple “booster events” have come since the game’s initial launch.
When the game launched back in February, GameSpot’s official Dying Light 2 review said “even a dozen hours after I rolled credits, I’ve found myself going back to the game to do another parkour challenge, rummage through another abandoned science lab, or just see if I can get from Point A to Point B without ever hitting the ground.” The game is available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC, with a Cloud Version coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.
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