With any luck, Dying Light 2 will be an even greater improvement over the first game and its DLC "The Following", both of which helped revitalize the zombie genre.
I'm sure you have a few questions about the studio's tantalising follow-up to that sleeper hit, but don't fret.
Finally, players' actions will actually have a tangible effect on Dying Light 2's world. Whether Techland will support it in the long-term as they did the first game has yet to be seen, but we don't see why it wouldn't be.More news: Rafael Nadal clinches record-extending 11th French Open title
Dying Light 2 take place farther along in a post-apocalyptic timeline where humanity has technically survived - but no longer resembles the society we know.
Dying Light 2 will expand the game setting and introduces new choice-based mechanics. Narrative designer Chris Avellone explained how this is going to be done, as your decisions actually have an effect over the course of the game.
In Dying Light 2, the plot is an organic, reactive entity that can weave in multiple directions, depending on how you decide to respond to situations in the zombie apocalypse.More news: Prey's Mooncrash DLC is available right the heck now
A gameplay demo was shown off revealing how consequences can affect the game, which can change what happens in the city.
Naturally, the updated visuals look stunning, and Techland seem to be making the most of the Xbox One X to show off all those rich colours and sharply drawn skylines. Across the story, the melee combat, the parkour movement, and other aspects of the game, we're giving players a completely new level of freedom.More news: Larry Kudlow calls Justin Trudeau's verbal attacks 'amateurish,' a 'betrayal'