If you don’t have 500 free hours, you can pass Dying Light 2: Stay Human in 20 hours.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human’s release day is February 4, 2022
Dying Light 2: Stay Human is finally here. Since it was originally slated for 2020, the long-awaited sequel will be released on February 4, 2022, and no one is going to delay its release for now.
However, Techland – Dying Light 2 developer, got a rather negative reaction over the weekend for a completely different reason. It takes 500 hours to complete Dying Light 2.
The revelation was presented as something positive, and perhaps an explanation for why the Dying Light sequel took so long.
Nevertheless, many reacted badly to revelations that players would have to sit with it for almost three weeks to do anything at Dying Light 2. Or, as Techland put it, almost as long as you walk from Warsaw to Madrid.
Techland has responded to your concerns
Fast forward a few days and Techland sees your concern and responds to it.
The next tweet from the 500 hour bombshell made it clear that the story of Dying Light 2 was much, much shorter.
The main story of Stay Human will last about 20 hours, while the story plus all side quests will last about 80 hours.
There’s still plenty of time for the latter. But something that made those who dread having to play the game for 500 hours heave a sigh of relief.
Techland has explained what exactly you’ll be doing in those 20+ days
For those of you who still want to immerse yourself in Dying Light 2 for 500 hours, Techland has also explained what exactly you’ll be doing in those 20+ days.
In addition to the story and side quests, an additional 420 hours will be spent exploring the various options and alternative endings, listening to every line of dialogue, discovering every collection, and exploring every corner of the map.
In an ideal world for Techland, everyone would be playing Dying Light 2 for 500 hours. Of course, this will not happen.
Only a small percentage of the number of players will most likely invest a lot of time in the game.
Techland’s developers realized this and made sure that Dying Light 2 was made with different styles and preferences of the game in mind.
Enjoy Dying Light 2: Stay Human gameplay for as long or as little as you want when it starts on February 4th.
Source: The Gamer