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Here are 8 minutes of new gameplay footage from the E3 2019 build of Dying Light 2

YouTube’s ‘MrRedRivers’ has shared a video, showing 8 minutes of gameplay footage from the E3 2019 build of Dying Light 2. Unfortunately the stream quality is not that great, however it will give you an idea of how this new Dying Light game plays like.

According to the YouTuber, this Dying Light 2 E3 2019 demo shows some sequences set in the new city of the game where our protagonist faces some zombies. The second part of the E3 2019 gameplay demo showcases the new parkour mechanics that will allow players to freely explore the city, and they will also able to move vertically to reach the roofs of the buildings.

“The Dying Light 2 gameplay continues with the protagonist who uses binoculars to find and mark the water tower, where after climbing the inside of the tower the player is face to face with characters, this part of the Dying Light 2 E3 2019 gameplay shows the dialogues between the characters and the various choices that the player is required to make to progress in the gameplay. The Dying Light 2 E3 2019 demo ends with a brief boss fight.”

Dying Light 2 is powered by the C-Engine, a new generation of Techland’s in-house technology dedicated to open-world action-adventure and action-RPG games. The game will also attempt to bring to life a unique post-apocalyptic vision of the Modern Dark Ages – a brutal, bleak and unforgiving reality where you are as likely to perish at the hand of a human as you are by the infected.

Dying Light 2 releases in Spring 2020.


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