E3 2019: Dying Light 2 Looks Infectiously Good

E3 2019: Dying Light 2 Looks Infectiously Good

Say it with me now -- parkour!

pocru by pocru on Jun 11, 2019 @ 10:23 AM (Staff Bios)
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Personally, while Dying Light could hardly be called a poorly-received game, I always thought it deserved more credit than it got. Launching in the middle of an unusual zombie craze in the gaming industry, it never really got the recognition I felt it deserved for really pegging melee combat and interesting parkour movement, something games still struggle with. With that in mind, I’ve always been reasonably excited for Dying Light 2, but that hype was pumped up to 11 with the release of the latest trailer.
This is what E3 is all about.


 

This is Aiden. A survivor in an infected world. The fate of The City is in your hands. Dying Light 2 coming Spring 2020.

Dying Light 2 is the highly anticipated sequel to the award-winning open world survival horror action game. You play as Aiden, a new hero in a world torn apart by the ravages of the infection, where every decision counts and death lurks around each corner.


Look at that. The perfect fusion of Mirror’s Edge and Dead Island. I am sold.

Still, it looks as if we’re not going to get our hands on it for a while, which is sad, but I guess that’s the price you pay for a polished game.

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