You Won’t See All Of Dying Light 2 Unless You Play It Multiple Times

Dying Light 2 is the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2015 smash-hit, and even though we’re not too sure when it’s going to be released, it’s definitely a must-have title for a lot of fans.

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As E3 2019 approaches, it’s seeming more and more likely that a concrete release date for Dying Light 2 will be announced, and Techland Publishing has made no secret of the sheer scale of the game.

According to  GamesRadar, if you want to see all of the quests in the upcoming title it’s going to be a serious time investment, as you’ll need to complete multiple playthroughs to see everything the game has to offer.

Now that’s what we like to hear!

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Expected to drop either this late this year or early in 2020, Dying Light 2 is definitely going to be showing up at E3, so even if we don’t get a release date we’re definitely going to be getting something.

Sharing the news on Twitter last month, Techland confessed this is its most ambitious project yet, saying: “We’re bringing Dying Light 2 to #E3. We can’t wait to show you the latest look at our most ambitious project to date. See you there!#DyingLight2 #E32019″

Not too much is known about the title yet, but with so much excitement surrounding the first game in the franchise, this is definitely something to get hyped about.

Considering Dying Light was an ambitious enough project itself – it’s going to be exciting to see just how Dying Light 2 is going to top that!

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E3 2019 is shaping up to be one helluva event, despite the lack of gaming top dog, Sony, having its own conference, and with the news that EA has also dropped out of having its own time on the E3 stage.

E3 kicks off June 11, 2019. Will you be watching?

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