We recently learned that the Dying Light 2 survival game will not take 500 hours to finish unless that is your desire, and unfortunately, the development team announced a while ago that the cross-platform feature will not be available at the time of launch.
Just like the first part, the Dying Light 2 story can be completed through co-op with up to four players, and all four players must be on the same platform, and you can also go online and find other players outside your friends list to play with, according to the chief designer. Tymon Smektala from Techland, the game will not support cross-play between different devices or even between different generations of the same platform.
The feature of cross-play between different platforms will not be available at the time of launch, and the same is true for cross-play between different generations of the same platform, but we are working to provide these features after launch.
It is noteworthy that the Techland studio explained in the last period that game events need 500 hours to do everything, such as reaching every end, exploring every inch of the world, and completing every mission, while the average game finish, even if it includes some side missions, takes less than 100 hours.
This means that 500 hours is meant to finish 100% of all the content the game provides, and for those who focus on side and side missions and exploring the virtual world only, the title should take them less than 100 hours to finish its events.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be released on February 4, 2022 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
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