During the new episode of Dying 2 Know, in which the developer team Techland reveals the most important details of their new game, Dying Light 2 Stay Human, “which has been postponed,” game producer Szymon Strauss revealed more details about the different weapons that can be tested during the game’s events. Their number is close to 200 weapons, which is a large number.
Where the producer stated that the traditional weapons that the first part witnessed became rare to obtain during this part, so players will have to try innovative and modified weapons, and Szymon indicates that one will need to prepare for each battle that he enters, and he will have to carry modified weapons to deal with enemies with special characteristics. Knowing that the events of this part take place a long time after the events of the first part, which is the reason for the scarcity of weapons in the last part.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human will now come to us on February 4, 2022 across home devices and PC, after it was coming next December.