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Dying Light 2: Stay Human: Our Weapons Will Break Over Time [VIDEO]

In Techland’s Dying Light 2: Stay Human, there are several times when a protective device in your hand may give up at the worst possible moment, and you may throw it away because it’s no longer usable.

 

Techland published a new Dying 2 Know video for its long-awaited game, featuring the weapons. There will be nearly two hundred of them, so for once, it will make sense for us to say that everyone will find the right one for themselves and their respective playing styles. The video features Szymon Strauss, the game’s producer, revealing a few additional details.

“The world has changed, so the weapons [have] as well. You could find simple blades and wrenches in the first Dying Light — typical stuff for the post-apocalyptic world. Like everything, they wore out. So, after 20 years, you still can find those high-tier weapons, but they are either very expensive or challenging to find. People start building stuff from scraps and other materials on the fly,” Strauss said.

So you might resort to mostly improvised weapons. It isn’t the best idea to put all our eggs into this basket, though, due to their durability: “It depends on the class of the weapon. A high-quality axe, which is a rare thing to find, would be more durable than something that’s been just built on the fly. I imagine the second one would simply break after a couple of battles.

There is a chance [you can end up in a battle without a weapon]. It would be best if you were very well prepared for every one of your battles. I would strongly suggest having at least one modded weapon with you for special enemies, but besides regular weapons, you can also use other tools that are available in the world,” Strauss added.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human is another game that got delayed to 2022 (so when they said the game drops in December, our suspicion of a delay was justified!). It will arrive on February 4 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: WCCFTech

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