‘Dying Light 2’ Game Sells More Than Five Million Copies

by Thomas Tuna

Dying Light 2 Stay Human has shown a lot of life this year.

Techland’s sequel to 2015’s survival horror game Dying Light launched in February, and has apparently been met with enthusiasm by gamers everywhere. Check out the Twitter post from the developers–courtesy of comicbook.com–on this page.

Techland this week said the sequel has already topped five million copies sold across all performs–which include Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. In addition, it was announced that Dying Light has sold more than 20 million copies overall.

In Dying Light 2–which features a zombie apocalypse-themed world set 20 years after the original game–Aiden Caldwell (voiced by Johan Scott) uses such tools as grappling hooks and paragliders to navigate the massive urban open world known as the City.

As in the original game, zombies are slow when exposed to sunlight, but become more aggressive and hostile at night.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on the Dying Light franchise.


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