Loads of Options make Dying Light 2 Stay Human a Enthralling RPG
The main mission is accompanied by a variety of side-quests, which are rewarding to complete thanks to a slew of optional capabilities that enhances the games smart progressive system and helps gamers utilise Aiden’s unique parkour skills to traverse the vast metropolis.
There is so much going on such as time trials, negotiating dark dungeons crawling with zombies, scaling windmills, fetch quests and puzzle boxes like helping to restore electricity and running water to various sections of the city, and having the choice of handing control of that part of the city to the civilian survivors or the military peacekeepers.
These mini-missions feed into the game’s many progression systems so that it feels like you are constantly becoming a stronger and more adept pilgrim. There is an endless throve of rundown apartments to search for crafty materials, difficult enemies to defeat for enhanced gear and concealed caches to unlock upgrades for Aiden’s skill and agility.
Melee encounters have evolved since its first outing with an array of blocks, parries, dodges, parkour-style attacks and health status effects; combined with scaling edifices, scurrying across rooftops while being hunted by hordes of zombies and paragliding over the city; this sequel takes what made the original game popular to a whole new level.
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The game is visually-stunning, with impressive wide panoramic views, brief loading screens and a great sense of scale ensuring gamers will be fully immersed in this open world.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is not perfect though, gamers might be frustrated by side quests on allied bases that require Aiden to keep his feet on the ground, which is a departure from the parkour-style movement on rooftops and paragliding over the city, but this is only a minor complaint.