The creators of Dying Light 2: Stay Human published an interview with lead game designer Tymon Smektala, who talked about the abandoned buildings in the game and their destinations. These locations play an important role role not only in gameplay, but also in the development of the City. As you progress through the game, you can restore buildings by changing their appearance and purpose.
So, for example, they can become bases for factions and show their philosophies, goals or way of survival. Smektala named some types of buildings: an art workshop (his favorite), a bakery, Smokehouse, Pumpkin Farm, and Peacemaker Academy.
There will also be unique sellers, NPCs, valuable items, new quests and challenges in Working Buildings — the latter are divided into parkour and fights. Battle trials will test the player‘s skills in extreme situations, and parkour trials will offer to perform a delivery or take part in a checkpoint race.
Also, Smektala said that one of the developers are a big fan of parkour and platformers, so you can find really interesting challenges in the game. Dying Light 2: Stay Human will be released on February 4, 2022 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC.
In the meantime, fans can play the Dying Light Hellraid update, which adds new areas, challenges, its own weapons, unique magic weapons, and more more potions. The update is available for free to all Hellraid users on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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