Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 Stay Human Adds New Game Plus

Whether or not you’ve already helped Aiden Caldwell hold onto his humanity in Dying Light 2 Stay Human, developer Techland wants to help you.

A Double XP weekend is now underway! Those just going into the game or those still making their way through the zombie-infested streets of Villedor won’t have to worry about all that lost XP in the night… well, not as much anyway. 

During the Trove of Crystals weekend, beginning on May 5th, the Dark Hollows of Villedor will be home to better crystal cores.

One of the greatest ways to develop Aiden’s abilities is to explore the nooks and crannies hidden behind chemicals that suck away his immunity. So on Blue Moon weekend starting May 12th, players will have greater immunity and chemical resistance to collect those goodies! Might I suggest running the GRE hospital sites if you haven’t done so already?

End four weeks of Developer-supported events with a flight of laughter. I use flight instead of fit because during Hypermode weekend on May 19th. You’ll be able to send enemies flying into the air with contact. 

If you want to be part of an exclusive club of 240 fans, why not try winning the Pilgrim’s Handbook — a physical book that’s scarce but 100%, not an NFT!

In related news, Techland announced Dying Light 2 Stay Human sold over 5 million units in its first month. The original Dying Light has sold over 20 million units since its launch. This year’s follow-up has been consistent with its sales “significantly growing each month,” according to Techland.

“The success of the Dying Light franchise is a great example of the unforgettable experiences we create for our players,” Techland’s CEO Paweł Marchewka mentions.