Dying Light 2: Stay Human reveals its weight and presence of micropayments
After several months of not hearing from him, Techland finally made a new debut of Dying Light 2: Stay Human, following the great success of the Polish study in 2015. In fact, it has already opened its own page on the main digital platforms, in this case the PS Store and the Microsoft Store, and we discover there relevant information about this next launch, such as its weight on the hard drive or the presence of micropayments.
As for the space that we will have to reserve for Dying Light 2: Stay Human on the hard drive of our consoles, in the Microsoft Store you can see that the game will occupy 60 gigabytes in the Xbox series. In the meantime, this is not specified in the PS Store, but the differences between the platforms are generally minimal, so a similar figure can be expected in the case of PlayStation 5.
Micropayments and multiplayer
What is confirmed in both cases is the presence of micropayments, since said game page describes verbatim that there are “Optional In-Game Purchases”, although it does not specifically specify what type, nor does not refer to which mode. These are probably micropayments linked to a cooperative mode for 2 to 4 players who will have Dying Light 2: Stay Human, a multiplayer that the Microsoft Store describes as will be cross-gen, something Techland was already promising at the time.
In this way, finally Dying Light 2: Stay Human leaves its mark between the releases of the next months, after rumors which indicated a certain toxic environment in the studio, in addition to the departure of a real luxury employee at the start of development such as Chris Avellone, after the charges received for alleged sexual harassment. Finally, we’ll see the game launch on December 7th, on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.
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