Dying Light 2: Stay Human is an open world RPG zombie survival game by Techland. Scheduled for launch on February 4, 2022 for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, old players and newcomers are in for a treat as Techland builds upon its already popular first installment with a sequel that spices the narrative with multiple different struggling factions.
In this Dying Light 2: Stay Human – The Ultimate Guide, we’ll teach you all the best tricks and trips before free running your way through the zombie horde in the vicious and ruthless city. Learn where to get the best equipment, how to build Aiden up, and how to improve your relationships with the factions in The City.
This guide is still a work-in-progress, we will be frequently updating it with new content so be sure to come back whenever you need help. If you’re curious what we think of the game, you can check our Dying Light 2: Stay Human review over here.
Techland’s Dying Light 2: Stay Human is expected to launch on the following platforms this February 4, 2022:
Xbox Series S|X
Nintendo Switch (Cloud) is expected to be coming soon.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human will launch with four different editions:
Standard – $59.99
Deluxe – $79.99
Ultimate – $99.99
Collector’s – $230
The Deluxe edition of Dying Light 2 will come with digital deluxe items as well as the first DLC of the game. For those who purchase at retail of this edition will also get the Steelbook case.
The Ultimate edition will include everything from the Deluxe edition but adds ultimate digital items to the game as well as entitles you to the second DLC of Dying Light 2: Stay Human.
The Collector’s edition is mighty expensive but comes with collector’s items you won’t get anywhere else. This includes a “Defender of the City” Statuette.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human Tips and Tricks
Take the Time to Loot Enemies
You’re going to be stepping over a lot of dead bodies in the game. And I’m not just talking about the zombies. Human enemies have better loot but infected corpses hold trophies that are necessary into crafting certain items and upgrading equipment. Consider taking a minute or two to loot your foes as they also hold valuable weapons or armor on them. Think like a survivor.
Sell Your Valuables and Unneeded Equipment
Vendors are a great source of anything you need. But you need the dough to pay for them. After looting, scavenging valuables, and taking equipment make sure to sell them to vendors instead of hogging them. You can use the Old World Money you get from your sales to buy some powerful mods and equipment.
Stick to the Rooftops
Don’t go down into the streets unless necessary. You’ve got parkour for a reason. The streets are littered with infected and other foes that makes traversing the streets a challenge.
Don’t Get Surrounded
One of the easiest ways to die is via getting careless. Getting surrounded makes it impossible to defend yourself. I’m not just talking about zombies which are easy to outrun but human enemies will be ruthless when facing you. Keep them at a distance with a bow or find a narrow lane to take them out one-by-one.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human Trailers
Here are all Techland’s trailers for Dying Light 2: Stay Human.