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    Delve Into The Multidimensional World Of Dying Light 2 And Hear More About The City’s Inhabitants And Their Way Of Life

    In the latest episode of Dying 2 Know More, Thomas Gerbaud, World Director of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, walks eager survivors through The City and its people in great detail. Following the fall of civilization, people have come together to create a new way of life in the face of the infection. Players will discover this world and its inhabitants through Aiden Caldwell’s eyes, with the consequences of his actions disrupting their everyday lives.

    In this episode, viewers will learn more about the game’s post-apocalyptic setting and the way of life in The City. The Peacekeepers play a central part in this, and Thomas Gerbaud shares new details about their strict adherence to law, order, and hierarchy. The inhabitants are a product of the world around them, demonstrated by the game’s rich environmental storytelling.

    For Thomas, the aim was for players to get a true sense of the world’s people, rules, and way of life from their own exploration of and interactions with it. Every location is filled with tiny details that make the world feel more textured and complex while helping players comprehend the many facets of The City.

    Tune into this episode of Dying 2 Know More to find out about the citizens’ lives in Dying Light 2: Stay Human and all the little details that make the world feel even more real.

    Dying Light 2 Stay Human, published by Techland, launches on February 4, 2022, on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch (Cloud Version).

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