Are you looking forward to jumping from terrace to terrace and knocking some zombies around your head with a big and heavy lead pipe Dying Light 2? Reckon you can pull the fun of the game out in 20 days, sure? You may have to do so if you want to fully complete the upcoming open-world action game.
In a new tweet posted over the weekend, Techland announced that it will take around 500 hours to fully complete its upcoming survival sequel. That equates to just over 20 days of 24/7 gameplay, if you’re wondering.
“To fully complete Dying Light 2 Stay Human, you will need at least 500 hours – roughly the time it takes to walk from Warsaw to Madrid!” Studio proudly announced in a tweet.
However, a stunt can be a misnomer; a lot of replies to tweets suggest that 500 hours is a big request from players these days, with some users even tweeting to announce that they will cancel their pre-order.
In response to those who are tweeting furiously about the reality of pumping 500 hours into a single player game, Techland clarified its original statement, note: “500 hours involved in maxing out the game – completing all quests, finishing and exploring every corner of the world, but a casual player should complete the story and side quests and explore pretty much done in less than 100 hours, so don’t worry!”
What do you think? Does the game need to be that long? Are you willing to spend 500 hours in a game – replay over and over to get different endings, repeat open world operations to get all the unlocks and skill points you need? Let us know in the comments below.
If you want to pump that amount of time into the game while you’re on the go, don’t worry; Dying Light 2 coming to Nintendo Switch! If you want to play the game on PC, you can check system requirements here. If you want to read about countless game delays go ahead of it February 4 release date, tap the last link.
We promise it won’t take you 500 hours to read.
https://www.vg247.com/dying-light-2-how-long-to-finish Dying Light 2 will take ‘at least 500 hours’ to complete, according to Techland