Discover more about Dying Light 2 Stay Human with a new audio story

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Techland have revealed a new series of ‘urban legends’ which are available as audio stories. These will fill out the back story of Dying Light 2 Stay Human and the first is available now.


Here’s more about the story.

“Rosemary” is an urban legend from the world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, created especially for people who like scary stories told by the bonfire at night. The “Rosemary” is the first in a series of short audiobooks about events so amazing that it’s hard to believe they might have happened. There are many such stories in the post-apocalyptic world of Dying Light 2, and the difficulties of surviving in a city full of dangers are an endless source of inspiration.

By sharing them with each other during meetings, citizens of The City can get closer to each other, allow a little respite and rebuild fragile social bounds. They also teach how to live and avoid trouble… and sometimes they just serve to drown out the sounds of the night, when from a distance players can hear monsters coming out of their lairs, and every rustle and step behind the wall portends danger.

Techland invites you to the fire, together with the residents of The City. Players will be able to feel like one of them – huddled at night by the light of a UV lamp, listening to another of the scary stories.

More ‘urban legends’ will be available in the future and will be in other formats, not just audio stories.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human launches December 7th on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. There’s a new promotional site that will let you discover what type of zombie you would become, and also reveals more about these new monsters.

Techland have also partnered with Dynamite Entertainment to create a comic book set in the Dying Light world, called Banshee: I Am The Cure.

Source: Press release


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