Dying Light 2 Stay Human showcases its parkour and combat skill tree in detail

Dying Light 2 Stay Human showcases its parkour and combat skill tree in detail

Techland shares a video and details about the Dying Light 2 skill tree, related to combat and parkour, that you can use offensively.

Dying Light 2 is one of the most anticipated games of the first third of 20222. It will come out February 4, 2022, amidst many heavyweights like Pokémon Legends Arceus, Elden Ring, and Horizon Forbidden West, but the Techland open world zombie game has many attractions to call the players, both who will play the first as new.

Action and survival games against zombies with cooperative multiplayer there are many, but if there is something that characterizes Dying Light it is parkour.

In Dying Light the key to survival is to flee and run across the rooftops of the city to avoid the hours of zombies … although the more time you spend in the city of Harran, you will learn to use parkour also to attack and defend yourself.

Less than a month after its launch, Techland has shared this video in which some of the skills are seen both fighter like parkour that we can learn in Dying Light 2 Stay Human.

As in the first game, you will earn experience points in two different fields, depending on your actions. Scrolling actions (climb, jump, run) are rewarded with parkour points; and combat (eliminating enemies and making combined attacks) reward with combat points: the more complicated the movements, the more points you earn.

Complex actions are worth doing, even with the risk of failing in the first attempts, because in the long run you earn more points and gain skills that enrich the experience. For example, you can grab and throw enemies, Or combine them with a stomp to stomp on the heads of downed enemies and kill them instantly.

Also, parkour skills can be combined: sprinting, using a double jump, wall run, floor slide… or combine them with attacks, such as a kick when sliding

Dying Light 2: Stay Human sale February 4, 2022 on all platforms: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PC, and even Nintendo Switch in a cloud version. This week we publish a report with everything we know about the game.





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