The story of Dying Light 2 only takes 20 hours to complete.

The story of Dying Light 2 only takes 20 hours to complete.

In a few weeks it will be released Dying Light 2: Stay Human on all modern platforms and its developers have been trying to increase the expectation, so this weekend they boasted that the game offers up to 500 hours of gameplay to complete it to 100%. However, today they had to clarify that the main story only lasts 20 hours.

Although for many players it is important to know that a video game offers many hours of gameplay before spending on it, the news of the 500 hours to finish 100% Dying Light 2: Stay Human was not very well received by the gaming community, so the developers had clarified that it takes around 80 hours to finish a game.

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Since 80 hours is still quite a long time, Techland developers had to clarify the duration of Dying Light 2, saying that 80 hours takes into account all main and side missions. However, if you are only interested in playing the main missions, it is possible to finish the story in as little as 20 hours.

This data sounds more like what we would expect from a modern open world production, although now players are concerned that Dying Light 2: Stay Human Base its replayability on recycled content. It should be clarified that to finish the game 100% you need to finish all the main missions, the secondary missions, see all the elections, endings and go through every corner of the map. This is how we would get to 500 hours of gameplay.

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Meanwhile the players seem to be calmer with the duration of Dying LightAlthough most likely not everyone dedicates 500 hours to the game, surely the most passionate fans of the franchise will have no problem reaching this figure. Dying Light 2: Stay Human will come to Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, PlayStation 5, PC and Nintendo Switch, although the latter via the cloud.