Game news Dying Light 2: The functioning of the weapons revealed, but a feature may displease
Dying Light 2 has recently been pushed back to February 4, 2022, but the developers have assured that there are a lot of things we can discover in October. In the meantime, Techland provides an update on the weapon system in a new developer diary.
Dying Light 2 : Stay Human se déroule 20 years after the apocalypse and Techland notably wanted represent the passage of time through arms. Szymon Strauss, the producer of the game, therefore begins by explaining that weapons are rarer and more expensive that in the first opus, but also that they underwent the pangs of time. DIY rusty machetes, firearms to repair, everything is designed to show that we are in “survival” mode. But the feature that may not appeal to everyone concerns the durability of weapons. Indeed, as in the first opus and as in a certain Breath of the Wild, the weapons will wear out.
The best guns will obviously wear out less quickly than hastily crafted ones, but they will inevitably end up breaking. However, the elements collected during the exploration will make it possible to repair the weapons you want to keep Longer. The sound of these weapons has therefore been worked on for a long time to warn players of the level of wear. Obviously, players will be able to use many types of weapons, ranging from machetes to grenades, machine guns, bows, pistols, adjustable wrenches and a whole bunch of weapons made from other elements.
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