The official Twitter profile of the game announced that it will take about 500 hours to complete. So that darkness does not fall on the eyes of all who think to play this title, for the main and secondary missions you will have to set aside between 70 and 80 hours of free time, at a moderate pace of play. So, if you are only interested in missions, then this news should not touch you too much. But if you are one of those who wants to have 100% unlocked content in every game, then playing Dying Light 2 will be a real treat for you.
For comparison, the first part of 2015 could be 100% completed in about 50 hours, with the main story lasting 20 hours and with secondary tasks 35-40 hours. With subsequent expansions, that number climbed to just under 100 hours, which means that the Dying Light 2 is at least five times bigger and only as a game itself, without any additional content. Last year, it was announced that activities in the world of Dying Light 2 were inspired by those from Red Dead Redemption 2, which means we could expect some random events on the streets of post-apocalyptic Villedor.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be released on February 4 on last and current generation consoles and PC platforms. Next week on Thursday will air the last episode of the Dying 2 Know, a show where we should finally get a gameplay view on consoles.