Earn powerful weapons and gear through in-game carnage
Wrocław, Poland — June 30, 2022 — The latest free event for Dying Light 2 Stay Human is here and amps up the in-game carnage.
During the Bloody Summer event, the chance of cutting off limbs, slicing your enemies in half, or simply pulverizing them will be greatly increased. Moreover, some of the Hypermode rules will also apply, with more intense ragdoll effects and hit reactions.
The Bloody Summer event is also filled with awesome rewards:
● Chop off 1 limb to obtain a Harper’s Token, redeemable with Harper, the Nightrunner character introduced with “Chapter 1: In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner” seasonal content
● Cut off 300 limbs to obtain a Cutting Edge axe.
● Together with the entire community, slice off 3,000,000 limbs to obtain the Nightrunner Outfit.
Check out the special video for this event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MClMFLYve2s
Stay tuned, as this is only the beginning of Techland’s summer activities for Dying Light 2 Stay Human!
Techland is one of the biggest and best-known Polish game developers with studios in Wroclaw and Warsaw. For over 30 years, we’ve carried a tradition of providing gamers with unforgettable experiences. We’re an international team of over 400 highly-skilled professionals driven by a passion for gaming, always striving for the best quality.
We’re fueled by the support of our global community built on the foundation of successful AAA franchises such as Call of Juarez, Dead Island, or Dying Light. The gamers’ trust in our games has resulted in our newest project, Dying Light 2 Stay Human, selling more than 5 million copies across all platforms within the first month after release.
On top of continuously growing the world of Dying Light through a robust post-launch support plan for Dying Light 2 Stay Human, we’re also working on an unannounced AAA Open World Action RPG set in a brand new fantasy universe; our biggest project to date.
Techland’s mission strictly determines every aspect of our work: we want to create unforgettable experiences.