Dying Light 2 Stay Human “Gut Feeling” Update Livestream Set for April 20

Techland announces a livestream event to showcase the latest update, featuring enhanced combat physics, brutality, and Gear Transmog.

Techland, the developer behind the popular game Dying Light 2 Stay Human, has announced the upcoming Gut Feeling update, set to launch on April 20th. The developer will host a livestream on the same day at 11 AM PT to reveal new details and showcase the update’s content. The livestream will air on Techland’s official Twitch channel.

The Gut Feeling update promises several improvements, including upgraded combat physics, increased brutality, the addition of Gear Transmog, and new quests related to Techland Gamers and Goodies. While the specifics of the combat changes are yet to be revealed, fans can expect a more visceral and immersive experience than the current game.

In a recent tweet, Techland invited players to join the event:

“Say 👋 to the Gut Feeling Update! Let’s meet on Twitch and see what Techland’s team has prepared for you. Mark the date and don’t miss the show. 📅 April 20th, 8 pm CEST / 11 am PT 📺 You’re always welcome to co-stream the event! See you!”

This update is just one of many planned for Dying Light 2 Stay Human, as the developer intends to provide years of post-launch support. In June, players can anticipate further enhancements to the game, such as improvements to parkour mechanics, a revamped nighttime experience, and the addition of roaming Volatiles.

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