Dying Light 2, sales on PC via Steam at over one million copies

Dying Light 2, sales on PC via Steam at over one million copies

Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2: Stay Human has totaled sales of over one million copies on PC via Steam, according to the surveys carried out by SteamSpy, which considers the number of users who own the game on the Valve platform.

However, we know that the total results recorded by the new chapter of the Techland series are higher, given that Dying Light 2 counted three million players in the first weekend, denying the hypotheses of a possible fiasco.

The findings of SteamSpy are not precise, in the sense that they indicate a possible range of users (in this case between one and two million) and it does not matter who keeps their purchases on Steam private. However, also considering the other digital platforms for the PC version, we are talking about an interesting estimate in any case.

A result, the one that is emerging, definitely higher than expectations if we think of the positive but not exciting votes of Dying Light 2: Stay Human, which arrived at launch with some glitches and a general lack of gameplay refinement.

Aspects that we also highlighted in our review of Dying Light 2: Stay Human, along with some bitters observation about the narrative sector of the game.

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Dying Light 2 has a large and cool Doom Easter egg in it. It’s very nice, complete with a special new shotgun and a visual filter that makes the game look more retro. However, the folks at Techland decided that wasn’t enough and stuck a separate and also cool Star Wars Easter egg in this already elaborate secret level.

As a person who really liked Dying Light 2, enjoys video game Easter eggs, and adores silly weapons, I’m not mad at all. And as someone who considers himself a big Star Wars and Doom fan, I’m really, really not complaining.

This cool secret-in-a-secret was spotted by PC Gamer and thankfully YouTuber AshesWolf created a handy little video guide showing you just how to unlock these hidden Easter eggs.

First, you’ll need to find five creepy rubber ducks. Then you bring those to a Hellish location found under Dying Light 2's tallest building. Using wires, you create a pentagram-like symbol and open a portal to the Doom Easter egg, which is a recreation of the opening level of the classic and iconic shooter. That alone would be enough for a blog post from me. But no, there’s more.

Eventually, towards the end of the level you’ll find a wall where, in the original Doom, there is a hidden door. Well, Dying Light 2's recreation also has a secret door. Go in and you’ll eventually find a blueprint that will let you force choke enemies in the game, just like Darth Vader. The blueprint’s description even directly references a line from Star Wars: Rogue One, when Vader chokes a guy while telling one of the dumbest dad jokes in the galaxy.

Dying Light 2 has some other cool Easter eggs in it too, including a fully working bicycle and hoverboard. PC Gamer also covered a secret that turns your hand into a working gun.

It makes sense that Dying Light 2 has all these secrets and silly Easter eggs in it. The first game, also developed by Techland, was filled with similar stuff, too. See, zombie apocalypses can be fun.

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