Dying Light 2 is a sequel many felt was never going to come out until we finally got some news on the game this year, not only revealing a release date but some of that fine gameplay as well.
Right now, Dying Light 2 has been confirmed for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC, with a lot of people hoping it comes to other platforms and services like Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, or even GeForce NOW.
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Is Dying Light 2 Coming To GeForce Now?
While Dying Light 2 has yet to be confirmed for the GeForce NOW service, mostly because the service itself doesn’t announce games until they’re out already, it’s worth noting that the first Dying Light is already there.
It wouldn’t be impossible to imagine seeing Dying Light 2 on the GeForce NOW service when the game releases in December or a few months after, either way, this is something fans want and there’s always a chance they’ll get it.
You can imagine why fans are so pumped for Dying Light 2, not just on GeForce NOW but also the current systems it’s been listed for.
Dying Light really was something special when it first came out, giving players a huge zombie-infested open-world with parkour skills that are really fun to pull off, hence the immense popularity.
Considering how long fans have been waiting for a sequel, we can only hope that Dying Light 2 lives up to expectations and becomes a worthwhile follow-up to an excellent game.
Dying Light 2 is coming out on December 7 for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.