Horror as a genre is not everyone’s cup of tea. A good production of horror surely has the capability of ruining our sleep for a good amount of time. While some of the productions just end up as a different form of comedy, an intense horror production gets you to the nerve and ensures you get the surprise from all sides. Henceforth, we get to see characters of horror films, or horror shows with a certain aspect like a disturbing background, a disturbing origin. The narrative might change from time to time. Even horror games can make us forget nights, as we get past multiple plotlines and mission. While we always keep in mind games like the Dead Space trilogy, we cannot miss out on Dying Light.
First came in the year 2015, Dying Light has come with another plotline, which gets intensified. Developed by Techland Games, we get a zombie-adventure horror game with a twist. While we are going through a pandemic, in the world of Dying Light 2: Stay Human, the story is different. Welcome to an open world, infected by zombies. Aiden Caldwell comes 20 years after the release of the first Dying Light. With loads of parkour skills, like leaping off from ledges or perhaps climbing ledges, there is something about Dying Light that brings a different touch to the sub-standard perception of horror game. But are we going to see any follow-up? Will we get to see Dying Light turning into a trilogy? Read this article as we discuss all the possibility.
Dying Light 3 Release Date, Trailer, Gameplay & More
There are high chances that we can get to see Dying Light 3, which can complete a trilogy of the gaming title. While Techland games would be focusing on bringing more updates to the current title of Dying Light 2, we are waiting for an official statement. Henceforth, we can see this horror game coming out with another heavy plotline by the year 2026 to 2027. Depending upon that year, we might also see this coming for the next-gen consoles like PlayStation6. For more updates on Dying Light, follow DigiStatement, where we provide the latest updates on game titles and technology.