Dying Light 2 length and how long it takes to beat the story

Need to know the Dying Light 2 length and how long the story takes to beat? We’ve got some time estimates to give you a rough idea of how much time you’ll be spending splattering zombie brains across Villedor based on your preferred playstyle. The world of Dying Light 2 is also packed with open world activities to complete, areas to clear, and items to find that’ll easily distract you from the main story and can really bump up your completion time. Whether you want to power through the main story or aimlessly wonder the ruins of Villedor, this is what you need to know about the Dying Light 2 story length and how long it’ll take to beat.

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How long does it take to complete Dying Light 2?

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If you’re only interested in pursuing Dying Light 2’s main story, that’ll take you about 20-30 hours. This varies quite a lot depending on how much you explore or meander through the open world between quests, and even which choices you make. Some Dying Light 2 choices will allow you to skip small quest sections or will give you different quests altogether, leading to varying completion times.

Outside of the main story quests, you’ll have side quests to complete, Forsaken Stores to clear, GRE Anomalies to defeat, and lots more. With this in mind, a more typical playthrough will be more in the region of 50 hours or more. Completing side quests, night-time activities, and challenges between each story quest will cause you to rack up some serious hours to your overall playtime of Dying Light 2. When playing for our Dying Light 2 review, our final time clocked in at around 70 hours with plenty left to mop up afterwards.

Even if you don’t manage to complete everything Dying Light 2 has to offer before you complete the final quest, there thankfully is an endgame state that will allow you to go back and complete things you missed in your playthrough — however, players need to be aware that there isn’t a Dying Light 2 new game plus mode to play, unlike the first game. 

True completionists looking to 100% all side activities and collectibles will be looking at playthroughs well in excess of 100 hours, and multiple playthroughs will be needed if you want to see every possible outcome from your choices and then there’s always Dying Light 2 coop. Good night and good luck!

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