Today, Techland expands Dying Light 2 Stay Human’s vibrant, action-packed world with “In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner,” the first free Chapter marking the beginning of Dying Light 2’s five-year support plan. Patch 1.4 debuts this free Chapter on June 14, plus the long-awaited Photo Mode feature and some new in-game content, events, and systems.
NEW CHAPTER – In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner
Your task is to help Harper, a Nightrunner of old, in his efforts to combat the Special Infected that are endangering the City’s people in exchange for access to powerful, never-before-seen equipment.
Chapter Agent — Meet Harper, a former Nightrunner that acts as your link to the new adventure. Find him at the Fish Eye Canteen and assist him in taking down the Special Infected.
New Rank System and Unlockables — Strengthen the bond between you and the agent by carrying out his tasks. With enough reputation points, you can rank up to unlock access to high-end weapons, outfits, and consumables.
Daily and Weekly Bounties — Face the Infected head-on in a series of daily and weekly night activities that will earn you reputation points upon completion.
2 New Currencies — To purchase new items, first, collect mutation samples off the Special Infected corpses and acquire unique Harper’s Tokens with each new rank.
New Enemies — Meet the deadly and fierce Mutated Infected, the Volatile Tyrant, and the Volatile Hive.
Chapter Mission — Purchase a special Chapter Mission Ticket from the Chapter Agent and test your mettle against punishing time trials that will test your stealth, parkour, or combat skills to their absolute limit.
New Feature: Photo Mode — Our fantastic community asked for it, so we gladly obliged. The Photo Mode feature is here! Take some photos to commemorate your adventures in the City!
D2K: At The Fish Eye – Photo Mode
Check out the newest episode of the “At The Fish Eye” series, where amazing Lead UX/UI Designer Marcin Surosz talks about the upcoming Photo Mode. You can watch this video here.
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