As Dying Light 2 arrives after years of anticipation, accomplishment metrics reveal that fans are having difficulty completing the game’s most challenging obstacles. In Dying Light 2, players will find a plethora of side tasks, parkour time trials, and a wide variety of zombies to slaughter. It’s safe to assume that players will need some time to fully immerse themselves in this complex game. Techland predicted that it will take players 500 hours to complete Dying Light 2 before the game was released.
Even though the primary plot is a lot shorter than that, it’s still a substantial game that needs a lot of time and effort. With that stated, some gamers are pleased to have a game that keeps them occupied while they wait for the full version of the game. While the game has been released for a week, it appears that gamers are just beginning to explore its depths. Some Dying Light 2 figures released by Techland to Screen Rant show the most elusive milestones and trophies in the game, which are unique to the site.
The game has 17 million accomplishments and 11 million trophies, although there are a few that only a small number of players have achieved. Volatiles, precise blocks and headshots with the bow and arrow are among the most difficult challenges for players to overcome. Some of Dying Light 2’s numerous secrets have been discovered despite these difficulties, and gamers will almost certainly find more.
The player stats for Dying Light 2 on the Steam platform
Only 23% of people have succeeded in putting an end to a dangerous situation.
In Chase, just 14% of people have escaped the maximum level.
Only 11% of ranged-weapons shooters have fired at least 50 bullets at the head.
3 per cent of players have successfully completed a Perfect Block 10 times in a row without suffering any damage.
Only 0.1 per cent of Nightrunner trials have been completed.
0.001% of those surveyed have logged at least 960 kilometres of travel.
Player Stats in Dying Light 2 on PlayStation 2
One in thirteen people has put down a volatile person.
Only 12% have escaped Chase’s highest degree of difficulty.
A mere 5% of people have fired 50 rounds into someone’s skull while using a ranged weapon.
In just 6% of cases, the Perfect Block has been successfully completed 10 times in a row.
Only 0.1 per cent of Nightrunners have finished all of the trials.
The Xbox Achievement in Dying Light 2 is the most difficult to obtain.
Dying Light 2 is already a tremendous hit, as seen by data from Steam shortly after its debut. Techland also claimed that in the first weekend, the game had over three million unique players. Even if it’s impossible to say exactly how many zombies have been wiped out in the previous seven days, that doesn’t mean they haven’t been fighting hard. Techland’s zombie franchise will undoubtedly be around for a long time after this massive success.
Dying Light 2’s creator has already committed to sustaining the game for the next five years, so gamers will have a lot of time to devote to it. Some of the unusual Dying Light 2 milestones are expected to become increasingly frequent over the following few months and years because the first Dying Light had a steady player base even after its release. The future of Dying Light hasn’t been revealed by Techland, although the company has said that it’s open to the idea of making movies and spin-off games based on the series.