Open-world zombie motion recreation Dying Light 2 — now often known as Dying Light 2 Stay Human — might be launched on Dec. 7, developer Techland introduced Thursday during a livestream titled Dying 2 Know. The recreation had been beforehand delayed indefinitely, and was initially deliberate for a spring 2020 launch.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human is sure for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. The sequel will ship gamers to the City, described by Techland as “mankind’s last stronghold in the fight” in opposition to the virus that turned the inhabitants of Harran into zombielike creatures in Dying Light. The day-night cycle and parkour-inspired traversal of the unique recreation will return in Dying Light 2. Players will take management of a brand new protagonist, Aiden Caldwell, who joins up with a bunch of survivors often known as the Nightrunners.

Techland introduced Dying Light 2 at E3 2018 and confirmed off gameplay the next 12 months. In our preview of the sport from E3 2019, we in contrast it to a first-person motion film. “It can be dizzying at times, with the main character leaping from rooftop to rooftop, then grappling with enemies at close range,” we wrote on the time. “At other times it can be downright frightening, with tense standoffs against the undead deep inside dark, cavernous buildings.”

For Dying Light latecomers, Techland has a brand new bundle that includes the unique Dying Light and all of its downloadable content material referred to as Dying Light Platinum Edition. That model is out there for PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One, through the PlayStation Store, Steam, GOG, and Xbox Game Store.