Dying Light lead designer discusses co-op and PvP

Shacknews caught up with Techland's Maciej Binkowski at Gamescom and asked about Dying Light's co-op and PvP gameplay.


Survival certainly isn't going to be easy in Dying Light, the latest survival game from Techland. Perhaps living through the harrowing night will be a little easier with a partner. With that in mind, Shacknews ventured to Gamescom to find out some more about Dying Light's co-op play.

"If you're a single survivor, there's only so much that you can do," Techland's Maciej Binkowski told Shacknews. "You might be the best solo survivor in the world and you might be just fine. But then again, bringing in more people... that's why societies showed up. That's why we have teams and nations, because cooperating makes us able to do more."

To learn more about Dying Light's multiplayer, both co-op and PvP, check out the full video below.

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