It’s been sev­er­al years since Dying Light 2 was first intro­duced and today Tech­land revealed new Dying Light 2 details dur­ing a stream. Fans have been wait­ing for this sequel since the orig­i­nal released, and now they can grab a pre­order copy right now at a few major retail­ers. Those who snag any edi­tion of Dying Light 2: Stay Human ear­ly will get in-game bonus­es, and there are sev­er­al dif­fer­ent edi­tions to choose from.

Dying Light 2 Preorder Bonuses

Dying Light 2 Preorder Guide: Editions, Bonuses and More

No mat­ter what edi­tion you pre­order, they all come with the same pre­order bonus­es. This includes the Reload Pack, which con­sists of a weapon, paraglid­er skin, and out­fit to use in the game. If you pre­order a phys­i­cal edi­tion at Wal­mart, you’ll get three exclu­sive art cards.

Preorder Dying Light 2 Standard Edition

Dying Light 2 Preorder Guide: Editions, Bonuses and More

Dying Light 2’s stan­dard edi­tion is avail­able to pre­order for $60 across all plat­forms. Pre­order­ing a dig­i­tal or phys­i­cal will grant the Reload Pack.

Preorder Dying Light 2 Deluxe Edition

Dying Light 2 Preorder Guide: Editions, Bonuses and More

Dying Light 2’s Deluxe edi­tion comes with the first post-launch sto­ry DLC and a bunch of oth­er extras:

  • Leg­endary skin pack
  • Exclu­sive weapon charms
  • Wall­pa­pers
  • Dig­i­tal comic
  • Dig­i­tal soundtrack
  • Dig­i­tal artbook

If you pre­order a phys­i­cal Deluxe edi­tion, you’ll also get a steel­book case. 

Preorder Dying Light 2 Collector’s Edition

Dying Light 2 Preorder Guide: Editions, Bonuses and More

Dying Light 2 has a rather mas­sive Col­lec­tor’s edi­tion, com­ing with all sorts of bonus­es. Those who pur­chase this Col­lec­tors edi­tion will get all the extras from the Deluxe edi­tion, plus a stat­uette with UV lamp, a themed flash­light, UV stick­ers, an art book, and a map of the city.

Dying Light 2 takes place 20 years after the events of the orig­i­nal. You play as the pro­tag­o­nist Aiden Cald­well, an infect­ed human with some pret­ty amaz­ing zom­bie-killing skills. He is sad­dled with the respon­si­bil­i­ty of rebuild­ing the city, as civ­i­liza­tion as a whole has crumbled. 

As was demon­strat­ed in the lat­est game­play trail­er, Dying Light 2’s uni­verse reacts to the play­ers deci­sions. There are com­pet­ing fac­tions through­out the city that you can either befriend or betray, giv­ing a unique expe­ri­ence with the free­dom to take your adven­ture wher­ev­er you like. Dying Light 2: Stay Human sup­ports coop­er­a­tive play for up to four play­ers, and like­ly some per­for­mance improve­ments for next-gen versions.