Dying Light 2 updates a Greek tragedy with a volatile infected

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Second Dying Light 2 The audio story is here, and it’s a monster-ridden update of a Greek tragedy.

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The new audio story is titled Antigone, which is also the name of an ancient Greek tale of a young woman who defies her right to bury her dishonored brother’s corpse. The Dying Light version of the story substitutes a sister in a romantic relationship instead, and adds a rather two Storytelling devices (we’re listening to someone tell us about a story told a story), but the bones are still there, so to speak.

Being an audio story, the visual portion of the video is cut short, with one notable exception: at around 6:13, when the old woman explains that proper burial of dead people “has been the law for centuries,” the larger text changes. Goes “is” for a few seconds before returning to the title. A strange word to emphasize out of hundreds in the story, isn’t it?


ok go back First Dying Light 2 Audio Story And you’ll see the same thing happen: The video says Rosemary’s title for the entire time, except when it blips to “all” for a few seconds. Seeing a pattern now?

The words that have been emphasized so far are “everybody has.” Looks like we’ll have to wait for more audio stories to arrive before we find out what Techland is teasing; hope it’s not about drink our ovaltine.

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Sure, there’s tragedy left in Dying Light 2, but it There are also parkour and paragliders.

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