PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will be able to try out Dying Light 2: Stay Human on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

You knew it, the PlayStation Premium subscribers should be entitled to exclusive demos. This is the case for Dying Light 2: Stay Human.

A three-hour trial for PS+ Premium members

Sony has announced that PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers can now access a “free” demo (remember that the subscription is still paying) of Dying Light 2: Stay Human. Limited in duration, the demo will allow you to walk the streets of Villedor for three hours. It takes between 20 and 25 hours to complete the game’s main story on average, so you should have a good overview of the game and its mechanics during these three hours of play.

An amuse-bouche before the DLC

To access the demo, you must be subscribed to PlayStation Plus Premium (16.99 euros for one month, 49.99 euros for three months, 119.99 euros for one year). Then join the PlayStation Store, and you can download game demo on game page.

It should be noted that this demo could revive the craze of some for the game, little before the launch of its DLC. Originally scheduled for October 13, the Bloody Ties expansion has been pushed back to November 10. Remember that this DLC will offer you discover a new in-game location, Carnage Hall. In addition to this new environment, expect to be able to wield new weapons, access new quests and new challenges.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human was released on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC last February. The Bloody Ties DLC will be released on November 10.

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