Will Dying Light 2 really take 500 hours to complete?

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Dying Light 2 is reportedly 500 hours long according to the TechLand run Twitter account and it’s caused a bit of stir online.

The Xbox Series X combined with the Series S is Microsoft’s fastest-selling console generation, Take-Two has bought Zynga, the Twisted Metal reboot game has a new developer, and LEGO has decided to delay an upcoming Overwatch set over Activision Blizzard’s lawsuits surrounding reports of toxic work culture.

This week’s 5-Second review gets a little primal and the Coming Soon section is short but punches through decently with Windjammers 2 and Rainbow Six Extraction.

Thanks for watching and have a great weekend!

00:00 – Is Dying Light 2 really 500 hours?

03:05 – Xbox series X|S is Microsoft’s fastest selling gen

04:35 – Take-Two buys Zynga

05:45 – Twisted Metal reboot has a new developer

06:28 – LEGO delays Overwatch 2 set

07:04 – 5-Second Review

07:26 – Coming Soon

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