After a few delays, Dying Light 2: Stay Human is finally here, and it’s packed full of apocalyptic action. There's a huge open world to explore, filled with buildings that need to be climbed and zombies that need to be slain. In such a massive world, it's good to know that the developers still find a way to include even the tiniest of details.
One of these tiny details can be found in the early moments of the game. While exploring an abandoned building with a companion named Spike, players will stumble upon the remains of a party, as well as a record player in one of the rooms. Eagle-eyed players will notice that the record on the record player says Who Do U Voodoo.
Fans of Techland's breakout zombie adventure Dead Island will know that song as the one heard in the opening cutscene of that game. Unfortunately, you can’t hear the music in Dying Light 2, but it is still a nice callback to a game that many fans of zombie games will remember quite fondly.
This does leave players with a little bit of hope that Dead Island 2 may be still on the Horizon. Even though the game has been passed around to a few different developers and Techland may no longer have a hand in it, fans of the original can take solace in the fact that Dead Island has not been forgotten
So there you have it, that is where you can find the Dead Island Easter Egg in Dying Light 2. While no one knows for sure if Dead Island 2 will ever come to fruition, this Easter Egg is a nice nod to a series that has clearly heavily influenced Dying Light.
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