Techland today debuted the fourth episode of Dying 2 Know (D2K), an original web series that dives deep into the world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human. This episode gave gamers a closer look at The City, and went behind the scenes of the music recording process in Abbey Road Studios. Techland also revealed a collaboration with famous actress Rosario Dawson, who lent her talent to a major in-game character.

The fourth episode of D2K introduced Lawan, a new major in-game character portrayed by Rosario Dawson (The Mandalorian, Sin City). During the show, viewers learned more about Lawan’s role in the Dying Light story, her relationship with Aiden. You can check out the episode on Dying Light’s YouTube channel.

Techland shone a UV light on Dying Light 2 Stay Human‘s vast open world, with developers giving more details on how players’ in-game choices will revive The City and give the hope to rebuild civilization.

Viewers were also shown a behind-the-scenes video featuring the music recording process, created by Olivier Deriviere, in Abbey Road Studios, one of the most recognizable studios in the UK (previously used by artists such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd and U2). The end result, the track - Run, Jump, Fight - Main Theme Music Track from Dying Light 2 Stay Human, created by Olivier Derivière, feat. The London Contemporary Orchestra, for the very first time, can be listened to here. Moreover, Techland shared more insights about the composer’s approach to video games and how his vision and music were implemented into Dying Light 2 Stay Human.

For all players eager to enter the ravaged world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, the first Dying Light launches on October 19 on the Nintendo Switch.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human, published by Techland, launches February 4 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch (Cloud Version). Pre-orders are now available via All pre-orders will come with an exclusive digital Reload Pack, featuring a unique outfit, weapon, and paraglider skin.