There have been many zombie games that have come out over the last couple of years. We've most recently been treated to Days Gone and World War Z. For the most part, they've been quite successful. However, one zombie game that's built a cult-like following is Dying Light. \n \nIt has a unique premise. Along with destroying and avoiding zombies, you get to enjoy some parkour action. Scaling over buildings and fences never gets old, especially with zombies at your back. We know the sequel has been in the works from the developers at Techland Publishing. \n \nE3 is just a couple of days away, and fortunately, Techland Publishing will be unveiling their baby Dying Light 2. Finally, we get to see what direction the game is going in and learn about what sort of environments players will have the chance to explore. \n \nAhead of this year's E3, fans of the series have been treated to some unique concept art. A lot of the images feature communities on top of rooftops. It makes sense give that these great heights provide a natural defense against the zombie hordes below. \n \nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/dkWS0xGutSY \n \nOn top of the roofs, we see farming areas that are all connected via bridges. It's an interesting concept that should be amazing to see play out in real time. Techland describes these rooftop communities as a way to rebuild society after the zombie apocalypse. \n \nThey aren't there for you to just look at, either. You'll be required to put just as much effort into them as the fellow community members. You essentially have your own city to raise from the ground up. The more you put into your city's development, the faster civilization can get back to where it once was. \n \nThese story elements are great to see. They establish a reason for completing the various activities in the game, instead of just mindlessly running around and trying to survive. This formula has gotten a bit stale and it looks like Techland is going in a different direction with Dying Light 2. \n \nNow that we know a little about the story and the direction Techland is going in, it would be great to see some actual gameplay footage. The first game was so addicting to play, especially if you're into games that involve a lot of running and jumping. There probably will be all sorts of new moves and skills to master. Expect to see some excitement announcements when Techland takes the stage in just a couple of days.