Your processor's Intel HD Graphics engine supports three DisplayPort (DP) 1.2 output streams and a maximum of three monitors. One of these will be used to support the internal eDP display. Whether the laptop exposes both of the other output streams to external connectors is the question. Almost every laptop I have seen supports only one external connector.
Now, even if there is only one external connector, all is not lost. If the output stream is exposed via a DP or USB-C connector, it is actually possible to connect two independent displays via this connector. This can be achieved two possible ways, (1) using a device called a MST Hub (MST Hubs supporting two DP or two HDMI monitors are available) or by daisy-chaining two DP monitors together (if these monitors indeed support daisy-chaining). In both of these cases, these two monitors will share the bandwidth of the single DP output stream, There will thus be limitations on the resolutions supported by these monitors (though it is still possible to connect two 1080p (1920 x 1080) monitors at up to 144Hz, two 1440p (2560 x 1440) monitors at up to 75Hz or two 2160p (3840 x 2160) monitors at up to 30Hz).
Note: For completeness, I will mention two things:
Hope this helps,