Techland’s Dying Light 2 came out in early February as a zombie-fighting parkour game, and it’s a good thing: we gave it 84 percent, mostly because the guy who fell from the tall building was cool. The developer plans to support the game over the next few years, as per the original, and has already shared some upcoming features, including a new Game Plus mode.
The studio has now put out a press release announcing that it has sold 5 million copies of Dying Light 2 as of February 28, 2022, “and that number is growing significantly every month.” The press release It is also noted that lifetime sales of the original game have exceeded 20 million.
Both games were also flagged for mostly positive reviews on Steam, which isn’t surprising, especially for the original game, which benefited from a massive post-release pipeline of free and paid DLC. Techland has made it clear that it intends to repeat this in the sequel, teasing something new when it wraps up its sales announcement next week. The current commitment is over five years of support, including free and paid DLC.
Posted by Techland Ambitious roadmap for January This suggests that Patch 3 will also bring a series of events around the mutated infected, while the first story DLC is still scheduled for release in June.
Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka added: “The success of the Dying Light series is a great example of how we create unforgettable experiences for our players.”