Dying Light 2 Stay Human is expected to be a higher level than the first game, and we thought it was an excellent open world zombie killing experience in 2015. The second game in the series has received a large number of game trailers on Gamescom and has been continuously updated over the years. Sadly, for various reasons, delay is a natural part of this industry and may be necessary. Of course, this is discouraging for players, but the development team usually bears the brunt. Today, Techland announced that “Dying Light 2” has been postponed to early 2022. CEO Pawel Marchewka provided some background information for this major decision in an email statement.
“The team is steadily advancing the production, and the race is close to the finish line,” said Marchoka. “The game has been completed and we are currently testing it. This is the largest and most ambitious project we have done so far. Unfortunately, we have realized that in order for the game to reach the level we envisioned, we need more More time to polish and optimize it… I’m sorry to keep everyone waiting, but we hope that the game can meet your needs and the highest expectations for the release. We don’t want to compromise in this regard.” You can read the entire statement here:
Marchewka continued that next month (October), as “Dying Light 2” preview events become more common before the end of the year, media and content creators will have access to PC and console versions of the game.He also thanked everyone for their support and huge fan base, “At the same time, we would like to thank all fans around the world —— Without your support and feedback, we would never have gone so far in this journey. ”
Dying Light 2 Stay Human will now be released on February 4th for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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