Techland announces in a Twitter statement that Dying Light 2, the sequel to its popular zombie and parkour game, has concluded its leading development, and they recall that it will debut next year.
The development of Dying Light 2 has suffered certain complications that have ended up leading to several delays. However, we can finally breathe easily since Techland has communicated through its Twitter account that the cooperative title of zombies and parkour is already gold. It will debut on February 4 on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Nintendo Switch consoles via cloud play. The study thanked users for the wait and support in the statement. It clarified that, although the leading development has been completed, they will continue working to offer the best possible experience these months.
Dying Light 2 has gone gold!
It wouldn’t be possible without your support over all these years – we will spend an additional time making sure that we’ll deliver the best possible experience for you.
Thank you for being with us!
Can’t wait to meet you in The City on February 4th! pic.twitter.com/2I6KHrmW14
— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) November 30, 2021
” Dying Light 2 is already gold! It would not have been possible without your support over these years; we will take extra time to make sure you get the best possible experience. Thank you for joining us! We can’t wait to meet you at The City next February 4 “, the company has communicated. Tymon Smektala, the lead designer of the game, has shared his enthusiasm through a press release shared by Gematsu and expanded on Techland’s statement. “We are very excited about this, and now we can feel that it is happening!”
“This is the final and crucial moment for us. The game is ready to be manufactured, but we are not going to slow down,” Smektala stressed. “The fact that the game is finished and that we have achieved gold status within two months of its release is a great sign, but it doesn’t mean our work is done here. There are still some updates and tweaks to add and feedback from the community to implement, but the foundation is solid and ready to play. I’m so proud of the whole team! ” Of course, it is a relief that Techland takes user feedback so seriously and that developers will implement improvements before the launch.