Bad news for all fans who are longingly waiting for Dying Light 2: It will be postponed again. A new date has already been set and there is good news anyway.
What happened? The developers of Dying Light 2: Stay Human have shared via Twitter that the zombie game has to be postponed. The main reason is optimization. Nevertheless, they give a positive outlook and a new release date. You can quickly find all the content here:
- That’s why Dying Light 2 has been postponed
- new release date known
- The press continues to have access
Dying Light 2 new release date and still some good news
Why was it postponed? In the tweet shared by the Techland development team, there is talk of a finished Dying Light 2. In the test phase, however, you noticed that there is still a bit of a problem. Which corners are not yet completely round remains a secret. Here is the exact statement:
“Today, we have important news to share with you about the development progress on Dying Light 2 Stay Human.
(…) The team is steadily progressing with the production and the game is nearing the finish line. The game is complete, and we are currently playtesting it. (…) Unfortunately, we’ve realized for us to bring the game to the level we envision, we need more time to polish and optimize it.”
Update regarding release date. pic.twitter.com/xAx1RMbw0X
— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) September 14, 2021
What’s the new release date for dying light 2? The new release for Dying Light 2 is set for February 4th, 2022. Fans on Twitter find this hard to believe. After all, it’s not the first time the project has been postponed.
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This is a good thing: In the meantime, until the release, the press and YouTubers / streamers should receive the first versions of Dying Light 2. There is no embargo on these versions, which means that you can be informed directly from then on. Images should then also be available.
In the coming months, the developer Techland will likely provide further updates on the status of the development. We hope this will be the final postponement.