Dying Light 2 has been delayed multiple times, but don’t worry; this highly anticipated zombie game will be released shortly.
When will Dying Light 2 be released? Back at E3, Techland unveiled the sequel to their parkour zombie game.
It has not been released four years later, but there is optimism – you won’t have to wait much longer.
We’ve seen a lot of information about the game’s gameplay, location, plot, and several gameplay footage.
Techland is significantly expanding on Dying Light 1’s parkour mobility – it’s safe to say that this isn’t your ordinary undead shooter.
Dying Light 2 is set in a decaying metropolis battling to stay together amid conflicting factions, so you’ll have to deal with more than zombie monstrosities. Your actions and the organizations you join will influence the environment around you, allowing you to reap the benefits if you can stomach the drawbacks.
Here are the most recent Dying Light 2 facts, including the Dying Light 2 release date and trailers.
Dying Light 2 will release on February 3 at 4 pm PST / 7 pm and midnight GMT on February 4.
Dying Light 2 was supposed to be released in spring 2020; however, Techland stated that it had been postponed indefinitely. Techland has denied allegations that Dying Light 2 is stuck in development hell.
The delay was revealed on Twitter by the official Dying Light 2 account. A further delay was reported, pushing the December 2021 delivery date to early 2022; the complete announcement may be seen below:
Dying Light 2 review
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Dying Light 2 multiplayer
Dying Light offered co-op, but Dying Light 2’s multiplayer takes a different approach.
The four-player co-op mode returns; however, owing to the decision-based storyline, three players must join one host’s game.
DYING LIGHT 2 DLC
Smektala revealed intentions for Dying Light 2 post-launch content, stating that preparations for years of support have already been prepared.
This is no surprise to Dying Light 1 gamers, who have received support from Techland since 2015, including The Following expansion pack in 2016.
Although plans for Dying Light 2 DLC have yet to be announced, we can be confident that Smektala understands our need for new updates, as seen by his vow to provide them.