Techland is finally ready to offer new information on the development of Dying Light 2. The developer will release an update pertaining to the long-in-limbo sequel on Wednesday, March 17, giving patient fans a little more insight into the current state-of-play regarding the survival-horror release. The new info will be first announced via the official Dying Light Discord channel.
In a follow-up to Techland’s update announcement on Twitter, the developer admitted that it had jumped the gun on Dying Light 2‘s reveal, which took place way back at E3 2018. However, Techland said that production has been continuously moving forward since the initial reveal, and as such the sequel was not in any form of “development hell”.
Originally announced for PS4, PC, and Xbox One, Dying Light 2 was initially scheduled for launch in spring 2020, before being pushed back to an as-yet-undisclosed release date. Hopefully this week’s update will shed a little more (dying) light on the release, lest fans continue to consider the sequel dead and buried.
Source: Destructoid We’ll finally get a fresh update on Dying Light 2 this week