Dying Light 2 will delay its planned release in the spring of 2020.
Developer Techland will Formal announcement Today through social media.
"Our initial goal was to release Dying Light 2 in the spring of 2020, but unfortunately we need more development time to realize our vision," CEO Pawel Marchewka wrote in a statement.
The post continued: "We will share more details in the coming months, and we will respond to you as soon as we have more information." "We apologize for this unwelcome news. Our The number one priority is to provide an experience that meets our own high standards and that meets your expectations, our fans. "
Dying Light 2 was originally set to debut on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this spring, and is one of the first cross-generation games officially released for current and next-generation consoles.
For more information on Dying Light 2-four times its original size-read our in-depth interview with the team and freelance writer Chris Avellone.