Techland will finally talk more about Dying Light 2 later this week for the first time in over a year. However, if you were hoping to get some kind of substantial information on the project, it seems like the studio has bad news for you. This rings especially true for those hoping to get a better idea of when the long-awaited sequel might be released.
Seen in RedditTechland community manager calling himself “Uncy” recently gave Dying Light 2 fans on Discord a good idea of what to expect from this developer update that is happening for the game in just a few days. Overall, Uncy told fans that they should keep their expectations for the event relatively low, especially since it’s just “a development update after all.” Uncy later confirmed that “there will be no release date announcement” of any kind this week. Instead, this update is more just to inform fans about the progress of the game and where it has been for the past year. Uncy then jokingly told fans to look on the bright side, as this news means that “there will be no delay announcements either.”
Uncy went one step further on Discord and also rejected the idea that this new update for Dying Light 2 in the coming days would reveal that the project as a whole has been canceled by Techland. The community manager did not provide any further details on this upcoming update, but said that after it happens, waiting until launch should be much easier for multiple potential players.
Speaking of launch, we still don’t know when Dying Light 2 will be released in the least, but the fact that Techland is ready to talk about the game one more time means we should start hearing a lot more in the weeks and months to come. And when the game finally comes out, it will be released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.