Dying Light 2 delayed again:
For the fans of the Dying Light 2, here comes another bad news.
It’s been delayed again, and there was no new release date so far.
Polish developer Techland states that more time is required to develop in such a way that the whole vision is satisfied.
Dying Light will be released in both PS5 and Xbox Series X.
So the delay might be because of focus on the next-gen console rather than the current console.
About Dying Light 2:
This sequel delivers 100 hours of content and a 15-20 hour campaign. Actually, it was planned to release in 2019, but it has been to spring 2020, yet again its been delayed once more. Techland has given the time period of Dying Light 2 as the “new dark ages”.
The zombie apocalypse has pushed society back to a Hobbesian state of nature. And the humanity is just as likely to kill itself than be eaten up by the hordes of the undead. As for who you’ll be playing as that’s unclear, but it sure sounds like noted voice actor Troy Baker in the trailers.
This new protagonist will be somewhat more charismatic than Dying Light’s archetypal snooze-fest Kyle Crane. The direct gameplay footage of a few minutes was shown at E3 2019, and TechLand was happy for that.
The rich colours and the sharp lines of the sky were shown brilliantly. The demo has also given a clear idea about the combat mechanics. Without the featuring of the walking dead themselves, there is no Dying light.
The Plot of the Dying Light is straightforward.
It is Reactive entity that can twist in multiple directions, depending upon how you react to the situation in the zombie apocalypse. Some new stuff has to be done like complete a couple of extra missions, to fix the things that you think you wronged.