Monday, June 27

Dying Light 2: Techland says it will have no further delays and will arrive on February 4

The development of Dying Light 2 It has suffered several delays since it was announced at E3 2018 – too soon, according to Techland itself – with a date for spring 2020; then indefinitely delayed, reappeared this year with the intention of arriving in 2021, and delayed until February 4. The first quarter of 2022 already has major launches planned and players fear that Dying Light 2 suffered one more date change, but Chief Designer Tymon Smektala has assured that “there is absolutely no possibility” of another delay.

In an interview with MP1ST Smektala responds directly about that fear of another delay: “The game will launch next year in February, is what we are focused on and what we work on. There is no chance of that happening [otro cambio de fecha]”.

“The game has many variations and some are drastically different so you have to check each game, not just 1000 times but 1000 times multiplied by the number of variations in the game. That is the reason for the delays, as well as being our ‘baby’. It is our license, it is owned by the studio. We know we can’t launch a game if it’s not ready to goTechland knows the delay is disappointing but is better “than having a game that wasn’t ready to go on sale in the first place.”

Our last impressions

This week we have played Dying Light 2 and we tell you that the sequel “promises a stage, The City, which is a real pleasure to explore thanks to the improved parkour system and careful design. The combat system, while it could use a few tweaks here and there, is fun and visceral. How the experience changes between touring the world by day or by night is extremely interesting. It is a colorful and immersive game even though it is not the audiovisual show that the trailers promise us. But without a doubt, what makes us look forward to February 4 is its mission design (at least the main ones) thanks to its variety of situations, its characters, very well written dialogues and decisions that really they unleash unpredictable consequences in many cases. “

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