Dying Light 2 is already gold, its development is over; no delays are foreseen

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Dying Light 2: Stay Human has reached the end of its development, known as the phase gold. Techland has communicated through the social network Twitter that the title is now ready to proceed with the editing processes and its subsequent publication for the premiere next February 4, 2022. There is no forecast of any kind of delay.

The message, which begins by thanking fans for the support of all these years, clarifies that they will invest the remaining time until the premiere to “make sure we offer the best possible experience”. The City will open its doors on February 4 with the aim of recovering the essence of action and survival typical of what is already a saga. This time designed under a much more vertical open world, just as post-apocalyptic and with greater emphasis on mechanics based on mobility; especially parkour.

The City awaits us: we’ve already played Dying Light 2: Stay Human

From MeriStation we have already tested the Techland title for several hours; in fact, we were able to travel to their offices in Poland to know the fate of Aiden Caldwell, the protagonist of the adventure. “Both at a narrative and playable level, it aims to be one of the outstanding products of the first months of the year”, we conclude in our impressions.

Similarly, we have been able to interview the head designer of the title, Tymon Smektała, which tells us what this return to the medieval Dark Ages will be like, with the exception that we will find ourselves in a modern city. “The new scenarios are adapted to the most advanced skills,” he told us, convinced that the ability of parkour will significantly improve the gaming experience; not to mention the constant evolution that we will experience through the skills acquired. They are currently in the phase of optimization of the game.

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Dying Light 2: Stay Human will go on sale next February 4th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS5, Nintendo Switch (cloud) and PC consoles. The study maintains that the versions of the last generation of consoles will work “well”.

Source | Techland


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