Dying Light 2 – March 2021 developer update

"We will be ready to start talking about Dying Light 2 very very soon.""

Dying Light 2

Techland has released a video update on Dying Light 2 including new footage and asking that fans wait just a little bit longer before they start talking about the game again.

The video includes a 2021 end card, suggesting the game is planned for release this year. As is currently announced, it will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Additionally, Techland has launched a form to send questions directly to the development team, which will be answered in a series of short “Ask Me Anything” videos.

Get the video update and transcript below.

“We understand you are curious about the game because you want Dying Light 2 to be as good as you have imagined. And maybe you are even a little… impatient. Because you have waited a long time for a news about this.”

“This is a huge and complex project, and we needed time to make sure it will live up to our vision. All of us here are putting our hearts into delivering a game that you will keep playing for months. We will be ready to start talking about Dying Light 2 very very soon.”

“The whole team needs your trust and support, as this is what motivates us. Especially now when the circumstances are hard for everyone. We are proud of having such devoted fans as you, no matter how you express your feelings. And just for you, here is a small segment of what’s coming. Please, stay with us just a bit longer, and stay safe. Thank you.”

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