Techland has delayed Dying Light 2 from seventh December to 4th February 2022.
Techland boss Pawel Marchewka mentioned its parkour-infused open-world zombie sequel is full and in playtesting, however wants extra time for polish and optimisation.
Dying Light 2 has endured a fairly tumultuous few years of growth. It was introduced at E3 2018 through the Xbox press convention by role-playing sport author and designer Chris Avellone, who later left the undertaking following allegations of sexual assault.
During Microsoft’s E3 2019 press convention, Techland introduced Dying Light 2 was set for launch spring 2020, however in January 2020 Dying Light 2 was delayed indefinitely. In May 2020, experiences emerged that advised Dying Light 2 was in a sorry state, although Techland pushed back.
In January, Techland moved to reassure followers involved about Dying Light 2 after Paweł Selinger, who had labored as “narration designer” on the sport for the final two years, left Techland on the finish of 2020 after over 22 years on the firm.
An additional blow got here in February when a report shed extra gentle on the troubled undertaking, alleging chaotic, unfocused growth pushed by an overbearing CEO.
In March, Techland has admitted it introduced the sequel “too early”.
Marchewka’s assertion in full is beneath: