Unfortunately, the return to the world of Dying Light will not take place this year. Techland has postponed the release of the highly anticipated sequel once again!
Dying Light 2 was originally intended to hit the shelves on December 7, 2021, but unfortunately it won’t. Techland, the studio behind both parts, surprised Twitter fans today with a sad news. The sequel to the hit from 2015 will premiere at the beginning of the coming year, on February 4 to be exact. It is only two months longer, but anyway, this is unpleasant news, because fans of the first part have been waiting for the sequel for a really long time. Well, you have to wait.
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Description of the first part:
Dying Light is a first-person action survival horror game set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, players roam vast urban areas ravaged by a terrible epidemic, searching for supplies and building weapons that will allow them to fend off attacks from infected residents. At night, the hunter becomes the game, and the infected become more aggressive and much more dangerous. The most terrifying are the predators who only go hunting after dusk. Players must use all means and skills to survive until dawn at all costs.