They didn’t say how much time they need, but more than they currently have.
Taking place 15 years after the original, Dying Light 2 sees you taking on the nocturnal zombie hordes of The City as Aiden Caldwell, an infected survivor with double the parkour prowess of Kyle Crane. The map is also four times larger than the original and gameplay includes a decision-making mechanic that alters your experience depending on which regions and settlements you choose to help.
This isn’t the first time Dying Light 2 has been delayed since its initial announcement in 2018. It was meant to come out in 2019, but then E3 2019 rolled around and a new trailer promised a Spring 2020 release. So, maybe by the time we get to E3 2020, it’ll be ready for Spring 2021.
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