We'll finally get new updates on Dying Light 2 next week on March 17, Techland today announced.
It's been many months since we've heard about Dying Light 2, the ambitious open-world sequel from Techland. That will change next week when the studio holds a new stream focused on Dying Light 2's "development process." The game, which is purportedly 400% bigger than Dying Light, has been in development hell leading to an indefinite delay.
The new event is likely a reaction to scathing reports of Techland's upper management, namely a CEO who rules the studio with an iron fist. Similar to George Lucas, reports allege that Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka often changes the scope of projects mid-way through development.
This leads to significant interruptions, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already disrupted development due to work-from-home measures.
Techland says that Discord members will see the update first, so be sure to jump in if you're interested.
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