10/12/2021 4:40 pm
A little over a month ago, Techland announced that Dying Light 2: Stay Human it would be delayed until February 2022. This raised many alerts among users, who claimed that the game “was in very bad condition” and some were even hinting that it would be canceled. Well, its authors finally came out to disprove all this by explaining the real reason behind their delay.
Talking with EDGE Magazine, Tymon Smektala, lead designer of the game, stated that there are hundreds of people working on this and things don’t always go well when you try to put together the final version, so they will take this extra time to correct all the problems that users might have.
“We are checking everything again. Dying Light 2 is full of complex and interconnected systems created by hundreds of people – at some point in production they started to mesh with each other, but we also started to discover cases where this was not the case, and we want to correct it. These are usually straightforward mistakes, but we want to make sure we find the vast majority of them. Those two additional months will do just that. And maybe we’ll put in a couple of Easter eggs too. “
So there you have it, these additional two months will give you a chance to Techland to give us an experience worth playing, and surely in the end the wait will be worth it.
Dying Light 2 will be launched on February 4 on PlayStation, Xbox, PC and Nintendo Switch consoles (cloud version).
Editor’s note: Considering what happened with Cyberpunk 2077, no developer wants to risk releasing a bad product. In the case of Dying Light 2, the game looked great in the few gameplays that they had shown about him, but if Techland it needs more time, then they take all the necessary.