In 2018, game development studio Techland announced it would be developing a sequel to its survival horror hit Dying Light. The game was previously slated to release in the spring of last year, but it would go on to be delayed indefinitely, with no clear release date or launch window yet announced as of January 2020. With the silence surrounding Dying Light 2 for over a year now, a pressing question is what might be causing the game to endure such a troubled development.
A recent report by TheGamer’s editor-in-chief Kirk McKeand gives us some long-awaited answers, detailing the struggling state of the studio’s work environment and shining a light on many issues likely impacting the development of the Dying Light sequel. The report…tech, The Verge