Dying Light 2 looks to take what made the first one so enjoyable and amp that up over 9000 with intense player choices, an even bigger open-world, and more RPG aspects than ever before. With the next generation of gaming looming around the corner, many fans were wondering if the upcoming zombie sequel would be a cross-gen release and Techland has confirmed that it indeed will be.
According to chief technical office Pawel Rohleder when speaking with Wccftech, "the plan since the beginning of production has been to make Dying Light 2 a cross-generation title." This, of course, means that it will now release on Xbox One, Next Xbox, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. Probably no Nintendo Switch, though stranger things have happened.
We recently had a chance to get up close and personal with some of those game-changing choices during E3, as well as a chance to talk to some of the dev team. You can learn even more about the undead thriller with our previous coverage here, including how many playthroughs it will take to get "everything."
Unfortunately, we don't have a release date at this time other than a Spring 2020 launch window, but the year is still young so definitely stay tuned.
For more about Dying Light 2 in the meantime:
"The last great human settlement exists within an unforgiving, infected world, plunged into a modern dark age. During the day, bandits, factions and starving survivors roam the streets scavenging for scraps - or someone to take them from, by violence if necessary. At night the infected roam free, evacuating their dark hideouts to prey on the living.
"You are Aiden Caldwell, an infected survivor. Your exceptional agility and brutal combat skills make you a powerful ally and a valuable commodity in this dangerous world. You can achieve things no one else can. Enter places no one else dares. With your unique abilities you have the power to be an agent of change within this decaying metropolis."