- Dying Light 2 arrives in the spring of 2020
- After the release, they will be backed up for years
- No generation change can interfere with it
- At least, according to Kornel Jaskula, the game maker
Of course, Dying Light 2 did not lose this year's E3, where developers are throwing a brand new trailer and a long release date for their work. However, it is interesting that the program producer, Kowel Jaskula, also briefly gave an interview, including the future of Dying Light 2 and the impact of a generation change in the game.
On the latter, Jaskula is particularly optimistic. According to him, the emergence of the new generation does not mean that the older consoles will be immediately lost by their owners, so Dying Light 2 releases released for PS4 and Xbox One will be worth supporting for a long time after release. This is important only because Techland relies on her last project in the long run: According to Jaskula, I want to support the game for the coming years. Considering that the Dying Light, which was released in 2015, received free DLC in 2018, we can see that developers are unlikely to be in the air in this area.