Techland Publishing announced that they’ll be partnering with Square Enix to publish Dying Light 2 in the Americas.
Dying Light 2 is a sequel to Dying Light and is meant to improve on the systems and features of its predecessor and bring the player to a work that has been dominated by the infected.
“We couldn’t be more excited to join forces with Square Enix. This partnership represents an incredible opportunity for both companies to bring Modern Dark Ages to audiences across the Americas,” said Ed Lin, Head of Marketing at Techland. “Our partnership kicks off this year at E3 and we are looking forward to a great campaign that showcases the fan favorite Dying Light DNA in the expansive and savage world of the infected.”
Dying Light 2 brings the post-apocalyptic adventure to the Modern Dark Ages and has players explore a world where humans are as dangerous as the zombie threat. Players will need to use the game’s parkour system and weapon crafting to get through tough situations as they explore a new city.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Techland on one of the industry’s most anticipated games, Dying Light 2,” said John Heinecke, Chief Marketing Officer at Square Enix. “The game is set up to be an innovative, ambitious project, and we believe players will be delighted with what they deliver. This game fits incredibly well into our portfolio, and we’re looking forward to showing more at E3.”
Dying Light 2 is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
More news about the title is set to come during E3 2019.
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