Post-apocalyptic open-world zombie sequel, Dying Light 2: Stay Human has gone gold!
Back in the day going “gold” would usually mean that a game has finished its development and is completed, ready to sell to the public. However, nowadays, it means that it’s finished its main cycle of development and is now in the final polish stage.
To give Techland the benefit of the doubt, Dying Light 2 is not releasing until February. So, if the main cycle of development is complete, they’ve got two months tow now tweak this game to near-perfection.
Dying Light 2 has gone gold!
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“We are very excited about this and now we can truly feel that this is actually happening! After so many years of hard work we are proudly looking forward to the release of Dying Light 2 Stay Human,” said Tymon Smektała, Lead Game Designer.
Smektała added: “This is it. The final and crucial moment for us. The game is ready to be manufactured, but we will not slow down. The fact that the game is done, and we hit the gold status two months before the release is a great sign, but it doesn’t mean that our work ends here. There are still some upgrades and tweaks to add, and community feedback to implement, but the base is solid and ready to play. I’m extremely proud of the whole team!”
Are you looking forward to Dying Light 2? Let us know across our social media channels. Dying Light 2: Stay Human will release for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on February 4th, 2022. It will also release as a cloud version for the Nintendo Switch in select regions.
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Dying Light 2: Stay Human Has Gone Gold! was last modified: December 2nd, 2021 by Richard Lee Breslin
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