Dying Light 2 Sold 5 Million Units In Its First Month, Dying Light 1 Has Crossed 20 Million Units Sold

Techland has introduced that Dying Light 2 formally bought over 5 million models in its first month. Furthermore, it was additionally revealed that the unique Dying Light has crossed 20 million models because it was launched in 2016.

The information was shared in a press launch and Techland additionally confirmed that the gross sales of Dying Light 2 are “considerably rising every month,” though it gave no different particulars as to how a lot. It did tease, nevertheless, that will probably be debuting new content material for Dying Light 2 alongside some “extremely requested options” subsequent week.

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“The success of the Dying Light franchise is a superb instance of the unforgettable experiences we create for our gamers,” Techland’s CEO Paweł Marchewka stated.

In our (*5*) we stated that it’s “is an bold zombie action-adventure that is filled with top-notch parkour, an superior open world, and each painful bug within the guide.”

If you’re one of many 5 million who’ve already picked up Dying Light 2 or plan on doing so within the close to future, make sure to try our Dying Light 2 Wiki that can assist you survive this specific zombie apocalypse.

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For extra, try lead recreation designer Tymon Smektała discussing how the first story expansion for Dying Light 2 won’t take place after the game’s ending and can as an alternative happen “sideways to the principle occasions.”

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Adam Bankhurst is a information author for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.



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