Techlands’ Dying Light 2: Stay Human goes Gold
The developer is celebrating the event with a 15-min gameplay teaser
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When a game goes Gold, it means it’s ready to be pressed onto physical disks – a pretty momentous moment in the years-long process of creating a game. Especially when said game has been previously delayed. Well, as of November 30th, 2021, this is where Techland are at with Dying Light 2, and the company is holding a brand-new gameplay stream to mark the occasion.
Techland celebrates Dying Light 2
On November 30th, Techland announced on the Dying Light 2: Stay Human Twitter feed that the game had gone gold, and is therefore ready to go to disk. Essentially, the game is finished enough for full-release. Of course there will likely be a Day-1 patch and plenty more for the team to work on before the big day on February 4th, 2022, but this is big news for any developer team.
The occasion is even more important given that the game has been delayed a number of times during development, and the team addressed in their announcement Tweet that they would continue to make sure that Dying Light 2 provides the experience everyone is hoping for.
As part of their regular Twitch series Dying 2 Know, Techland are planning to air 15 minutes of brand-new gameplay footage from Dying Light 2: Stay Human on December 2nd, 2021. The stream will air on Twitch at 12pm PST/3pm EST/8pm GMT. According to the Invitation video on the Dying Light Youtube channel, the fifth in the Dying 2 Know series will introduce us to various Quests and obstacles in the Protagonist’s story. Hopefully, we’ll also get to explore more of the gorgeous city surrounding as well, but either way, we can’t wait to get another sneak peak at what’s to come when Dying Light 2: Stay Human gets its full release in February.
As mentioned, the gameplay teaser will be broadcasting on Twitch, as part of the Dying 2 Know stream, on the official Techland channel. Even if you don’t have a Twitch account, you can watch the stream by heading to the channel at the time of broadcast.
If you can’t catch it, Techland have published previous D2K episodes to their Youtube channel to catch up on after the livestream, so hopefully Episode 5 will be no different.
Finally, if you can’t wait to get your hands on Dying Light 2: Stay Human, I’m afraid we can’t make February 4th come any quicker, but we can tell you about the pre order deals you can get if you order now. Check them out here.