PlayStation LifeStyle’s Chandler Wooden talked about in his latest hands-on preview of Dying Mild 2: Keep Human that regardless of delays and growth snafus, he feels fairly assured in regards to the recreation’s February 2022 launch. Those that are apprehensive about one more delay can relaxation assured that there’s “zero” probability Dying Mild 2 can be delayed once more. At the least that’s what developer Techland instructed MP1st in a brand new interview.
“The sport goes to be launched subsequent 12 months in February, and that’s what we’ve targeted on, that’s what we’ve labored on. So completely zero probability of that [a delay] taking place,” lead recreation designer Tymon Smektala stated when quizzed in regards to the launch date.
Smektala added that though the pandemic had a job to play within the delay, it wasn’t the principle motive Techland determined to push Dying Mild 2‘s launch.
“I believe an important motive for us is that while you work on a non-linear recreation, and also you wish to polish that, your’e really not sharpening one recreation, however few video games on the identical time,” Smektala continued. “As a result of the identical recreation can have so many variants, and a few of these variants might be so drastically totally different that you must confirm each playthrough – not simply 1,000 instances, however 1,000 instances multiplied by the variety of variations within the recreation.”
Smektala stated that Dying Mild franchise is Techland’s “child” and the studio wouldn’t launch it if it wasn’t up to speed.
“I do know that listening to in regards to the delay is disappointing, however I believe it’s higher than getting a recreation which wasn’t meant to be launched within the first place, that wasn’t able to be launched,” he concluded.[Source: MP1st]