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I don’t know if you’ve noticed but it’s delay season and Techland’s Dying Light 2 is next on the chopping block. Dying Light 2 was recently voted your Most Anticipated Game of the Year 2020 at the Global Game Awards, but sadly we're going to have to wait a little while longer.
Dying Light 2 is shaping up to be one of the highlights of 2020 already, which is no mean feat in a year which will include The Last of Us 2, Cyberpunk 2077, and Final Vampire: Bloodlines 2. Techland’s had four years to improve on the already great original, but launch day won’t be the end of the journey either; the development team will be sticking with Dying Light 2 for at least four years after its launch. 
Dying Light wasn’t a world that was particularly small in size, especially when you consider the density of the environments and the sheer number of buildings which could be explored and traverse. Dying Light 2 isn’t a sequel that’s going to do anything by halves though, with Techland’s chief technology officer, Pawel Rohleder, confirming during a chat with Nvidia that it’s world will be four times larger than the original.
Restricted to a behind-closed-doors showing at E3 2019, Techland has finally lifted the lid on the extensive Dying Light 2 gameplay showing. Almost half an hour of 4K footage plucked straight from the zombie-fuelled depths of Dying Light 2 has been uploaded, providing our most detailed peek yet at what’s in store from this open-world parkour-em-up.
Okay, so we got a bit ahead of ourselves earlier with the stories about Nvidia bringing RTX raytracing support to Minecraft and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It turns out those were just the tip of an increasingly deep iceberg. No fewer than 10 upcoming games have been given the RTX treatment, heralding Nvidia’s arrival at Gamescom, Cologne in some style.
Techland has just gone and confirmed Dying Light 2 is one of the first-ever announced next-generation titles. The Polish studio announced Dying Light 2 back at E3  2018, revealing it would be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. They’ve now gone one step further, claiming Dying Light 2 has been designed since the beginning to be a cross-gen title. 
The first two games squeaked through into the quarter-finals yesterday, and now it's the turn of two more. Four games are in action today, including Elder Scrolls VI, the next Assassin's Creed, Dying Light 2 and E3 favourite Ghost of Tsushima. All you need to do is vote for your most anticipated and you could win the grand prize.
We're back with three more chances to a win PS4 Pro, $300 Steam Credit or a GeForce GTX 1060 6GB. All you've got to do is vote for your three most anticipated games in the GD World Cup poll below. Today it's the turn of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dying Light 2, Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, Skull & Bones, and Pokemon, in what's sure to be a series of close battles on the pitch.
It's competition time, and today's matches feature a face-off between eight upcoming gaming behemoths, including the likes of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dying Light 2 and Just Cause 4. Just vote for your most anticipated games in the polls below and you could win a massive prize.
Dying Light 2 has been announced during Microsoft’s Xbox E3 2018 conference, and it’s a bold step forward for Techland’s post-apocalyptic, open-world parkour series. First and foremost, legendary game designer and writer Chris Avellone is working on the project, which is a unique vision of the Modern Dark Ages. Following the zombie outbreak, society has broken down and various factions have sprung up to try and control the situation.
Techland’s just announced Dying Light shifted an impressive five million copies, so it doesn’t come as a monumental surprise to hear the studio weighing up the prospect of a sequel. Evidently the outfit already has one or two ideas ready, but Dying Light producer Tymon Smektala doesn’t reckon it’s even going to be possible on the current crop of consoles.

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