Dying Mild 2 will shortly flip one 12 months outdated, and to mark the upcoming anniversary, developer Techland has confirmed the zombie sport franchise has collectively shifted greater than 30 million items.
As a part of the primary anniversary celebrations, Techland additionally revealed that it has a “plethora of celebrations and updates for the neighborhood”, together with a 50 per cent off sale and hints that the franchise has plans to department out to “different medias”.
There will be a week-long celebration whereby gamers can win goodies by finishing neighborhood targets within the Bloody Anniversary occasion and Dropkick Weekend, the place premium bundles may be received. And if you happen to watch or take part in Dying Mild 2 livestreams between now and seventh February, there will be extra “nostalgic swag by way of Twitch Drops”, too.
“The group continues to reveal their unwavering dedication to create unforgettable experiences for players worldwide – we’re not stopping right here and can proceed to help the sport with wonderful content material for years to come back,” mentioned chief artistic officer, Adrian Ciszewski.
“These excellent numbers communicate for themselves and make sure the success of the Dying Mild franchise,” added chief publishing officer, Oleg Klapovskiy. “We have been in a position to obtain it solely due to our superior neighborhood. I need to use this chance to thank them once more for his or her nice help. Now we have bold plans not solely to develop and additional help the sport, but additionally to increase to different medias.”
There’s additionally particular treats for these of you who personal each Dying Mild 2 and its predecessor, together with the Crane Bundle, with which you’ll be able to “make a comeback because the legendary hero of Harran, Kyle Crane”.
“With these important updates already deliberate for Dying Mild 2, followers could ask what’s subsequent for the sport over the approaching 12 months,” the developer teases. “Techland has outlined a brand new roadmap, and can proceed to form plans for 2023 as a part of the 5-year dedication to the sport.”
Bloody Ties, Dying Mild 2’s long-awaited first chunk of story DLC, is out now.
Techland just lately launched a four-part video detailing “the artistic course of” behind Dying Mild 2 Keep Human’s soundtrack.