It is difficult to understand precisely how a translation can be so inaccurate as to widely depict the next sequel to the parkour zombie game as “ trash ” could be a translation error, although the article deceived, which casts doubt on the rest of the article. Techland is still a completely independent game studio, and it was not purchased by Xbox Game Studios or any other company.
The public relations representative ended his statement by reassuring fans that Dying Light 2 is in good hands and will be released as planned. Rumors Of Dying Light 2 Being In Dire Straits Is Allegedly Untrue, Noted By Techland As ‘Clickbait’
Of course, this person is a public relations representative who is paid for damage control, but with the article author mistaken on many focal points, it is difficult to view the article as a whole as a inevitable truth. Either way, it didn’t necessarily change the response of fans who stumbled upon the article, and there may be long-term spinoffs for the article-based series if Techland isn’t quick to follow up offering transparency see what’s really going on at the studio in Poland.
While many users are deleting their tweets that have taken the article as a gospel, still others are raising concern; what if all that the article says is actually correct?