Dying Light 2 celebrates 5 million copies sold, Dying Light 1 sales reach 20 million

Dying Light 2 sold over 5 million copies in February, and the original Dying Light just reached 20 million units sold. New content and fan requested updates are on the way to Dying Light 2 and should land next week. In case you missed our review, we stated, “Dying Light 2 Stay Human may begin like the shuffling corpses you run into during the day, but evolves into the ferocious horde you encounter in the shadows of night. With an engaging gameplay loop of parkour and combat, the exploration of Villedor is something you’ll enjoy for hours on end, and with up to three friends at that. Yeah, it may take a little bit to get hooked, but once you’re infected, it’ll be all you can do to stay human.” You can read below for more details:

Wrocław, Poland — April 22, 2022 — Independent developer and publisher Techland celebrates an excellent start for the critically acclaimed and genre-defining Dying Light 2 Stay Human. As of February 28, 2022, Techland has sold 5 million copies of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, and the number is significantly growing each month.

The Polish studio opens the fourth decade of its existence with two smash hits, as the first Dying Light recently achieved over 20 million lifetime sales to date.

“The success of the Dying Light franchise is a great example of the unforgettable experiences we create for our players.” – Paweł Marchewka, Techland’s CEO

Both games have been lauded by the Steam community, with a Mostly Positive sentiment for Dying Light 2 Stay Human and an Overwhelmingly Positive sentiment for Dying Light, across more than 230,000 reviews.

Next week, Techland will debut new content for Dying Light 2 Stay Human alongside some highly requested features, so follow the action on DiscordFacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

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