Remember that sequel to the Dead Island that we were promised? Since its unveiling waaaaay back at E3 2014, the sequel has seen three studio development studios and a number of delays, but if you're worried publisher Koch Media has forgotten all about it, CEO Clemens Kundratitz wants to know the numerous delays are just proof of The team's commitment to "proper".
"My favorite question," Kundratitz said when our friends at GI.biz requested an update on the zombie sequel in question. "Look, Dead Island is a very important brand for us and we have to get it right. It is just a testament to our commitment to get it right.
"It's a great story to tell everyone that it's in its third studio, but we want to judge the end result and we're really confident that when it comes out, it will be a zombie-hit game. give him all our power, of course. "
Although the creator of the Techland series originally hoped to develop the sequel, in the end, he realized he was too busy with Dying Light, so Hager took over in order to release in Q2 2015. Since then, Dead Island 2 has changed hands twice. , moved from Yager to Sumo Digital in 2016, and then back to Dambuster Studios, which took over the helm earlier this year. However, there is no firm commitment on when the game can finally be released.