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Dying Light 2, Techland and Koch Media work together for distribution in Europe

The release of Dying Light 2 has been officially postponed by Techland

In the past few minutes Techland has officially announced that Dying Light 2, one of the most anticipated titles of this first part of 2020, has been officially postponed. The motivation that pushed the developers of the ...
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Dying Light, a crossover with Left 4 Dead 2 coming

Dying Light, a game developed by Techland now over four years ago, continues to receive new content thanks to a surprise crossover with Left 4 Dead 2, a game by Valve that comes close to ...
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The world of Dying Light 2 will be four times the size of the first chapter

In the past few hours, Techland's Chief Technology Officer, Pawel Rohleder, has released an interesting interview with NVIDIA, where he talks about the gigantic game world that the development team is building in Dying Light ...
Dying Light 2, Techland and Koch Media work together for distribution in Europe

Dying Light 2, Techland and Koch Media work together for distribution in Europe

Techland® and Koch Media®, long-time partners, are happy to announce their collaboration for Europe and Australia to distribute the open-world action RPG, Dying Light 2. Koch Media will cover retail distribution in ...
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Dying Light 2 will be a cross-gen game

To date it is still rather rare for developers to talk openly about plans for games destined for the next generation of consoles or even just cross-gen, that is, to be released both on the current generation of consoles and ...
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Dying Light 2, your choices will change the colors of the game

In Dying Light 2, second title of the Techland series, your actions will also have visual repercussions on the surrounding world.
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Dying Light 2 will be present at the E3 2019

Techland has announced that Dying Light 2 will be present at the E3 2019. The team said that during the event it will show what it calls its most ambitious project to date. Probably a ...
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Review - Dying Light: Bad Blood is simply ... brutal!

Thanks to the guys from Techland we managed to get their hands on their new job, Dying Light: Bad Blood. In this article we will try to tell you in the best way what our experience has been ....

Demon Slayer wins the Crunchyroll award for best anime of the year

In the past few hours the famous streaming site Crunchyroll has announced which are the winners in all categories of the Anime Awards 2020, commonly ...

The Samsung Galaxy S20 has more RAM than most ...

Samsung recently announced the new Galaxy S20 range. The flagships of the Korean house will have an incredible amount of RAM: 8 GB and ...

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