Dying Light 2 Sold 5 Million Copies In First Month, Dying Light 1 Reaches 20 Million Units Sold
Techland has just announced that Dying Light 2: Stay Human has sold an impressive 5 million units in its first month, reaching a remarkable milestone.
The intriguing news was shared by the developers in a press release, which also confirmed that the game's sales are 'significantly growing each month.' Techland also stated that Dying Light 1 sales are doing quite well, with the game selling 20 million copies worldwide.
Techland's CEO Paweł Marchewka also commented about reaching their big milestone saying: 'The success of the Dying Light franchise is a great example of the unforgettable experiences we create for our players.”
Techland also pointed out that the Dying Light franchise holds a very high sentimental value in the hearts of many gamers worldwide. Dying Light 2’s customer reviews on Steam were mostly positive, while Dying Light 1’s ratings were overwhelmingly positive with reviews topping over 200,000. This just proves that the franchise is loved by players and fans alike.
Techland noted that Dying Light 2 will be supported for another 5 years. This means that players can expect the studio to release more exciting content in the future. Techland also confirmed that their next major update will include the all-new Game Plus mode, which will allow players to replay the game with saved items and skills.
Both Dying Light titles have been a huge success, as evidenced by players and fans all over the world. While there are no rumors of a new Dying Light title, players are still pleased with the current games and eagerly await the new content Techland has in store for them.