Fans of the zombie-slaying game series Dead Island have always been excited about the upcoming sequel, Dead Island 2. After a few delays and postponements, the game is finally ready for release. However, instead of coming out on its scheduled date of April 28th, it will now arrive a week earlier than planned.
In a recent announcement, the game’s developer, Deep Silver, revealed that Dead Island 2 will be released on April 21st. This news comes after a few changes in the game’s release date. Initially, the game was set to come out in April 2015, but it was delayed due to development issues. Then, in 2018, the release date was once again pushed back to April 28th.
The game is set in California during a zombie outbreak. Players take on the role of survivors as they explore the world and fight off the undead hordes. The game features an open-world setting and four-player co-op mode, allowing players to team up and take down hordes of zombies together. It also features a new crafting system that allows players to customize their weapons and gear.
Deep Silver has stated that the game is almost ready for release and that the early launch is part of their plan to get the game out as soon as possible. They have also said that the game will be supported with post-launch content, such as additional maps and missions. This will ensure that players will have plenty of content to keep them busy after the launch.
Dead Island 2 is sure to be a hit with fans of the series. With its new open-world setting, four-player co-op mode, and post-launch content, it is sure to provide hours of zombie-slaying fun. And now, the wait is almost over, as the game is set to launch a week earlier than expected.