The debut of Dying Light 2: Stay Human it was a big hit, apparently: Techland announced that the title scored three million players during the first weekend: numbers that bode well for the success of the project.
The interesting thing is that in this case the excellent feedback from the public appears independent of the opinions of the critics, who instead welcomed Dying Light 2: Stay Human with positive but not exciting votes, underlining the shortcomings of the game in terms of storytelling and gameplay.
“Thanks to the three million unique players who experienced Dying Light 2: Stay Human during the first weekend of launch,” he wrote Techland on Twitter, very happy with the results of his zombie-based action survival.
Updated today, Dying Light 2: Stay Human tells a story that takes place several years after the events of the first chapter, in a world now devastated by the invasion of the undead and with the survivors holed up in fortified cities, which grow in height .
To find out more, check out our review of Dying Light 2: Stay Human.