The Dead Island 2 new job listing revealed that the game will feature the current and future consoles. Dambuster Studios took away the Dead Island 2 last year, from then there is no news about the game.
The game is expected to air in 2015, but the game has been delayed and postponed because many more developers take away the Game to develop.
The Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide, had created by Polish studio Techland. The team waxed with to its new IP and announced that Dead Island 2 would go further by Yager Development of Spec Ops: The Line Fame. But, unfortunately, the game project is carried to Sumo Digital because of the conflicts of Yager with Deep Silver. Anyway, the combination wasn’t worked out, Dead Island 2 was handed off once again and is now in the works at Homefront: The Revolution studio Dambuster.
What’s The New Post Indicates? (The New Job Listing)
Well, coming to the post of the new job listing on the official Dambuster Studios website. May be, IT is planning to launch both the next-gen platforms along with current-gen. What the listing for? Well, The listing is for an art director, relatively for: “the next installment in the world-renowned Dead Island franchise.” This person will be in charge of “art direction on a ground-breaking title for current and future platforms,” pointing to a likely cross-gen release for the game.
Koch Media CEO Dr. Klemens Kundratitz says “we like to be judged on the result and we’re confident that when it comes out it’s going to be a kick-ass zombie game.” With all the delay and procrastination the this will come with the same impact as of the first.
Dambuster is busy in working for a re-reveal for Useless Island 2, so the sport hopefully arrives quickly. Cross-gen titles are solely made for therefore we can expect they reach soon on PC. And each Xbox Sequence X and PS5 (its new controller) is set to kick off this year. This implies gamers may see the sport launched throughout the subsequent 12 months at the earliest.
I hope this year The Dead Island kick off early after the corona pandemic relief.