When is Dead Island 2 going to be available to the public? Answered
Dead Island 2 was re-announced at Gamescom 2022, which was the event that hosted the announcement. The long-awaited sequel to the popular zombie-killing video game has been kept under wraps for quite some time. However, a CGI trailer and a gameplay trailer both made their debut at Gamescom Opening Night Live, providing us with our first look at the game in quite some time. The good news is that fresh footage provides viewers with a clear indication of what will be included in the sequel as well as a release date. Players won’t have to wait too much longer to start slaughtering zombies again.
At the conclusion of the official CGI trailer for Dead Island 2, it is revealed that the release date of the game will be February 3, 2023 (UPDATE: The release date of the game has been pushed back to April 28, 2023). The game will be available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Epic Game Store. You may place a pre-order for the game at either the physical or online retailers of your choice. The events of the original game took place on the made-up island of Banoi, whereas those of Dead Island 2 will take place in the state of California.
The marketing for the original Dead Island game was quite successful, and it gave the impression that the game was much more intense than it actually was. When the announcement trailer for Dead Island 1 was released, it featured a terrifying story about a family that was on vacation on the island of Banoi when they became victims of an outbreak of zombies. Although the promotional video was lauded for its effectiveness as a marketing tool, it did not accurately portray the final product of the game. The original Dead Island was a lot sillier than the trailer made it look like it was going to be, with ridiculously over-the-top zombie killing taking the place of a terrifying narrative.
The computer-generated image (CGI) trailer for Dead Island 2 does not try to pass off the game as some kind of weighty drama. Instead, it openly displays how absurd and silly the game will be throughout its playthrough. In it, a man without a name roams the streets of California and uses a variety of inventive and extremely violent methods to dispose of zombies. The man is grinning, and his predicament is not given any serious consideration at all by those around him. Techland, who worked on the first game, is not developing Dead Island 2; instead, Dambuster Studio and Deep Silver are working on the game. Techland was involved in the development of the first game.
Dead Island 2 has been delayed to April 28th, 2023 pic.twitter.com/ULES0mFnkC— Benji-Sales (@BenjiSales) November 17, 2022