Dying Light 2 has been delayed. Techland's sequel was originally slated to launch in Spring 2020, but the release window has now been moved back.
You can see the announcement from developer Techland below. Right now, there isn't another release window for Dying Light 2. Spring 2020 was the only release information we ever had to go on for the sequel, so it's not entirely a surprise that the game has been pushed back as we approached Spring with no further details.
Hey Survivors!— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) January 20, 2020
Here's the Dying Light 2 Development Update. pic.twitter.com/CKMkAe2eD7
Right now, there isn't any further information to go on about a potential Dying Light 2 release date. We'll report back on any further developments about Techland's sequel.
Around E3 last year, Techland revealed that Dying Light 2 was going big on player choices. Supposedly, you'd only be able to see around half of the game on any given playthrough, since the sequel's city would change drastically depending on the choices you made, with entire locations changing.
The delay of Dying Light 2 definitely raises the possibility of a cross-gen release later in 2020 when new consoles from Xbox and PlayStation launch in Fall. Techland's sequel is the latest big title in 2020 to be delayed, with the Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Cyberpunk 2077, and Marvel's Avengers all having been recently pushed back. While the former has only been delayed by a month, the latter two have been pushed back by a number of months, and will now launch in September 2020.