The team behind Dead Island 2 has pushed their zombie whacker RPG into 2016 as they feel it 'doesn't match their goals' for the project, and need more time to take it to the "next level". The sequel is being handed by.
Original Dead Island developerhas of course moved on to Olympic-level zombie parkour in Dying Light. We'll be going to the mainland in Dead Island 2.
It takes place several months after the events in the original game, and Escape Dead Island. Instead of sledgehammering zombies on pristine island beaches, we'll now be battling hordes in Los Angeles, San Francisco and a third undisclosed location.
The U.S. military quarantines the entire state of California because of a new outbreak.
Dead Island 2 releases on PC, Xbox One and PS4 in 2016. It's powered by Unreal Engine 4.