It’s been a long time coming, but Dead Island 2 has finally made its mark in the gaming world by moving one million copies. After many years of development and setbacks, fans of the zombie-slaying franchise can finally breathe a sigh of relief knowing that the sequel has lived up to expectations.
Developed by Dambuster Studios, Dead Island 2 was first announced in 2014, and fans have been eagerly awaiting its release ever since. However, the game’s development was plagued with numerous delays and setbacks. The game was initially set to release in 2015, but that deadline was pushed back to 2016, and then again to 2017. In 2019, it was revealed that Dambuster Studios had taken over the development of the game, and a release date was pushed even further.
The game is a first-person action role-playing game that takes place in an open-world environment, filled with hordes of zombies that players must fend off. The game features a unique combat system, allowing players to use everyday items like baseball bats and frying pans to take out the undead.
The release has been met with positive reviews, with critics praising its open-world design, immersive gameplay, and engaging story. The game’s improved graphics and sound design have also been commended, as they create a more immersive experience for players.
Dead Island 2’s success is also indicative of the ongoing popularity of the zombie genre in gaming. Despite numerous titles in the genre, gamers continue to be drawn to the thrill of taking on hordes of the undead. The game’s unique combat system, coupled with its open-world design, has set it apart from other titles in the genre, making it a must-play for fans of zombie games.
Dead Island 2’s success is well deserved. It’s a testament to the hard work and dedication of the development team and the enduring popularity of the zombie genre.