Dead Island 2's release date has been pushed back an entire week by Dambuster Studios, revealing that the long-awaited sequel has finally reached the ground running and will now be available on PC and the Epic Games Store seven days early, although we're still waiting to hear about a Dead Island 2 Steam launch.
The Dead Island 2 release date was originally scheduled for April 28, but Dambuster has now announced that the game would ship out a week earlier.
Dambuster has released a cheeky new teaser for the new release of Dead Island 2.
A very passionate voice butts in to profess "abso-f***ing-lutely" as the screen is covered with fan comments such as "when are you going to release the game?" and "are you ever going to release this game?"
Dead Island 2 is set in exaggerated versions of San Francisco and Los Angeles, offering enhanced dismemberment and, for the lack of a better term, a melting system. Chop into a zombie with an axe, and they'll cut through flesh and bone right in front of your eyes. Acid is applied on them, and they'll crumble to pieces right in your face.
„Dead Island 2 was made gold, and it's coming out a week early. On April 21, 2023, we'll see you at Epic Games Store,” says the developer. However, there is still no release date for a Steam launch date.
If you want to see the open-world game in action, check out some gameplay from Dead Island 2. Or, take a look at some of the other greatest games on the way in 2023.