Dead Island 2 is a survival horror action RPG developed by Dambuster Studios and published by Deep Silver.
It is the third major instalment in the Dead Island franchise.
Though it can't wait to "see everyone's reaction" to Koch Media's news, Deep Silver clarifies that these franchises won't be seen next week or at E3 2021.
New job listings point to older gen versions being dropped.
A build from a supposedly scrapped version has leaked online.
Yet another vague update on a game that refuses to release.
This is still a thing, I guess.
The developer behind Homefront: The Revolution is now in charge.
The zombie action adventure title seems to be up for pre-orders already.
The troubled zombie title is still in development as per Lars Wingefors.
The devs stated that the game is still in development and that more details will be revealed once they are ready for it.
'When we are ready to share more information, we will.'
They'll share more information once they have something to share, though.
Has the game been cancelled?
Looks like the development of the game may be back on track.
Managing director Timo Ullmann talks about the effect of losing the project on the studio.
'At the moment, we are focusing on Dying Light.'
Yager Developments to focus on Dreadnought and other new projects.
Long awaited Dead Island sequel is going to be waited for a litle longer.
PC and Xbox One players will enjoy Deep Silver's action adventure a month later.
Everything you need to know about Dead Island 2
'It was never our IP.'
Deep Silver, keeping zombie slaying fresh.
Zombie smashing never felt better.
Metro: Redux, Dead Island Epidemic and Risen 3: Titan Lords also appearing.
What's going to be in? YOU DECIDE!
'It's a strange action MMO experience.'
You can play alone if you want, but it's better that you don't.
Dead Island returns from the, er, dead.