Dying Light 2 sold 5 million units in its first month, Dying Light 1 has crossed 20 million units sold – IGN

Techland has announced that Dying Light 2 officially sold over 5 million units in its first month. In addition, it was also revealed that the original Dying Light has crossed 20 million units since it was released in 2016.

The news was shared in a press release, and Techland also confirmed that sales of Dying Light 2 “are growing significantly each month”, although it did not provide other details on how much. However, it teased that it will debut new content for Dying Light 2 along with some “highly sought after features” next week.

“The success of the Dying Light franchise is a great example of the unforgettable experiences we create for our players,” said Techland CEO Paweł Marchewka.

In our Dying Light 2 review, we said it “is an ambitious zombie action adventure packed with first-class parkour, an amazing open world, and every painful flaw in the book.”

If you are one of the 5 million who have already downloaded Dying Light 2 or plan to do so in the near future, be sure to check out our Dying Light 2 Wiki to help you survive this particular zombie apocalypse.

For more, check out the main game designer Tymon Smektała, who discusses how the first story expansion for Dying Light 2 will not take place after the game ends and will instead take place “sideways to the main events.”

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