Dying Light Delayed Until February 2015

Survival horror will launch on multiple consoles next February

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Earlier today, Techland and Warner Bros. confirmed in a press release that they are pushing back the release date of Dying Light to February of 2015. Prior to this announcement, the first-person survival horror title was expected to launch sometime later this year.

The developers expressed their desires to make Dying Light feel like a truly open world experience and that the extra time would help them reach that goal. They also acknowledged that E3 2014 attendees would get their hands on the game and start to get a general idea of where the finished game is headed.

Dying Light now joins The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt as another high profile February 2015 game release. While some may be a little disappointed to hear this, the fact of the matter is that delays are always a part of the business. At the end of the day, both of these will no doubt be stellar in their own unique ways and prove that all of the waiting was well worth it.

Are any of you still looking forward to Dying Light? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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