Dying Light developer Techland announces story driven, fantasy RPG
Dying Light developer Techland has announced today that they are working on a fantasy RPG that will be story driven in a wide-open world.
The announcement was made on Twitter accompanied only by a single image. In the photo, we see a character hanging onto a tree branch overlooking a cliff. In the background we see various mountains and towering buildings on their summit along with a moon that appears to have been damaged or blown apart in some way.
We never stop improving!
Our newest game is set to be a narrative-driven #fantasy epic with an exotic open world ready to be explored. We strive to create a compelling story-focused #AAA title that combines and refines the best aspects of gameplay that Techland is known for. pic.twitter.com/SuJ8vVWbrI
— Techland (@TechlandGames) March 16, 2023
Dying Light 2 has been getting the updates from Techland pretty regularly lately and just surpassed ten million copies sold. It’s a huge game that entails about 200 hours total gameplay in order to complete the game. Those looking simply for the story would need only 40 hours or so to finish. With Dying Light set in first person, there is no other information on this new fantasy RPG that Techland has announced. Even the picture does not give much of anything away other than it is set in a land that could not be more polar opposite than that of Dying Light.
Dying Light 2 is currently available on PC along with Xbox and PlayStation platforms. We have no other information yet as to this new title and will have to wait to hear more. For now, let us know below what you think and what you would like to see Techland delve into with their foray into the fantasy RPG genre.
Of course, we will keep you updated as we hear more.