And there will be no question about Dying Light 3 in the near future because the motto of the new open world action RPG is “Building a whole new world“In a great place. As it has become a recent habit, Techland’s goal in getting people talking about this project so early on is to spark talent’s curiosity in order to be able to Strengthening its workforce. “Despite the release of Dying Light 2 Stay Human this year and its massive production last year, Techland has continued to develop its next game, and now is the best time to significantly expand its team.‘,” the press release explains.
The game concept has been on Techland’s mind for a long time. Carolina Stachira, who worked on the missions and dialogues in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, notably joined the studio in 2016 to work on that title as narrative director. In recent months, Techland has begun recruiting veterans to strengthen the team for this new license.
Among those reinforcements are Bartosz Ochmann, an open-world director who has already worked on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077, and Mario Maltezos, a creative director who has worked notably with Ubisoft (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time) and Warner Bros. Games (Mad Max), David McClure, chief designer previously associated with Arkane Studios (Deathloop) or even Kevin Quaid, chief animator who worked at Guerrilla Games (Killzone Shadow Fall, Horizon Zero Dawn).
Note that this project does not question the additional content and other updates that Techland plans to provide Dying Light 2 Stay HumanThe goal is to provide the latter for at least five years.
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