Pawel Marchewka, the CEO of Techland, confirmed that Techland is currently sitting on a big $77 millions budget for Dying Light 2 and a brand new IP.

Two different teams of Techland will lead the two projects separately, with the studio from Vancouver supporting both development procedures. The new IP will be a fantasy title, with RPG elements and with a huge setting that will feature both single-player and co-op modes. It won’t be a re-imagination of Hellraid, that was also confirmed by Marchewka.

Dying Light 2 will be obviously one of the two titles, since the first game was a huge success for Techland.

Paul Younger
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