'Dead Island 2' Cancelled: XBox One, PlayStation 4, And PC Dead Island Definitive Collection Scrapped?
Dead Island 2's Steam page is no longer reachable as of the moment which has fueled speculations from fans that the zombie-killing game has been cancelled.
According to PC Gamer, this latest stumble from the troubled game has erased all references to Dead Island 2 in the Steam database, which has now only the first Dead Island sequel and the offshoot Riptide accessible to gamers. However, all the entry remains for the video game.
Dead Island 2 has been in a developmental limbo since 2015 with the ousting of Yager Development by publisher Deep Silver. At first, Techland was said to take over the void left the by game developer but new earlier this year has come up that Sumo Digital instead will be partnering with Deep Silver.
The game formerly known as Dead Island 2 is now "SteamDB Unknown App 268150."
Things being what they are, does this imply Dead Island 2 is has already been crossed out? It's conceivable, however nothing is authentic until Deep Silver or Sumo Digital makes an official declaration.
There's the likelihood that Dead Island 2 still lives, yet in route is not the same as what was declared at E3 2014. Deep Silver might plan to re-uncover the amusement with Sumo Digital's new vision.
For that, they may have expected to the disposal of the first Steam Page. Especially with another engineer there's dependably a chance that Dead Island 2 may go in a totally new pathway.
Another peculiarity is that Dead Island Definitive Collection will be launch tomorrow on May 31 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. This updated assembly will gather all the "fully remastered" and "greatly improved" versions of Dead Island, Dead Island: Riptide, DLC from both games, and a bonus game, Dead Island: Retro Revenge, according to Eurogamer.
It should be noted Escape Dead Island is absent from this collection.