Techland took a long time to finally launch luz moribund 2, but it seems that the open world action sequel has already been very successful. Since Techland had already been committed before the launch that it would support dl2 for the next few years, it seemed vital that the game will find a great audience to hold on. Fortunately, if some of the first sales figures are an indication, it seems that Luxury dying 2 has already accumulated a pretty considerable players’ basis.

Recently announced by Techland, the study revealed that Luxury dying 2 has already exceeded five million copies sold on all platforms. This total goes back to February 28, 2022, which means that the game was able to sell as many units within a period of less than a month, which is very impressive. Despite Luxury dying 2 is not as big as other third-party titles, it is likely that this success is something so Techland is very happy.

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In addition to announcing the sales of luz moribund 2, Techland also revealed how it has now gone to the original game at this time. Since its first launch in 2015, luz moribunda has now exceeded 20 million copies sold in general. This is even more impressive when you consider that Dying Light as a franchise was completely new. In general, it is rare that new properties such as this higher sales reach in a first exit. “The success of the Dying Light franchise is a great example of the unforgettable experiences we create for our players,” said the CEO of Techland, Paweł Marchewka, about the newly announced sales totals.

As mentioned, Luxury dying 2 is a game that Techland has already promised that it will be compatible for many years. With this in mind, see that the game has already sold 5 million copies, it certainly means that those Futures DLC and expansion plans will not change in the short term.

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