Videogame bulletins are bizarre. Techland continues to be engaged on Dying Mild 2 updates and has not revealed plans for a 3rd recreation but, nevertheless it’s already publicly making an attempt to gauge who folks would need to play as on this at the moment non-existent sequel. So! Dying Mild 3. It is most likely going to occur sooner or later, and it appears like followers need to play as a reformed villain.
Noticed by Eurogamer (opens in new tab), Dying Mild franchise director Tymon Smektała created a ballot on Twitter (opens in new tab) to search out out who followers would love the “predominant hero” to be. First, although, he makes it clear that “This isn’t [a] Dying Mild 3 announcement”. Smektała says that the crew was discussing the topic whereas ending up the Intestine Feeling replace for Dying Mild 2 and could not agree.
DISCLAIMER: This isn’t Dying Mild 3 announcement :)However – we have been chatting at the moment overseeing final particulars for the Intestine Feeling replace (3 days to go!), and we could not agree… …so please assist: if we do DL3, would you be most excited if the primary hero was (as a “occupation”):April 17, 2023
The choices are survivor, Pilgrim, Nightrunner or a GRE agent turned good. The ballot is now closed after virtually 6,000 folks voted for his or her fave, and the GRE agent gained it by a major quantity. 42.8% voted for this feature, in comparison with the 4% who voted for an additional Pilgrim, which is what we performed as in Dying Mild 2.
Of all the alternatives, the GRE agent is the one one which’s remotely evocative as a result of it instantly establishes some rigidity and battle, even when ‘dangerous man turns good’ continues to be fairly dang generic. To be sincere, I might favor a GRE agent who’s nonetheless an arsehole. Villains all the time have extra enjoyable.
It would most likely be some time earlier than we hear something concrete about Dying Mild 3, however within the meantime the Intestine Feeling replace is coming to Dying Mild 2 tomorrow. Count on fight adjustments, gear transmog and extra quests. The cynic in me wonders if the timing of this replace and the Dying Mild 3 tease was meant to coincide with the arrival of Useless Island 2, which launches on April 21. It is clearly Dying Mild’s closest competitor, however I do not suppose the studio has something to fret about. In our Useless Island 2 assessment (opens in new tab), we referred to as it “boring” and “repetitive” and left it with a rating of 55.