An old build of Dead Island 2 from back in 2015 has leaked online and looks basically how you would expect.
Microsoft's Playground Games hires the lead animator behind Dead Island 2 for its upcoming unannounced project.
Dead Island 2 is still alive and kicking.
The studio behind Homefront: The Revolution has now taken over development of Dead Island 2.
Believe it or not, Sumo Digital is supposedly still working on the long-awaited Dead Island 2.
Dead Island 2 may not be dead in the water, despite the information diet according to the series' official Twitter account.
Following its initial reveal at E3 2014, the sequel Dead Island 2 was met with great anticipation as the follow-up to the original title's action/light RPG elements, with new developments revealing that Sumo Digital will be picking
During late yesterday, many that were eagerly expecting the upcoming Dead Island 2 were thrown for a loop with the news that developer Yager was suddenly dropped from the project, and while the game has already seen
Deep Silver announced today with a sudden and rather brief message on Twitter that the publisher is parting ways with Dead Island 2's German deverloper Yager.
During last year's E3 2014, one of the more surprising announcements during Sony's press conference came in the form of Dead Island 2, a sequel to the popular zombie-action series that was previously expected to release in
After a first trailer that brought humor, energy, and plenty of zombies in its debut at E3 2014, fans of the zombie-killing franchise can officially get their first taste at what to expect from the gameplay of
While the Dead Island 2 trailer was an impressive part of E3, so far no actual gameplay has been unveiled. This won't be true for very much longer, with the first gameplay videos to be showed off
When it was announced during Sony’s press conference at E3 2014, Dead Island 2 was introduced to the world with a kickin’ trailer that was cool, confident, and most of all, hilariously funny. Showing the zombie apocalypse
UPDATED: Fixed an error. Yager is the developer, not Techland.
The next installment in the Dead Island franchise, developed by Yager, made its appearance in today's Sony conference. Dead Island 2 got a trailer showcasing a lovely