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Dead Island 2 Pre-Load Date & Download Size Revealed

The pre-load date and download size for Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios’ action role-playing game, Dead Island 2, have been revealed.

PlayStationSize on Twitter has revealed the pre-load date and download size for Dead Island 2, courtesy of recent database entries made to PlayStation servers.

Dead island 2 pre-load date size

Dead Island 2 Download Size

The download size and update version for Dead Island 2 on both PS4 and PS5 can be seen below.

  • PS4: 19.916 GB (version 1.02)
  • PS5: 48.219 GB (version 1.000.002)

Dead Island 2 Pre-load Date

The pre-load date for Dead Island 2 on both PS4 and PS5 can be seen below.

  • April 19, 2023

Details regarding the review embargo for Dead Island 2 have also been revealed. According to game journalists who have received early review copies of Dead Island 2, the game’s review embargo is set to be lifted on Tuesday, April 18th at 7 AM PT, a day ahead of its release on April 21, 2023. Fans can, therefore, look forward to hearing what critics have to say about the first-person action RPG before grabbing their copies, hitting the gore-drenched streets of Los Angeles and taking on a zombie infection.

Dead Island 2 is an upcoming action role-playing game developed by Dambuster Studios and published by Deep Silver. It is the third major entry in the Dead Island series and a follow-up to the video game Dead Island from 2011. Dead Island 2 distinguishes itself from its predecessors by taking place in the city of Los Angeles, which has been quarantined due to the zombie outbreak, and is set about 10 years after the events of Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide. The game is scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, and PC on April 21, 2023.

The game was first announced in 2014 and has had a challenging development cycle due to the development studio getting changed multiple times. Dead Island 2 was initially contracted to be developed by Yager in 2012. However, Sumo Digital took over the project in 2016. In 2019, development was handed over to Dambuster, an internal studio of Deep Silver.

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