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Dead Island 2 Leaked Video Confirms Release Date

While waiting to attend the Microsoft event dedicated to E3 2021 this year, a new leaked video of Dead Island 2 has been discovered on the net in the last few hours.

Dead Island 2 E3 2021 Video Leaked?

Dead Island 2, after years of silence, therefore returns to show itself with this new video also following the recent confirmations of Deep Silver on the good health of the project.

The video in question, as you can see, appears as “not listed” on the Youtube profile of E3 2021 and, for this reason, it is only accessible via the direct link. This means that this trailer has not yet been officially released and, in all likelihood, will be shown during the upcoming Microsoft event. You can find the video in question at the bottom of this article.

The aforementioned trailer does not show gameplay sequences but only static images that show the general status of the work. Other interesting information that we can draw from the video is the development team behind the work, that is Yager, the release period, a generic 2021, and the platforms on which the title will be available, that is PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

As for the development team, the project was in the hands of Yager Development (2012-2016), Sumo Digital (2016-2019), and recently at Dambuster Studios. According to the trailer, however, the development of the title will be credited exclusively to the Yager team. The reason for this choice, currently, has not yet been communicated as the trailer has not yet been officially published.

The news that the title would be released only on new generation consoles is already known thanks to a job announcement from Dambuster Studios. As soon as the publisher Deep Silver releases new information dedicated to the title during the official reveal, we will update you promptly.

Pending the release of the title, we remind you that the Dead Island Definitive Collection is available from May 31st, containing the definitive editions of the two games and Dead Island Retro Revenge for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.