Yager has provide some explanation of what’s happened, after managing director Timo Ullmann spoke to GamesIndustry.biz.
‘Our team is made of the best creative minds and tech specialists, who all share a common identity. The team worked with enthusiasm to take Dead Island 2 to a new level of quality. However, Yager and Deep Silver’s respective visions of the project fell out of alignment, which led to the decision that has been made.’
Yager is current working on space combat simulator Dreadnought, and at least one other unannounced project.
It looks like Dead Island 2 has been delayed once again, as publisher Deep Silver drops developer Yager from the project.
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