. Only in the GOG version the intromovie is in English only. See more (and a workaround) here
. Told Techland and GOG several times about it and the last reply I got from Techland is the following:
"As Tech Support that you are writing to, we can only do as much as forward your report and feedback to the corresponding dev teams at our disposal.
Please note that our two studios in Wroclaw and Warsaw are currently fully occupied with working on and improving Dying Light 2 alongside one more AAA project. As a result, any kind of support or patch for the original Dying Light (2015) requires extra human resources and time, which might not always be available.
Having said that, we assure you our teams have received enough input on the issue in order to fix it. We simply cannot provide you with a definite or even estimated date as to when the intro video on GOG will be adjusted to match the Steam version of the game."
Though it might sound as if they are actually planning to fix this I highly doubt it since it has been months when I told them about the first time. Add to this that today the game was updated - included new features - but the well known bug is not fixed. Unacceptable to add new features without fixing bugs - then again, it is only GOG so why should they care?
Edit: Just got another reply ... and yes, this will probably never fixed but I know for sure that I won't buy Dying Light 2:
"The latest update is not a GOG-specific update; it is live on all of the platforms (Steam and GOG included) and affects the same kind of content.
The issue presented in your conversation with us here does not have an estimated date of addressing at the moment
. Here at Tech Support, we agree - it is simple to fix.
That does not mean it will be quick, though, as our two studios have to work on a strict agenda and only touch upon the topics assigned to them at a given point in time.
As mentioned before, the priorities now mainly concern Dying Light 2 and one other AAA game project
(to be announced at a later date). "