I've come across the adverb 'later' in the past tense to refer to something that takes place at a time following an earlier time
e.g. "He resigned two months later"
I wonder if we can also use it in the future tense. I know we can use it alone in a sentence like "I'll talk to you later", but what about its use with a time scale in a sentence like, "He will resign two months later"
I've generally heard native speakers say something like this: "He will resign in two months"
Can we use them both to refer to the same thing, or does the former not make sense at all?
Thank you in advance