Techland is committed to extending the life of Dying Light 2 by 5 years, including the release of story, event and location DLCs.
the launch of Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been made to pray, but on february 4 A new zombie apocalypse will begin in which, fortunately, we will be able to survive in the company of other players with its recently revealed cooperative mode.
The launch of the 20-hour campaign (and its multiple side missions and variable decision-making that promise 500 hours of gameplay)
We’ll be committing to 5 years of game support post launch which means:
-More Story DLCs
– More in-game items
— Sheri (@YesIAmSheri) January 14, 2022
Techland Community Manager Sheri has announced that they are committed to supporting the game for 5 years after release. that includes Story DLCs, events, new locations and more in-game items.
“Personally, this is one of the reasons I joined Techland. gamers come first“, writes the head of influencers of Techland.
The first Dying Light came out in January 2015, and has consistently received content. The main thing was independent expansion The Following, with a new story, the ability to control vehicles, and a map twice the size.
In addition, it received many content packs, including items inspired by Left 4 Dead, Chivalry or Rocket League.
Five years later, he left hell raid, a DLC with a medieval and fantasy theme, inspired by a game that Techland could never get off the ground. This DLC even received an expansion a year later, The Prisoner.
All DLC content was bundled together and released on Dying Light Platinum Edition, released in May 2021 on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and in October on Nintendo Switch, with a wonderful port.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human is out on February 4, 2022 on all platforms: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC, and even Nintendo Switch in a cloud version.