Dying Light 2's first story DLC is delayed again

Dying Light 2’s first story DLC is delayed again

Techland delays the release of Dying Light 2: Bloody Ties, the first DLC in history, for another month: it will now be released in November.

The first major expansion of Dying Light 2: Stay Humanthe zombie game that came out in early 2022, has been delayed by a month. Bloody Tiesthe name of this paid DLC, the first expansion in history, will be released on November 10.

Techlando has confirmed it through Twitteralso announcing that this Friday there will be an AMA (Ask me Anything) with the developers via Discordat 18:00 CEST (Spanish peninsular time).

Dying Light 2 Stay Human – Bloody Ties was originally scheduled for June. then delayed to October 13and is finally confirmed for on November 10.


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Much more than a gladiator minigame

When it was announced that Dying Light 2’s first story DLC would be centered around a gladiatorial arena, many raised an eyebrow, considering that this was going to be a simple add-on, like a combat minigame without much substance.

But the game designer Tymon Smektala commented on Twitter that the Bloody Ties DLC would be much bigger. will offer a new story over 6 hourswith many secondary missions, many combats, secrets…

One of the criticisms that he silenced is that the DLC was going to be focused only on fighting against humans in the arena. He said that combat against people will only make up 30% of the DLC. In addition, we will have new weapons.

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Although it will not take us to a new map, like the gigantic DLC of the first Dying Light, The Following, we will visit a new place, The Butcher’s Hallwhich will be full of secrets.

Until now, Techland has also released small drops of additional content with new weapons or characters. The plan is to provide post-launch support for five years after launch (February 2022).

Which is not hyperbolic, since the original game, Dying Light, received updates from its release in 2015 until almost the release of its sequel, seven years later. A Switch port of Dying Light 2 is also planned, although unlike the first, it would be through the cloud.





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