Dying Light 2 To Receive Four Years Worth of DLC Techland Confirms

Dying Light 2 To Receive Four Years Worth of DLC, Techland Confirms

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Richard Walker

Techland has announced it has extensive post-launch DLC plans for Dying Light 2, with four years of content planned for the game. Similarly, the developer supported the first Dying Light with years of DLC, including the large-scale 'The Following' expansion.

Ten DLC updates followed, with more in the pipeline, and Dying Light 2 is set to have a similar treatment. "Supporting a game like Dying Light for such a long time allows us to be slightly more crazy, and slightly more creative with some things, and also test some ideas and gameplay elements that we're not sure about," said Lead Designer Tymon Smektala in an interview with Prankster101.

"Dying Light 1 was supported for 4 years after its release, and the plan for Dying Light 2 is exactly the same," Smektala added. "We want this game to be supported after its release. We know that a lot of fans will be waiting for DLCs, updates, extra stuff they can get their hands on. And we promise to deliver them just that."

Whether that support will include expansions like The Following or more bitesize DLC is yet to be determined, but expect Dying Light 2 to have a significant post-launch lifespan. Dying Light 2 is heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2020.

[PCGamesN via VideoGamer]

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  • As long as they make huge expansions like the following im all in.
  • Guess I'll play it in 4 years then.
  • The main thing I DO NOT like, is they have gone with Square Enix. as their publisher, a move they may regret. SE likes to get their noses in their game, while WB allow the Devs make their game. We may see changes we do not like, due to SE wanting "This" and "That" in the game.
  • ....please don't be live service. I hear years of content I automatically think live service as its tradition with the announcement of years of support.
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