Dying Light 2 DLC and Post-Launch Content Promised for Five Years

PS4 & PS5

Techland has “guaranteed” Dying Light 2 DLC and post-launch content for “at least” five years. The developer took to Twitter to promise fans ongoing support less than a week after it announced that it’ll take roughly 500 hours to fully complete the game.

What will Dying Light 2 DLC and post-launch content include?

According to Techland, we will get new stories, locations, in-game events, and “all the fun stuff you love.”

We know at least one other feature coming after launch: cross-gen play. Techland recently revealed that Dying Light 2‘s campaign, which can be completed in co-op mode with up to four players, will not support cross-gen play at launch. The developer gave an ambiguous answer when quizzed about cross-platform play.

Opinion: Dying Light 2 DLC and post-launch content must be meaningful

Zarmena writes… Techland is no stranger to making big claims. The it-takes-500-hours-to-see-everything studio must be confident that Dying Light 2 will have a robust player base to pledge five years of support, and that’s a good thing. However, the quality of content matters and it remains to be seen what kind of support the game will get.

In other news, it was Sony’s first-party devs who pushed to release PlayStation games on PC, and Final Fantasy XIV will go back on sale this month.

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