Dying Light 2 Will Get New Stories and Free DLCs for Five Years

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Dying Light 2: Stay Human will be getting post-launch content for at least five years after it is released next month and now developer Techland has explained what players can expect to see up until June. The upcoming Dying Light 2 content includes premium story expansions, free DLC, and other activities like challenges and events.

Dying Light 2 Upcoming Content

Dying Light 2 will be released on February 4. Later on that month, players will get free Factions-inspired DLCs that look like they’re cosmetic outfits and extra weapons. The first set of challenges will be released in March while a second set will be released in May. In between the two sets of challenges is a series of Mutated Infected events that will begin in April. Finally, the first premium story DLC will be released towards the end of May. There are no more details on any of this extra content so far.

Dying Light 2 DLC

Over the following five years, Techland will release a second premium story expansion. Other free and paid DLCs will be added throughout the post-launch period. They will also add new weapons, enemies, stories and events for everyone to enjoy, while new locations had been promised previously. Of course, players can expect updates and improvements too. One of those updates will be the ability to play across different console generations as this is a feature that the team is “working to make it possible after the launch“.

In other news, Grand Theft Auto Vice City: The Definitive Edition is rumored to be one of the new games to be added to PlayStation Now at the start of February. Elsewhere, EA has announced they have three Star Wars games in development, including the next game in the Star Wars Jedi franchise.

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