Dying Light 2 Gets Support for at Least Five Years with Post-Launch Road Map Revealed

And it starts with its first story DLC and some freebies!

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Techland just confirmed that their upcoming game, Dying Light 2, will be getting support for at least five years more after launch. Also, they shared other information too like the road map and more.

The first good news Techland has shared with us is the support they are willing to give to their upcoming game Dying Light 2. Players who will fall in love with this game will not be left out after a year or two because it will be at least five years of support from the game developers. Pretty much like the original game, Dying Light, which is still getting more content until now.

As proof of their future support for the sequel, Techland left a post-launch road map for us to read. It features free DLCs that are inspired by factions, new events that will be added starting in April 2022, new challenges to overcome, and the very first story DLC somewhere in June 2022. That will be at least five years of content support from them and it could become more if the sales are strong.

Aside from that, Techland shared a new Audio Story by the voice of Kazuma Kiryu from Yakuza! It is voiced by none other than Takaya Kuroda, the man behind the legendary Dragon of the Yakuza series.

Furthermore, there is a new Dying 2 Know More episode on the game’s official YouTube channel. It tackles on the artistic inspiration and details about Techland’s artists’ daily work.

Lastly, Techland will be releasing a time zone map that will show the times the game will launch all over the world. Be sure to check it out tomorrow so you can know when Dying Light 2 will be available for purchase.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human launches on February 4, 2022. It will be available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Press Release

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