Dying Light 2 desperately needed story DLCs since day one. So much that developers Techland had promised one as early as three months from its release, in June. The pandemic-ridden AAA title from February had seen multiple delays in the initial launch. Additionally, it seems the promised story DLC will be meeting with the same fate. The studio had a bunch of information to share on this latest development, including fan-requested features they had added to their piece of creation.
What is Dying Light 2’s Upcoming Content?
The first chapter to be introduced into the second entry in Techland’s Dying Light 2 will be called “In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner.” It will bring a bunch of new content to the game, along with some events. With this DLC, Techland will also be introducing a much-requested photo mode to the game. Other requested features that will be implemented include the New Game+ mode, a FOV (field of view) slider on the PlayStation and Xbox, and improvements to the game’s co-op system.
Techland published all this information in a tweet from the official Twitter handle of the Dying Light series. The New Game+ feature, along with a bunch of new mutations and some booster events are supposed to be integrated around April to May. The photo mode and some community events along with the story expansion “In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner” are supposed to come in the July-August 2022 timeframe.
The main story DLC, on which Techland is reportedly working, will not be out until September to November, according to Techland’s new roadmap. The developers have not published any details about this DLC to date. Thus, what we will find in it remains a big question. Apart from this, the company seems to stick to its initial promise of supporting the game with 5 years of content with the new roadmap. It will be exciting to see how Techland handles this almost challenge of a customer promise.