Techland announced that the first story DLC planned for Dying Light 2 will no longer be launching this June.
Techland’s Dying Light 2 had an impressive debut, selling over 5 million copies in February alone. Part of the driving force behind this success is undoubtedly Techland’s dedication to consistently supporting the first Dying Light game with lots of post-launch content. While Techland still has significant plans for Dying Light 2 DLC, the company has now confirmed that a major portion of the title’s DLC is being delayed. Dying Light 2’s first story DLC, which was previously scheduled for release in June, has now been pushed back to late 2022.
In an announcement shared on Twitter, Techland confirmed to Dying Light 2 gamers that the game’s planned June release of the story DLC is being delayed. Techland says that the studio’s priority is to be “honest and transparent” with players, and with that in mind, Techland says it was unable to deliver the DLC on schedule. “We still need a little more time” is how Techland describes the need for the delay.
This delay isn’t terribly bad, but it’s also no small matter. Dying Light 2 gamers who are currently looking forward to the game’s first story DLC will now have to wait until September instead of June, three months later than expected. Techland has also apologized for the delay and asked Dying Light players to enjoy other updates coming out between now and September to make the wait less annoying.
Dying Light 2’s story DLC may have been delayed, but the studio still plans to offer a lot of new content from June to August. Techland will first begin offering “Chapters” of content, which are similar. similar to “Season” of other online games. The first chapter of Dying Light titled “In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner” will include new features such as a photo mode, new community events, additional quests, enemies, rewards, and more. Expanded Agent and Ranking system.
While Dying Light 2’s story DLC delay is disappointing, it’s clear that Techland is still keeping their promise to strongly support the game after launch. Given that the game has been given content including a New Game+ mode, as well as surge and mutant events, Chapter 1 of the game will simply continue to deliver such new content.
The future is also very bright for Dying Light 2 even if its first story DLC is delayed. Chapter 2 will be released with the first story DLC between September and November. After that, the game will have more story DLC and other free and premium DLC, and Techland will continue. continues to put out ideas to support Dying Light 2 for 5 years after launch for gamers to enjoy.
See also: Ubisoft confirms three major games planned for late March 2023 release