It appears that Techland’s survival horror game Dying Light will be receiving continued support for the next year.
Techland announced today that the company will be creating ten free DLC packs over the next twelve months for Dying Light. This is, according to Techland, their way of thanking Dying Light players who continue to support the game after its release three years ago. This new content will add all-new locations to the game along with story-driven quests. The DLC will also add new gameplay mechanics, outfits and weapons to help players take on never-seen-before enemies.
Simultaneously, Techland will be working to improve on the gameplay of Dying Light with balance tweaks and more frequent community events. Techland is also preparing to launch a dedicated community platform which will allow fans to influence which kinds of new content gets made for Dying Light. More details about the platform will be announced soon.
In the coming weeks, Dying Light will receive a new content update, labelled “Content Drop #0”. This free DLC is meant to be just a taste of what is to come later in the year and will focus on bringing some new enemies to Dying Light.
Published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Techland’s Dying Light is an open world first-person survival horror game which released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2015. Players assume the role of Kyle Crane, an undercover agent is sent to infiltrate a quarantine zone in the fictional city of Harran. Dying Light features weapon-based combat and a parkour system along with a unique day-night cycle where enemies become far more aggressive and power after the sun goes down. Dying Light previously received two DLC packs along with numerous content updates. An expansion was also created, titled Dying Light: The Following, which introduced a new story campaign along with new weapons and gameplay mechanics.
Dying Light’s upcoming free DLC will be made available across all platforms.