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Dying Light 2 delays the release of its first DLC until September

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One of the most successful games so far this year, Dying Light 2: Stay Human, arrived last February and offered an experience full of content. However, its managers, the Polish studio Techland, are working on many new features for the coming years. Some news for which we still have to wait a bit. And now we know that Dying Light 2 delays the release of its first DLC until September. This has been made known by Techland itself through its official Twitter account, where they have accompanied the information with an image that sheds light on the post-launch content roadmap.

“Dear Pilgrims, your feedback is always the highest priority for us, and we want to be honest and transparent with you. we will still need a bit more time to develop the first story DLC. Now we plan to launch it in September”, the developers of Dying Light 2 have announced. However, we will not have to wait that long to see other important news. For example, between June and August we will receive an update that will incorporate the photo mode to the game, as well as different community events to provide greater depth of content to the title.

Dying Light 2 offers new details about its first story DLC

Also in this period, Techland will release more content under the title of In the Footsteps of a Nightrunner, which will offer more missions and objectives. The Polish company has taken the opportunity to remember that they plan to offer content for Dying Light 2 during five years, as they did with the first installment of the saga. More expansions and updates will be arriving in the coming years. Meanwhile, the DLC that will now be released in September will take us to the outskirts of Villedor and will take place in parallel to the main story. We will also have to make decisions in it, as confirmed by Techland.

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