The developer of Dying Light 2, Techland, has revealed that the development of the first STORY DLC will take longer time. On Thursday, the developer stated that, outside all the feedback, the production of the first story DLC will take longer time. The developer also concluded that its release date has been changed to September, while the post-launch roadmap suggests it might be sometime between September and November 2022.
Techland revealed a large amount of information waiting to arrive for Dying Light 2 Stay Human in a recent image. Below is a post-launch road map showing each content and its approximate time of arrival.
Dear Pilgrims, your input is of paramount importance to us, and we want to be honest and honest with you. The first story will now be released in September. pic.twitter.com/5XNe1uIC9u
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The game, Dying Light 2, has now received a new Game+ mode, and its system is expected to receive additional mutations and booster events throughout this month. This is expected to result in a five-year support, which means it will have to provide more entertainment and content for its player base.