Dying Light 2 will get ‘at least’ 5 years of post-launch content

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Dying Light 2’s February release date is fast approaching so developer Techland has confirmed some of its post-launch plans.

In a tweet posted by the official Dying Light 2 account, Techland said, “We guarantee to expand the world of Dying Light 2: to be human for at least 5 years after launch.” Post-launch content will include “new stories, locations, in-game events, and all the fun stuff you love!”

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Techland didn’t delve into any further details regarding post-launch plans — there’s still plenty of time for that since the game hasn’t been released yet — but this long-life approach isn’t new to the developer. The original Dying Light has received support years after launch and, back in October 2021, the developer also as outlined Work on the “next-gen patch”.

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After some rocky development and a few delays, Dying Light 2 is finally set to release on February 4th for last- and current-gen consoles as well as PC. We got to try the game for ourselves in a practical session at the end of last year and had a great time with it.

Analysis: Let the fun continue

This post-launch content announcement comes hot after Techland announced—then clarification—how long it will take players to complete Dying Light 2.

Techland initially posted on Twitter that the game would take “at least 500 hours” to complete, prompting a somewhat upbeat response from fans. The developer then clarified that, in fact, the game’s main story would take around 20 hours to complete, while tackling the story and exploring all sides would take around 80 hours. These are players who want to complete everyone The aspect of the game that would be able to plug in it for about 500 hours.

This, Techland explained, is because Dying Light 2 is designed for “players with different gameplay styles and preferences to explore the world how they see fit.”

With this announcement of post-launch content, though, it looks like whether you’re a 20 Hours player or a 500 Hours player, as the years go by, you’ll be given a good reason to turn your attention back to Dying Light . 2 at some point.

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