Dying Light has been out for a while now and still going strong according to Techland. The developers recently announced that the survival zombie game continues to see about half a million players on a weekly basis. That’s certainly a very respectable number, but of course, there’s always room for even more gamers. To that end, Techland stated that it will continue to support Dying Light with additional DLC over the next several months in order to keep its fanbase happy. Players can expect no less than ten new pieces of DLC to be released in the next twelve months. Even better, the developer says that all the additional content will be available for the unbeatable price of free.
The ten pieces of DLC will come in all shapes and sizes, however, we probably shouldn’t hold our breath for any major expansions or anything like that. Still, Dying Light players can reportedly expect to see new enemies, locations, quests, weapons, and even some new gameplay mechanics. In addition, the developer is also committed to continue working on new updates and patches, the most recent of which actually came out just a few days ago. Finally, Techland announced that Dying Light will now have up to four community events per quarter. At the same time, the developers are also working on a new dedicated community platform that will allow players to have more influence on what kind of new content Techland creates.
We don’t have a full timeline for all the new DLC coming to Dying Light over the next twelve months, however, we do know that the first piece of additional content is set to launch sometime in the coming weeks. This initial DLC is entitled Content Drop #0 and will introduce a number of new enemies to the game.
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