Techland, the Poland-based game development studio, has recently announced a series of updates and new features for their game Dying Light 2. The announcement has generated excitement among fans, who have been eager to know what comes next for the action-packed, open-world survival horror game.
According to Techland, the upcoming months will bring a plethora of new content to Dying Light 2. While specifics are still under wraps, the studio has teased that players can expect new missions and an additional difficulty level. All of this content will be part of regular game updates and will be available to all Dying Light 2: Stay Human (DL2SH) owners.
In an interesting twist, Techland also revealed that Dying Light 2 will soon feature crossover events with other popular franchises. A crossover with “Vampire: The Masquerade” and Ubisoft’s “For Honor” is in the works, although further details remain undisclosed. Such collaborations are likely to add unique elements to the game, blending the survival horror atmosphere with other beloved universes.
Pilgrims, time to update you on our plans for the upcoming months!
Here's a sneak peek at some of the free content coming this fall and winter. Everything shown will be part of regular game updates, available to all DL2SH owners. Oh, did we mention firearms? Stay tuned for more… pic.twitter.com/hckM8hVmmZ
— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) September 21, 2023
Among the hints dropped by Techland is the mention of firearms being added to the game. While Dying Light 2 initially focused on melee combat and parkour, the introduction of firearms could offer players new strategies and dynamics in gameplay.
While no official confirmation has been given, Techland has expressed interest in developing a sequel to Dying Light 2. The studio recently conducted a Twitter poll asking fans what kind of hero they’d like to see in a possible Dying Light 3. Choices included a survivor, a Nightrunner, a Pilgrim, or a GRE Agent turned good. The last option emerged as the most popular among fans, suggesting that the