The sequel plans to have at least the amount of support the original had.
Dying Light 2 is coming out next year (though it’ll be cross-gen most likely), and it’s a game dripping with ambition. Not only does it feature a large world with a multitude of choices that lead to branching paths, it also has large parts of the game that you can miss depending on the paths you take. It also won’t be a one and done either, as developer Techland plans to support it for years to come.
Speaking to Prankster 101, Lead Game Designer Tymon Smektala said the plans for the game’s post-launch support will at least be like the first game, that is still getting updates even to this day. Dying Light 2 aims to match at least that with its DLC schedule to keep fans coming back for more.
“Yes, of course. Dying Light 1 was supported for 4 years after its release, and the plan for Dying Light 2 is exactly the same. We want this game to be supported after its release. We know that a lot of fans will be waiting for DLCs, updates, extra stuff they can get their hands on. And we promise to deliver them just that.”
Dying Light 2 releases early 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. For an in-depth gameplay demo, take a look through here.