Dying Light 2’s road map reveals first post-launch plans, including story-based DLC and challenges

Plenty to look forward to in Techland’s upcoming action RPG it seems.

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Techland has unveiled its first road map for Dying Light 2, which covers updates for the coming months. This follows the announcement that the game will receive post-launch content for at least five years a few weeks back. For now, it details what we can expect to arrive in the game between release and June.

First up, sometime in February, we can expect the Factions-inspired DLC to arrive and then the first Set of Challenges in March, both of which will be free. In April, Techland will introduce a series of events called Mutated Infected before the second Set of Challenges gets added in May. Finally, Dying Light 2’s first story-based DLC will arrive in June and is the first piece of paid content.

But this is only the first few months of post-launch content. As mentioned, Techland has committed to supporting Dying Light 2 with additional content for a minimum of five years. In the years to come, we can expect more weapons, enemies, stories, events, and a second story-based DLC.

For anyone who enjoys games packed with content, Dying Light 2 is shaping up to be a promising prospect on that front. The campaign will take around 20 hours to beat, though completing everything, including side quests and gathering collectibles will take over 500 hours.