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Dying Light 2 Roadmap Promises 5+ Years of Post-Launch Content

January 25, 2022

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 
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Developer
Techland
Publisher
Techland
Release Date
February 04,2022 (Calendar)
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The Dying Light 2 roadmap has been revealed, and it certainly impresses -- Techland is promising gamers more than 5 years of post-launch content, featuring a mix of paid DLC and free updates to its upcoming survival game.

We're a little more than a week away from the launch of Dying Light 2 (except for the Nintendo Switch, that is). We've recently learned that this upcoming game from Techland will feature 4-player co-op and that it will get free upgrades for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions. These reveals were just scratching the surface, it seems -- Techland has revealed the game's roadmap.

 

Dying Light 2 roadmap post-launch 5 years Roadmap

New Stories, New Events, and More Coming for Dying Light 2

The Dying Light 2 roadmap is jam-packed with content including new DLC, new game modes, new weapons, and more. Techland 

 
 

"It all starts on release, but it's just the beginning!" read a tweet from the game's official account. "We're planning to keep enhancing the game with DLCs, challenges, stories, events, and more for at least 5 years, and that's a minimum! You sure won't be bored!"

Here are the major points of the Dying Light 2 Roadmap:

 
 

The Dying Light 2 Roadmap, Explained

Launch (February 2022)

  • Factions-Inspired free DLCs

March 2022

  • Set of Challenges 1

April 2022

  • Series of Events-Mutated Infected

May 2022

  • Set of Challenges 2

June 2022

  • 1st Paid Story DLC

July 2022 and Beyond

  • 2nd Paid Story DLC
  • New Weapons
  • New Enemies
  • New Stories
  • New Events
  • New Free & Paid DLCs
  • ...and much more

Techland has certainly laid out ambitious plans, but this is far from an empty promise -- it's already demonstrated its commitment to updating its games with the predecessor Dying Light which received yet another free content patch late last year and has a free next-gen upgrade patch in development.

Dying Light 2 looks like it's going to give you a lot to do over the years and there's a little more than a week to go until launch! You can pre-purchase Dying Light 2: Stay Human for PC and consoles starting at $59.99 or your regional equivalent.

What do you think of the Dying Light 2 roadmap? Do you think more developers should commit to longer life cycles for their games? Let us know in the comments below!