Dying Light 2 will be supported for at least five years

Dying Light 2 will be supported for at least five years: Today developer Techland has revealed that Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be receiving post-launch content for a minimum of five years following the game’s launch.

The type of content that we can expect in the years ahead includes new stories, places, events, in-game locations, and more.

There’s no information beyond that currently, and we don’t know when we can expect to receive the initial content post-launch.

Based on Techland’s announcement, the site has plenty to do before it launches in February. With more than 500 hours needed to complete 100.

Initially, this announcement confused, with many doubting whether the character comprised the main story and not the side quests, collectibles, or other games.

Dying Light 2 will be supported for at least five years

Techland has since clarified the matter. But, unfortunately, the Dying Light sequel’s plot will take 20 to 20 hours to complete.

And those who meet it could be spending several weeks playing the game filled with zombies.

It appears gamers will be able to spend a significant amount of hours on Dying Light 2. At launch and over five years, if not more.

The action RPG will release on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on February 4.

The game will take place 20 years following the first game.

It will feature players attempting to survive an apocalyptic environment by traversing through a city by using parkour to escape the constant wrath of zombies.


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