Announcing the postponement of the first story DLC for Dying Light 2

Announcing the postponement of the first story DLC for Dying Light 2

After a good success in the first month of its release, the Techland team announced that it will postpone the release of the first story content for Dying Light 2 until it is better worked on.

Dying Light 2 sold nearly 5 million copies worldwide in the month of its launch and achieved great success in terms of audience or reviews. Its developer team Techland has promised players a post-launch game support plan that extends for nearly 5 years with various additional content, between free and paid stories.

Last month, a free update to the game was launched that introduces the New Game Plus mode, a new mission and new enemies, and the first paid story content for the game was scheduled to be released in June, but it was replaced by the launch of Photo Mode and the content was postponed until September of this year until work is completed it better.

The team announced through the game’s account on Twitter about the new support plan that you see above, and wrote in his statement to his fans of the players:

Dear Fighters, Your feedback is always our top priority, and we want to be honest and transparent with you. We will still need more time to develop the first story for the upcoming DLC. It is now scheduled to be launched in September.

The game is currently available on all current and previous home platforms in addition to the PC, what do you think of the team’s efforts to provide more content for the game..?

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