Dying Light 2: Stay Human: Techland Will Stick To It

The Polish studio plans to do the same with the second part of Dying Light as it did with the first game.


Dying Light 2: Stay Human has been in the news lately, and for a good reason: Techland said that it would take no less than five hundred hours to 100% complete the zombie-parkour survival game. Of course, the Poles won’t provide us with further details, so we’ll probably have to sit down and find out what the truth is. We then got to see the PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions, plus Techland shared some thoughts on the co-operative (supports up to four players) gameplay.

But now Techland has taken to Twitter to share what’s happening after the premiere, or launch, of Dying Light 2: Stay Human. The studio guarantees that it will be expanding the game’s world with new stories, locations and in-game events, as well as the fun stuff we like, for at least five years. In other words, the game will receive continuous support until 2027, which aligns with what the first game received: it was released in 2015, and there were still updates in 2020, so Techland is sticking with its products…

On the game’s website, Techland has also announced that Dying Light 2: Stay Human will get at least two paid story DLCs, so don’t just expect free expansions. However, we don’t hear much from them about any subscriptions or battle passes, so they rely more on honest work. There aren’t many studios like that these days: another great example is Hello Games, who put the lousy start of No Man’s Sky behind them over time and expanded their space empire even during last year…

Dying Light 2: Stay Human launches on February 4 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can run it from the cloud on Nintendo Switch.

Source: PCGamer

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