Dying Light 2: The First Of Three Free DlCs For The Game Arrives This Week On PC, Playstation And Xbox

Techland will be releasing various “cosmetic updates” throughout the week, with extra clothing and weapons.


This month of February is full of great games. First up is Dying Light 2, the first big title of the year, which was released on the 4th for PC and consoles. Techland’s game made a promising debut in the first few days, and although bug fix updates are being incorporated, the first downloadable content has started to arrive.

The studio has announced that the first free DLC will be available this week. The first pack, called Authority, is available to download now. This will be purely cosmetic content, split into two parts that will arrive gradually over the days. Next will be the content it will bring later this week and the descriptions Techland itself will give us:


Part One (now available):


Intimidating jacket: put on this jacket and fight for justice!

Intimidating Cargo Pants: Intimidating Cargo Pants: carry everything you need to enforce the law.

High Heels: Stand up for what’s right with these unique high heels.


Part 2 (available 16 February):


Intimidating gloves: They may not restore law and order in a snap, but they certainly make it easier.

Intimidating windbreakers: Take down rule-breakers with this windbreaker.

Intimidating skin protectors: use these skin protectors to help keep the peace.


Part 3 (available 18 February ):


The Two-Handed Hammer Authority – Better play by the rules if you have this in your arsenal.


The second pack is called Ronin and will land on various platforms next week. Note that Dying Light 2: Stay Human is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, as the Nintendo Switch version that can be played via cloud-based play has been delayed near launch and will have to wait a few more months for that.

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