Dying Light Getting Brand New Content; More Community Events Coming Soon

The first piece of DLC, titled Content Drop #0, will be coming in the next few weeks.

on June 15, 2017 3:29 PM

Today developer Techland and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that their game Dying Light will be receiving a years worth of brand new content.

Techland says the players will be receiving ten pieces of content over the span of the next twelve months. What that DLC will be will vary from drop to drop, however the developer confirmed that it will include new locations, story driven quests, gameplay mechanics, weapons, enemies, and more.

Before this new content will start, the developer says that they will be releasing Content Drop #0, which will include some brand new enemies to fight against. Techland says Content Drop #0 is meant to be just a small sampling of things to come.

The best part of all this is that every piece of future DLC, including Content Drop #0, will be available at absolutely no charge.

As of the time of this writing, none of the content has an exact release date, however Content Drop #0 will be available sometime in the next few weeks, while the rest of the content will launch sometime later this year, and will be available on all platforms.

In addition to the announcement of the DLC, Techland says that it will strive to put the community first. This means more frequent community events, as well as a whole new dedicated community platform, in which players will be able to share opinions and concerns about the game’s current state. Players will also be able to use this platform to provide suggestions about what they would like to see as future content. The developer says that more information on this, including how it will work, is coming soon.

Back in December, Techland held a Zombiefest community event.

Dying Light was originally released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, and Linux on January 27th, 2015.

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Tanner Pierce is a Staff Writer at Dualshockers.com. When he isn't writing, he attends classes at Palm Beach State College and will be majoring in Journalism at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania in the Fall.