Techland’s first-person survival horror action-adventure, Dying Light, will be receiving ten free DLC packs over the next 12 months.
The Polish developer announced the free downloadable content during an E3 event. The first expansion will be made “available soon” according to Techland, and some of the DLC will include extra story content.
Announced back in 2013, Dying Light was released for PC, Xbox One and PS4 in 2015. A story-based expansion, The Following, was released in 2016 and added a massive new area to the game.
To get close to the cult and unravel their secrets, players will need to earn the trust of the locals. Through various missions and tasks, players will be able to choose their own path for infiltrating the inner circles of the cultists. In order to succeed in this harsh countryside, players will also gain access to fully customizable and upgradable dirt buggies. With its own unique skill tree, players will be able to traverse the vast expanse of the Harran countryside in what is their deadliest weapon yet.
“Gamescom 2015 was our first chance to let people play Dying Light: The Following so I was a bit nervous – said producer Tymon Smektała back in August of 2015. "But so many positive reactions really showed me we made the right decision to work on this expansion. With its new map and far-reaching gameplay additions, it feels like we’ve hit the sweet spot for what players are expecting from us.”
Dying Light is available now for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. We will keep you updated as soon as we learn more about the game's free DLC packs.
News Source: PcGamesN