In the long-awaited arrival for another Dying Light game, developer Techland has officially deliver on its second game of the series. After a plentiful post-launch for the first game which shipped in 2015, the second is surely to receive the same support as well. Rewinding back to 2018 when the follow-up was revealed, players waited endlessly for the official arrival for Dying Light 2.
It was later in 2021 that the developer slated the game’s release for this past December. But evidently that did not happen with the game then being ushered to a new February release instead. In anticipation for the launch date, Techland went into some controversy slating how long it will be to fully complete the game. It later clarified a straight run through of the main story will span across 20 hours roughly.
Elsewhere around the same time, Techland also disclosed its intentions for the game following its release. In that, the post-launch for Dying Light 2 is to face more than five years of support for add-on content.
More exciting from the announcement is that the game is to expect the same treatment or well beyond what we already expected in the original game. At the very least, players can anticipate two expansions and a slew of crossover events and timed in-game experiences for players to continue returning to the game.
The most interesting on Dying Light 2 is the game can be played on Nintendo Switch. Previously the firm told there was no opportunity for the port, but that was before the latest cloud streaming initiative. Now players can experience the game across all major platforms. You can read the full report by heading here.
Are you interested to see how Dying Light 2 will evolve with new content?
Dying light 2 is out now for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.