Dying Light's DLC plans outlined


Dying Light's DLC plans outlined

Techland, the developer of Dying Light, today announced its downloadable content plans for its zombie apocalypse title.

The first DLC, “Cuisine & Cargo,” is available today on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It is made up of two missions, in which players investigate buildings previously sealed off during the first days of the undead outbreak.

Two more DLC packs are planned by May. Techland will release the Ultimate Survivor Bundle in March. This features seven unique in-game items, including three outfits and four blueprints for even more powerful weapons.

Then, in May, Techland will unleash The Bozak Horde. This includes a new map playable in single player or co-op. As the name implies, players will attempt to see off waves of enemies inside the Harran Stadium.

All three DLC packs can be picked up via the game’s Season Pass. Some retailers are releasing the DLC with physical copies, but you should be aware that physical copies are delayed everywhere except North America until February 27th.

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