Dying Light 2 will soon welcome a new game mode: NG+. The opportunity to rediscover the game in a slightly more stable version with fewer bugs.
Seven years after the release of the first installment, Dying Light 2 marked the return of the franchise. At the beginning of February, Techland released its long-awaited second opus on PC and new generation consoles. A cold shower for some because of bugs that ruin the gaming experience. The Polish studio has not said its last word and the developers are working behind the scenes to improve it, especially with NG+.
NG+ is coming to Dying Light 2
A long-awaited feature is coming to Dying Light 2. Since the game launched in February, Techland has been hard at work on multiple updates to fix the game’s many flaws upon release. If several patches have been deployed to improve the stability and experience of the game, the studio is concocting the biggest update nowadays.
The Polish company announced the news on its Twitter account. She promises that Patch 3 of Dying Light 2: Stay Human “ will give you even more reason to revisit the lands of Villedor “. And for good reason, apart from the usual fixes for single and multi modes, the update will mark the arrival of NG+. Players will therefore be able to restart the adventure while keeping the experience, skills, and weapons acquired during their first game. And who knows? It will probably be with fewer bugs this time around.
A big update for April
No precise deployment date, but patch 3 has been confirmed for the month of April on all platforms. However, the studio did not reveal more details about its content. You will have to wait for patch notes once the update arrives. We also know that Techland is also working on other features requested by the community.
In addition to NG+, the studio has confirmed that it is working, among other things, on a Photo mode and new difficulty levels for Dying Light 2. A first DLC will also extend the adventure to an undetermined date. An extension that could be ” surprising According to the developers and which could deviate from the main plot of the basic game. The lead designer’s recent statements indeed suggested that this additional content would not follow the events of the game and would take place in parallel with the story of Dying Light 2. Again, we will have to be patient before knowing more.