We know that Dying Light 2 will offer a substantial lifespan, but what about long-term follow-up? Techland developers answer the question. Explanations.
It would take 500 hours to finish Dying Light 2 from start to finish, even if Techland very quickly wanted to go back on its words and soften the angles a little. Offering a lot of content is good, but having a long-term follow-up is even better. And in this area we can say that the first episode had managed to do very well, thanks to frequent updates for several years.
The ransom of success?
The objective seems to be the same for this second episode as announced by the official Twitter account of the game:
Want to know what will happen AFTER the release? We guarantee to expand the world of Dying Light 2 Stay Human for at least 5 years after launch, with new stories, locations, in-game events, and more.
And all the fun things you love!
Massive content for Dying Light 2
That is what is said. Five years of content does indeed seem like a stronger than average follow-up. The first title, which dates from 2015, was until recently still entitled to some new updates, that is to say. It remains to be seen at what interval this monitoring will take place, because an annual maintenance is obviously not the same thing for the player (and the studio) as content delivered every month. We remember, for example, the Hellraid DLC, which was first presented as a game in its own right a few years ago, before finally taking the form of “big content”.
Dying Light 2 is still scheduled for February 4, 2022 on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series.